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More About Talking Therapy

Our complete range of fabulous massage therapies.

Talking Therapies Explained

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CBT

  Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can be as effective as medication in treating some mental health problems, it can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. Therapy incorporates many strategies for coping, using positive replacements, diaries and looking at your nutrition and exercise. Works very well for depression, anxiety, addictions, panic disorders, PTSD, trauma and eating disorders.

 
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Life Coaching

Life coaching is a synergistic relationship between an accredited life coach and a client designed to tap into your full potential. Just as Olympic athletes wouldn’t think of training without the added insight, objective perspective and enthusiastic support of an athletic coach. This therapy will show you how to be more successful in your life and your work.

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Counselling

Counselling  is any sort of talking therapy. Talking therapy is sharing what is troubling you in a safe, supportive environment to a person who is trained to listen and respond in a way that helps you to understand yourself and others better and help you live a satisfying life. Counselling is short term, which can be anywhere from 12 to 24 weeks or more.

 
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Mindfulness Therapy

Practicing mindfulness means being aware of your consciousness, and the direction in which your thoughts are moving. When we show you the process, you will have full control in guiding them on a trajectory that best serves you.

Picture yourself (as many of us are), overwhelmed, under pressure, and as a result, overly reactive to what’s going on around us. When this mindset is left to build and fester without a pause for meditation, every day life becomes swept under in a foaming wave of anxiety, depression, tension and exhaustion.

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Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy looks at your behavioural patterns that are causing you distress in your daily life. But psychotherapy also works to help you have a deep understanding of your emotions by looking at your past. It questions how the life you experienced as a child and young adult affected you in ways that might still be causing you issues now. Psychotherapy tends to be long-term, which can mean anything from six months to several years

 
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Complementary Therapies

We also use some or all of these complementary therapies, whatever it takes to give you the most rounded and complete therapy especially for you.

Nutrition and Exercise · Meditation and Relaxation · Aromatherapy and Hot stones massage · Reflexology · Goal setting · New positive behaviours and thinking · Sleep management · Diary keeping