Anxiety is not the enemy!

Anxiety is not the enemy!

Author:Nicci AlderHumanistic Counsellor It’s not hard to see why anxiety has reached epidemic levels: we only need to look at local, national and international news to recognise our political, financial and cultural landscapes are changing in drastic, often...
What is the best cream for my feet?

What is the best cream for my feet?

 By Louise RehillWest Berkshire Foot Clinic I am frequently telling people to use cream on their feet, but which foot cream is best and how do we make it work best for our feet? Why do I need to cream my feet? There are many reasons to why we should all cream our...
Attachment Focused Therapy

Attachment Focused Therapy

ATTACHMENT-FOCUSED THERAPY By Rosie Waters ATTACHMENT Attachment is the way we form emotional bonds with those close to us. Weare born evolutionally primed to attach to our caregivers to ensure survival. Ifall goes well in childhood and adolescence, we are made to...
Injury Rehab Planning

Injury Rehab Planning

Author: Greg PullumTrue Fit Physiotherapy Whether returning from sporting injury, or continuing with normal daily life and hobbies, a well-constructed rehabilitation programme will boost your chances of long-term success and minimise risk of re-injury. Set a Goal and...
No Pain, No Gain?

No Pain, No Gain?

Author:Monika BaureggarHolistic Massage Therapist You might be familiar with this idiom, which, according to the Merriam Webster Dictionary expresses that: ‘It is necessary to suffer or work hard in order to succeed or make progress’. Is this what it’s really about?...
The Soul – Who are we really?

The Soul – Who are we really?

Author:AnneMarie SmellieDetective of the Mind Are we independant of our bodies and progressing somewhere when our bodies have finished with their use? This is a question that many people have posed over their lifetimes – but what is the truth? According to...
The Six Pillars of Grieving

The Six Pillars of Grieving

Author:Vanessa DentBluelavender Counselling Losing a loved one whether sudden or at the end of a prolonged illness is a painful experience.  Facing this pain is counter intuitive – off course you would roll onto the side with no wound.  It’s not however the...