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What is Journey Therapy?

The Journey is a therapy designed to deal with the elimination of painful emotions hidden within the body. Only then, can a sense of well-being at the core of human life be restored or reclaimed.

6 Tips On Coping With Setbacks to Achieving Your Goal

A Guide to Coping with Setbacks to Achieving Your Goal  1) Accepting SetbacksLife is often a very bumpy ride full of ups and downs along the way.

How to Cope With Stress and Anxiety

Among the hardest parts of living in the modern world is stress and anxiety.  With worries about work, the environment, the economy, natural disasters, terrorism, and the general state of the world, it seems that there is no end to the number of things to worry about.

Over Coming Anxiety Naturally In Time for Valentine's Day

It is Valentine's Day and you feel relaxed and loving. As you move closer to your partner and touch her with love and desire, she stiffens up and moves away from you.

Stress, Anxiety and Depression - What is the difference?

Looking after your feelings and emotions is as important as taking care of your body. Most of us take care of our physical health far better than our feelings.

Conquer Your Stress

Have you got stress? Maybe you have and maybe you haven't, but I think that at some time in your life you have suffered from stress. And I predict that you will again in the future.

Low Self Esteem- I think I have it but what can I do?

Low or poor self esteem is a term given to the state of being which can actually be pretty hard to describe, let alone understand. As in the case of ‘depression' the phrase ‘low self esteem' is used to describe the underlying cause of a range of observable behaviours.

Stress and our health

(Article drawn thanks to the public talk held in London by John Veltheim, founder of the BodyTalk System in May 2008) Every one of us has resigned ourselves to stress as our ‘inevitable, unwelcome companion’.

Overcoming Acute Anxiety & Depression with Bioenergy Healing

When Brenda* walked through the door of the Bioenergy Healing Clinic in August 2007 she was shaking from the tremor that engulfed her entire body.

Relationships- Why do I feel such anxiety around other people?

Almost everything we do in life involves relationships of one kind or another. Whether it is dealing with the local supermarket checkout assistant, bringing up children, interacting with colleagues in the workplace or talking to your child's teacher at Parents' Evening.

Rising Above Fear in This Time of Global Recession

Some tips and insights to overcome fearful thoughts and emotional states that cause you to contract from others and from your own sense of resourcefulness and joy:1) Leap! Liberation and empowerment always come dressed in paradox.

ADHD Linked to Early Life Instability & Sleep Problems

A new Canadian study analyzes the sleep habits from children age 1.5 to 5 years looking for an association between sleep problems and the development of ADHD.

Common Phthalate Exposure Linked to ADHD

Phthalates are commonly added to plastics to increase their flexibility and transparency.  The are common in the average household and can readily leach into food.

The Poorly Developing ADHD Brain

A study done at the National Institute of Mental Health has used neuroanatomical magnetic resonance image technology to document developmental changes in brain structure in normal children and those with ADHD.

Yoga Reduces Pain In Fibromyalgia Patients

The Yoga of Awareness Program conducted a study with women who suffer with Fibromyalgia. 53 women participated in the study, half were enrolled in a yoga workshop while the other half had traditional treatment.

Does your car have airbags? If so it can protect your Kidney.

A recent study performed this September shows that airbag in cars helps protect the kidney and other renal organs when hit in a car collision.

Got Stress And Burnout At Work? Hypnotherapy To The Rescue!

Modern day hypnotherapists are mad. They are steamed at the old stereotype of the evil hypnotist swinging the pocket watch and murmuring "You are getting sleepy, sleepy, sleepy".

Tis’ the season to Ponder…

And Christmas day is upon us. Presents have been given, received and opened. Wrapping paper may adorn the floors of your home. If you have children there is a good chance that they will be making lots of noise playing with their new toys.

What is Animal Therapy?

For generations bonds have been developed between humans and animals. Often these bonds are deep and unconditional. People have been experiencing the benefits of relationships between themselves and animals and now researchers have evidence of the physical, emotional and mental benefits that proceed from what is now called Animal Therapy.

The Basic points of Emotional Freedom Technique

Emotional freedom technique (EFT) is based on the Chinese meridian acupressure and acupuncture points and is effective through tapping. There are several stylized techniques but all share the same core points.

Research on Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes

Roger Walsh, M.D., PhD. of the University of California, Irvine's College of Medicine suggests that in order to avoid so many of today's diseases and conditions people should incorporate Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLC) into their life.

Do you meditate?

Meditation is an ancient practice that has withstood the test of time. Today, more than ever meditation can provide stability, comfort and a firm foundation for healthy living.

A possible relief for women suffering with hot flashes

Hot flashes are one of the many uncomfortable side effects that women who are experiencing the menopause suffer with. For some a hot flash may not be too much to worry about but there are many women who feel that their hot flashes have the ability to consume them.

Endorphins are Real.

If you are not an exercise junkie then you are probably tired of hearing people talk about how great exercise makes them feel. Perhaps the very thought of exercise makes you want to hibernate.

Why consider visiting a pain psychologist when you have back pain

Almost anyone is likely to experience back pain at some point in life. However, some sufferers of chronic back pain who have not found medications and surgeries too helpful are likely to suffer emotionally as well.

Herbal Remedies For Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety is a very widespread disorder which is believed to affect millions of people all over the world. In America alone there are almost 20 million people suffering from some type of anxiety disorder.

When Anxiety Has A Life Of Its Own

According to the National Institute of Anxiety and Stress, anxiety disorders affect about 40 million people a year. The numbers are staggering especially for women who suffer from anxiety and stress almost twice as much as men.

Helping Sufferers of Anxiety

Helping sufferers of Anxiety:   General Anxiety Disorder GAD is a long term condition, where one has become anxious about lots of aspects of their life.

Homeopathic Treatment For Anxiety

If someone told you that he was really feeling nervous and anxious about my big job interview tomorrow and was thinking of drinking as much caffeinated drinks as possible you would probably think he is out of his mind.

Stress

Symptoms of Stress is as a result of continued anxiety and worry.  Holistically we look to the root cause, however when a 'panic attack' arrives, it gives no warning.

A Handling for Depression, Stress, Anxiety and Fear without Drugs

     It seems to be part of our existence, that we go all day long up and down with our emotions. And so we started already to believe, that this is very normal for us and it may have also brought us to the conclusion, that this is how life is.

Do Not Fear Of Getting Older

Some people are afraid what may happen as they get older. Some worry about their health and others wonder about other things that might happen.

Fighting Depression at Home: How to turn your house into a quiet sanctuary

Unfortunately, your home isn’t always a happy place. It doesn't matter whether your home is big, small, your parents, a dorm room or a hotel, if it doesn’t feel right it can take toll on your emotions and lead to depression.

The Unique Advantages of Hiring A Therapist

Worry Not: 5 Keys to Preventing an Anxiety Attack

Dealing with anxiety attacks can be deeply unpleasant. Your body can feel like it has lost control, often out of nowhere. They can result in hyperventilating and a great sense of unwellness.

Goodbye Anxiety: 5 Sure-Fire Ways to Relax Your Mind and Muscles

If you regularly deal with stress and anxiety in everyday life, there are some ways that you can try to calm your body and mind that might be effective.

Dreading the Dentist? 5 Tips for Managing Your Anxiety

Dreading the Dentist? 5 Tips for Managing Your Anxiety For many, going to the dentist is a fraught experience. The sound of the drill, the numbed gums, and the stabbing pain of the needle can all be incredibly anxiety-inducing.

5 Signs Your Dealing With Panic and How To Stop The Attack

There’s nothing worse than anxiety or panic attacks. The rush of cortisol makes your body go into fight or flight mode. During these heightened periods, you may feel like things are spinning out of control and that your life is in danger.

Clap Back At Anxiety Attacks - 4 Homeopathic Ways To Support Your Mental Health

Anxiety attacks can bothersome and scary. Many people are unable to complete their daily activities because of frequent anxiety attacks. Talk to your doctor and therapist to see which of these homeopathic remedies may support your emotional health.

Treat Your Anxiety Naturally

Mental health conditions are becoming increasingly common in the United States. In fact, anxiety was the most prevalent mental health condition in 2018, and it affects over 40 million American adults.

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Mental health conditions are becoming increasingly common in the United States. In fact, anxiety was the most prevalent mental health condition in 2018, and it affects over 40 million American adults.

Are You An Anxious Annie? How to Calm Your Troubled Mind

If you spend a lot of your time worrying, there are several solutions that have the power to calm the mind and elicit more positive thoughts.

How to Manage Stress in a New Job

Your new job seems perfect. You like the work environment and your co-workers seem like people who you can get along with. The management seems understanding fo your situation and you feel like you’ll enjoy the company overall.

I have a Question

My relationship is on the rocks, How can I get it back to how it was?

As a working therapist within my private practice this is a question that I often get asked by couples or individuals that feel their relationship is not as it should be, or even that it has gone past the point of no return.

News Articles

Overweight Kids Experience More Loneliness, Anxiety, MU Study Finds

COLUMBIA, Mo. - As childhood obesity rates continue to increase in the USA, experts agree that more information is needed about the implications of being overweight as a step toward reversing current trends.

Evidence that dark chocolate helps ease emotional stress

The "chocolate cure" for emotional stress is getting new support from a clinical trial published online in ACS' Journal of Proteome Research.

Should flowers be banned in hospitals?

Does flower water harbour potentially deadly bacteria? Do bedside blooms compete with patients for oxygen? Do bouquets pose a health and safety risk around medical equipment?These are some of the reasons given by many hospital wards in the UK to ban, or at least discourage, bedside bouquets.

A midday nap markedly boosts the brain's learning capacity

If you see a student dozing in the library or a co-worker catching 40 winks in her cubicle, don't roll your eyes. New research from the University of California, Berkeley, shows that an hour's nap can dramatically boost and restore your brain power.

High sensitivity to stress isn't always bad for children

Children who are especially reactive to stress are more vulnerable to adversity and have more behaviour and health problems than their peers.

Financial hardship contributes to diagnosis anxiety

A new analysis has found that women with medium or low levels of income are particularly susceptible to anxiety and depression after being diagnosed with the precancerous breast condition, ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS).

Massage eases anxiety, but no better than simple relaxation does

A new randomized trial shows that on average, three months after receiving a series of 10 massage sessions, patients had half the symptoms of anxiety.

Family caregiving stress filled and isolating

Family members who provide care to relatives with dementia, but do not have formal training, frequently experience overwhelming stress that sometimes leads to breakdowns or depression, according to Penn State and Benjamin Rose Institute researchers.

Higher anxiety, depression among women may have basis in cell signals

In animal study, stress signals function differently in female brains and male brainsThere may be a biological reason why depression and other stress-related psychiatric disorders are more common among women compared to men.

Lot Stress Monster

Stress-related arguments are at an all-time high, a study revealed yesterday (Tues). Researchers found the average couple now falls out four times a week, with over-spending, a lack of help around the house and paying bills the most likely triggers.

Top 14 things patients do to frustrate their doctors

An article by gynecologist Dr. Lissa Rankin and other physicians about the top 10 dumb things people do at their doctor had me laughing. But it got me thinking about the things that patients do or don't do that actually can be detrimental to their health.