Please find below our recent blog posts...
Katherine Corsan is a BANT-registered nutritionist who specialises in digestive health. Katherine explains the important functions our digestive system plays, and the effects this can have on a smoother perimenopause and menopause.
In part 2 of her blog, NLP Coach and Nutritional Therapist - Nina Galley - talks about the gift of the transition of menopause.
NLP Coach and Nutritional Therapist - Nina Galley - explores menopause as a transitional process and ways to navigate this time of life.
Kim Swinden likens Menopause to Autumn, a time of change into unpredictability that bridges between what has gone before and what is up ahead in the second half of our lives.
Helen Gormley talks about menopause and therapy - an opportunity for reflection, reconnection, reset, and rejuvenation.
Counsellor Catherine Flynn explores the inevitable changes experienced during menopause and the support counsellors offer during this life change.
Nutritional therapist Lori Webster explores the different foods that help keep your immune system (and you) healthy.
Helen McHugh explores Spiritual Wellness - what it is and how to make time for it in the fast-paced modern world.
Craniosacral therapist Megan Hatto explores spirituality in the form of being open to possibility.
Sleep Therapist Derek Elliott explores what Spirituality is, how it relates to healing and his healing work with clients with sleep difficulties.
Alexander Isaksson explores Spirituality, Mindfulness-based Psychotherapy, the Buddhist Noble Truths, and the therapeutic process.
Andrew Kempleton explores cultural appropriation, in particular within the therapy world in Western communities.
Lucia Miniewska explores the energetic frequency of essential oils and their use in healing therapies.
Jessica Barber explores spirituality in the connections we make with other people and unexplainable coincidences.
Family Constellations Therapist, Barbara Morgan explores what spirituality means to her, and how this links to our relationships with our parents.
Taken from John Snowden's own blog page, John explores our egos and how letting go of our mind and tuning into our feelings can help free us from the demands and stress of the modern world.
Feldenkrais practitioner Dianne Hancock explores the importance of play and playfulness, as children and long into adulthood.
Biodynamic Craniosacral therapist Megan Hattoo explores how movement and creativity impact us, our bodies, and our lives.
Acupuncturist, Megan Odell explores common energy-depleting patterns and simple life changes that can be made to help heal.
Body Psychotherapist, Anne Ryan, explores the healing power of vocal sound.
Daniel Kronenberg (Clinical Hypnotherapist) looks at the negative impact of sleep deprivation on our emotional states.
Dr Rachel Adams explores Aphasia, a complex language disorder resulting from neurological damage to the brain. It can affect a person’s ability to talk, write and understand spoken and written language, whilst leaving other cognitive abilities intact.
FOGO - have you, or someone you care for, suddenly developed a fear of going out?
Sarah Lane (Counsellor) explores our inner critic and how to be more compassionate towards ourselves to help improve our self-esteem.
Confidence and Self-Esteem Coach Kevin Birch talks about the 3 main mistakes parents make that can damage teenagers self-esteem, and what to do instead.
Susan Malone-Hoyle what self-esteem is and how to improve it, including a Self-Esteem Inventory worksheet.
In aid of National Teen Self Esteem Month, Jessica Vassallo looks at limiting self-beliefs and six steps to building self-esteem.
Life Coach, Caroline Rushforth, looks at the causes of self-esteem and how to boost it.
Nicole George (Psychological therapist) talks about IBS, the psychological impact it has on sufferers, and how Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) can help.
Family Constellations Practitioner, Barbara Morgan, explores Power & Control in our lives and the wider world.
Trainee Psychotherapist Luke Roberts explores the important role our gut plays, not only in the digestion of food but also in psychological wellbeing.
Nutritionist Helen Cooke explores 4 key root causes of IBS.
Life Coach, Caroline Rushforth, shares 10 daily affirmations to help self love.
Anne Duke looks at dealing with the Menopause and what can help women during this transitional period.
Karina Smith-Reyes looks at the impact Western Diet can have on women's health and offers some online programmes for those wanting to start making positive changes.
Jessica Vassallo explores unconscious eating and our habits around food, and how to gain healthier mindsets to help practice more mindful eating.
Maria and Chanden of Nexus Counselling explore the importance of sex during difficult times such as Covid-19.
Nutritionalist Karina Smith-Reyes looks at the impact on nutrition on our sex lives.
Jessica Barber reflects on her role as a Psychotherapist when working with clients who have suffered from abuse.
New Practice Manager, Stephen Holmes, reflects on the New Year, embracing the darkness we're faced with, and emerging stronger from it.
A beautiful poem written by Charley, our Practice Manager in Queen Square (Bristol).
Dianne Hancock explores the use of The Feldenkrais Method to help identity limiting habits and create change.
Nutritional Therapist and Health Coach Karina Smith-Reyes gives her top 5 nutrition & lifestyle tips to strengthen your immune system this year.
Poetry featured on our Christmas as The Birth Of Truth evening with Ayaz Angus Landman and bard Gayan Tony Donaghy.
Sarah Lane (Counsellor and Mindfulness Teacher) brings mindfulness to our everyday walks.
An extract from towards the end of James Brennan's forthcoming book, Making Sense of Being Alive: A Natural History of the Mind.
Piia Laakso (Massage Therapists) reflects on the joy and peace she finds from connecting with nature, and how it can aid her and her clients in their massage experience.
Join poet Ayaz Angus Landman and bard and psychotherapist Gayan Tony Donaghy for a poetic solstice Sufi ramble, weaving a mystical meditation and exploration of the meaning of Christmas as “The Birth of Truth”.
Charley Roux (Acupuncturist) explores the beauty of finding nature within us.
Physiotherapy, Matt Kinal explores the benefits of spending time in nature.
Starting this month's Nature blog topic, Ally Stott explores the 'Wholearth Approach' which recognises that we are nature - we humans are of the same Body as the wider than human world, of plants, water, animals, trees, insects, sky, rock.
Ben Jones (Counsellor) explores the portrayal of men as hardened individuals who must strive to perform, the threat this can place on their mental health, and how therapy can help men explore deeper within themselves.
Jon Creffield (Hypnotherapist) looks at the links between stress and erectile dysfunction and how hypnotherapy can help.
Jamie de Carvalho (Psychotherapist) looks at male stereotypes and learning to speak about your feelings.
Clinical Psychologist Jenny Griffiths looks at mental health in fathers - the struggles they may be under, how they might be feeling, depression, and what to do.
Owen Lewis (Hypnotherapist) explores the strain Men's Mental Health is under during Covid-19.
Katherine Corsan, a BANT-registered nutritionist, provides an in-depth exploration of Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH).
Practice Manager, Sam Hill, write about the transformation of our Cotham Hill centre in Bristol.
Poetry by Angus Landman on seeing Michaelangelo’s Pieta St Peters Rome
Villy Tichkova's blog on Addictions and how to recreate ourselves in a world of uncertainty and social isolation.
Hermione Brown looks into what addiction is, the difference between a habit and an addiction, and breaking free from addiction.
Jon Creffield explores addiction and how solution focused hypnotherapy can help.
The first of our Addiction blog topics - Bioresonance practitioner, Kasey, explains how this form of treatment can help chemical dependencies.
Emma Cayless reflects on her experience of true mind-body connection through meditation and the breath.
Emma Bartley's leafy ramble into the wonderful world of Greenery.
Psychotherapist Sonja Anthony looks at finding happiness through body and mind.
Body Movement Psychotherapist, Hannah Murdoch, discusses the language of Body Mind.
Susan Lacroix looks at holistic health and ways of helping ourselves.
Psychotherapist, Hermione Brown, explores our mind - body connection and how we can listen to our bodies to gain insight into our stresses and troubles.
Paula Bowen-Scott explores the soothing powers of a Gong bath.
Caroline Duggan looks at the mind and body connection through her work as a Body Psychotherapist and her use of touch with sessions.
Villy Tichkova explores the dance between Mind and Body.
This month's focus is on the mind-body connection and holistic healing. Daniel Kronenberg starts us off with his blog on IBS and Hypnotherapy.
Counsellor, Martin Alderton, reflects on his client's experience of parenting in a pandemic.
Family Therapist, Richard Clarke, reflects on his experience of parenting during lockdown.
Holistic Hypnotherapist Melody May explores the importance of parenting yourself as well as your children.
The Practice Rooms' manager, Nicola Hall, reflects on being a Practice Manager in Bristol.
Clinical Psychologist, Dr Jenny Griffiths, reflects on the psychology of parenting.
How to raise adults who thrive in an ever-changing world.
In our first of this month's Parenthood blogs, Jo Lloyd looks at the feelings of guilt that parents battle with.
In this short blog, Angus Landman outlines and suggests the four stages of the “Art” of listening and expands a little on each.
CBT Therapist, Tom Holland-Pearce looks at socialising and friendship as an introvert.
What our centre in Exeter and the surrounding area have to offer.
The impact of friendship on our wellbeing.
Pride and shame: two end points on a spectrum of acceptance of oneself regarding gender identity and sexual orientation.
We reflect on the vast changes at our centre in Clifton from it's opening last Autumn to the present situation.
When considering the troubles of the world, I sometimes ask myself, if the world were my client how would I be in relation to it?
Zayna Ratta, an LGBTQIA+ hypno-psychotherapist, talks about sexual, gender and relationally diverse minorities.
Getting to know our quirky Salisbury centre, written by manager Alison.
A how guide on using self care to manifest your hearts desires by our therapist Laura Cocconi, a holistic therapist based in Hove.
Getting to know one of our practitioners, Katrina Allen who practices as a sex therapist and psychotherapist in Sheffield.
Why do we come to feel stressed and how does it affect us? More importantly, how can we discharge that energy? A blog by kinesiologist and Shiatsu practitioner, Jacqueline Lawes.
Clifton Village - a bustling inner city suburb hiding a lovely little oasis.
Some simple tips from Ana, a psychotherapist in Hove about how to care for our mental health whilst isolated.
I think this will be seen to be a truly epoque defining moment in human history. Are we ready to take advantage of it?
Creating and reviewing your self-care routine as a therapist to manage your stress better.
Some nutritional tips from Helen Cooke, a nutritionist in Bristol about how to boost immunity during Coronavirus.
As part of a professional response to the current unprecedented crisis, the Help Hub are seeking qualified psychotherapists and counsellors to provide an online or telephone service to those in urgent need of emotional support.
A letter from Angus, the managing director of The Practice Rooms, about the business' stance on coronavirus, and how we can all help each other.
When people first come into one of our centres, they are often struck by how beautiful the rooms are, both structurally and with the furnishings.