The Psychotherapy of Reflexology

Thursday, Oct. 5th 2017 8:11 AM

In this downloadable article, I would like to explore how the body responds to issues which we haven’t been able to resolve and how understanding the way the nervous system holds these issues can help us better serve our clients. Click the post to Download (PDF)

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Stress and Chronic Pain

Saturday, Nov. 5th 2016 5:41 PM

When pain lingers long after it should. When there is no satisfactory reason for why it is still there When there is no way of getting rid of it The thing about Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS) is that there is as yet no medical explanation for what you are experiencing. This makes it very hard […]

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Boundaries

Thursday, Jun. 30th 2016 12:15 PM

  You have to say no to bullies early on – Don’t wait until they’ve got their hooks into you. Having to constantly put up with toxic behaviour can undermine your confidence and gnaw at your self-esteem. Bullies can be anywhere and everywhere – at work, at home, up the road, friend of a friend…. […]

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Busting Adult Bullying

Friday, Apr. 8th 2016 1:15 AM

Most of us have witnessed or experienced bullying at some point in our adult lives and we know it isn’t pleasant, but when we talk about bullying, most of us immediately think about our schooldays. So, What happens when that school bully grows up? Do they change or do they carry on bullying? Who do […]

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Tuesday, Aug. 5th 2014 2:10 PM

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into […]

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Impala and Anger

Monday, Jul. 14th 2014 5:34 PM

I was approached to write a blog for Women Empowered. For a shorter version of this article, please click here: http://www.womenempowered.co.uk/grit-july-2014-mind-body-and-soul-2/ Here is the unabridged version: How Impala have Helped Us To Understand Our Anger Have you ever wondered why people  sometimes respond to things in a disproportionate or inappropriate way? Or why others can’t get […]

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Afraid to Voice How You Feel?

Monday, May. 12th 2014 6:51 PM

Society is changing and there are more opportunities for women than ever before… But what happens when culture and family background are in conflict with personal and professional ambitions.

Do you feel afraid to voice how you feel? And can you relate to the following?

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Referring a client for psychotherapy

Saturday, Aug. 25th 2012 6:41 AM

This article first appeared in the September 2012 on-line edition of Reflexions Extra published by The Association of Reflexologists. Stress comes in many guises and most clients who seek out reflexology come with the kinds of stresses which we are well able to support and manage. Every so often though, we will get clients whose […]

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Some people regard truth as “an eyesore spoiling an otherwise beautiful view” – Steve Biko*

Wednesday, Jul. 25th 2012 4:10 PM

Some People Regard Truth as “an eyesore spoiling an otherwise beautiful view” – Steve Biko* Isn’t it interesting how some people who have behaved badly, immediately set about pretending to themselves and to everybody else that they haven’t? And of course the first thing that goes out of the window is the truth. ‘What do […]

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Traumatic Stress

Wednesday, Apr. 4th 2012 3:01 PM

This article first appeared in the September 2011 edition of Reflexions Magazine published by The Association of Reflexologists. Traumatic stress is much more common than was previously understood and is associated with a substantial level of debility. Traumatic Stress as a result of disasters, accidents and shootings – the so called ‘one-off blow’ – have […]

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