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4 Steps to take to utilise your anger productively

4 Steps to take to utilise your anger productively

The dog sped downstairs to escape the racket emanating from my bedroom! It was 1989 and teenage hormones were rampant!  I lay on my bed, pillow shoved over my head, knuckles white.  Stifling scream after scream. Finally, red-faced and breathless a giant sigh left my...

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Integrative Psychotherapy by Pam Vickers

Integrative Psychotherapy by Pam Vickers

Perhaps you've had counselling before to help you through a difficult time. In psychotherapy, there's a broader and deeper focus on all aspects of you as you are - such as the reasons why you're inclined to make certain choices, how you experience your feelings,...

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What is Sound Therapy and What is a Soundbath?

What is Sound Therapy and What is a Soundbath?

It’s called a Soundbath (or Sound Bath) because people feel a bit like they are being bathed (or enveloped or cocooned) in the sound and like a bath, it is very relaxing! Usually, people lie down and get comfortable but you can experience the session in a chair if...

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How to find your monetary value as a Therapist

How to find your monetary value as a Therapist

Many Therapists that are sole traders do not know how to correctly put a monetary value on themselves and what they offer. In this exercise, you can figure out your hourly rate based on your skills, experience and the current ‘national minimum wage’ combined. SKILLS:...

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Using Zoom for your Clients in Therapy

Using Zoom for your Clients in Therapy

For some of you, the coronavirus crisis has meant a loss of clients, particularly to those therapists who do manual therapies. Many of you, however, are able to continue your therapeutic practice online.  And a popular platform for this is Zoom.  We at the Therapists...

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