A Personal Approach to Mental Wellbeing
We will introduce you to the very latest evidence-based applications of our acquired knowledge gained from over 30 years in the Personal & Social Development industry. The techniques we teach are based on evolutionary biology and neuroscience offering you the opportunity to live a healthier, happier and more productive life.
Why Choose us for your Therapy Sessions?
Professional & Friendly
Husband & Wife team working together as co-therapists for over a decade in the Mental Health & Wellbeing field.
Low Cost Fees
Low-cost therapy for everyone, £25 per hourly session. Payable by bank credit transfer within 7 days on the receipt of invoice.
Open-ended therapy programmes with flexible hours. Sessions weekly, fortnightly, monthly and catch-up sessions as and when required.
FREE Self Help App
Ongoing support between sessions using our PhysiApp for educational Videos and Handouts for Guided Self-Help.
Over 30 years of experience, including working within NHS Community Mental Health Team & Practice Manager.
No Waiting Lists
Callbacks within 48 hours for initial phone or video chats. Full hourly video consultations within 14 working days.
Don’t believe everything you think…
Also known as psychological therapy, talking therapy, or Counselling the use of psychological methods, based on regular personal interaction, to help change behaviour and overcome problems, by empowering individuals to accomplish improved mental health and wellbeing.
An Holistic Approach to Mind & Body
Also called body-oriented psychotherapy, is an approach to psychotherapy which applies basic principles of Somatic psychology. Incorporating touch, breathing and movement techniques to address a wide range of issues including stress, depression, anxiety, anger and trauma.
Healing Trauma through touch
Psychosensory therapy is a group of techniques including: Qigong Healing Therapy (Chi Kung), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT Tapping), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Havening Techniques, involving sensory inputs to treat behaviours, mood, emotions, thoughts, symptoms, and pain.