Please find below our recent blog posts...
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.