Mind-body therapy is a way to help you find calmness and to rebalance your emotions while facing breast cancer and its treatments.

It is based on the belief that what you think and what you feel emotionally can affect your state of health and wellbeing.

Studies have shown that mind-body therapy can improve the quality of your life, relieve pain, ease anxiety and distress, and help relieve side-effects from breast cancer treatment such as chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.

The techniques and skills used in these sessions could include: meditation, visualisation, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), hypnotherapy and life-work coaching. All these techniques work to positively affect the mind and body.

The aim of the mind-body therapy session is to reduce any trauma or emotional distress you might be experiencing so that you can leave the session feeling more peaceful, happier and hopeful.

The therapist will help you explore the challenges you may be facing and will suggest specific techniques that you can use in order to keep your emotions more balanced.


Mind-body therapy is available at London Haven.