What is mind-body therapy?

Mind-body therapy is an approach where you can learn how to use your thoughts and emotions to support you better. It includes approaches such as life coaching, hypnotherapy, meditation, visualisation, emotional freedom techniques (EFT), neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and the Sedona Method. These approaches can help you to reduce the effects from past or present traumas so that you can feel calmer, more hopeful and ultimately happier. You may be given some self-help techniques to practise at home.

What can mind-body therapy help with?

Our visitors say that mind-body therapy helped them very much and 80% regarded it as essential. They found it useful for dealing with fears and uncertainties during their breast cancer experience. There is evidence from various studies involving cancer patients that suggests certain mind-body therapies can improve pain, anxiety and the ability to cope.

Treatment Information

A course of three sessions is recommended. Allow time between each session to practise any recommended techniques at home. Each session lasts an hour and a half and does require some concentration. Allow yourself time to rest after the session to gain maximum benefit. We do not provide mind-body therapy and counselling at the same time so that you are not overwhelmed by too many different approaches.