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Introductory Meeting Request

NO APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE AT PRESENT – AVAILABILITY IN 3 TO 12 WEEKS If we have never met before, use this form to request a first meeting to discuss what personal development work you would like to do; to ask any questions; and to talk about your concerns, difficulties or aims in confidence. There is no…

Mindset Part 10: Self-healing and Loving Kindness

Entitlement and Lack of Generosity I looked that the entitlement mindset in an earlier article, which examined how this mindset is a symptom of unmet infantile needs that carry the expectation that other adults owe us something. Freud referred to the Anal stage of child development in his early theories whereby interruption of the stage…

Research Studies: Effects of Wireless Radiation on Health

In the interests of protecting public health please freely copy, reblog and distribute the information on this resource page.  You can add your links or other helpful information on the subject in the reply box at the foot of the page. Contents Microwave Radiation Harms All Life-forms The Dangers of Wireless Microwave Radiation ICNIRP Regulations…

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Pulsed microwave radiation used in wifi, cellphones, smartmeters and other wireless devices is extremely dangerous to the health of people and the planet

Mindset Part 13: Mental Distress and Suicide

Statistically, suicide is the highest cause of death in men between age 20 and 49.  The suicide statistics are shocking, with greater numbers of men taking their own lives than are killed in road accidents, or by cancer and coronary heart disease.  Of the 6 233 suicides in the UK in 2013 (male and female),…

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A guide and overview to help you understand the process of beginning therapy, counselling or other personal development work

CBT: a cheap ‘cure’ for psychiatric ‘Illness’?

“The fact remains that the construct of psychiatric diagnosis and the construct of a psychological model aligning itself to it are both divorced from the actual, more complex and individuated realities of the particular patient and the individual practitioner. The technocratic relationship of the first denies the non-mechanistic, much more complex organic nature of the…