Category Archives: Mindfulness

Traumatic Incident Reduction

Happy new year beautiful people ! ( I know I’m a couple of months late but this is my first blog post of 2017!) I am officially back to blogging after having started a new job and going on holiday … Continue reading

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Catastrophe – Or just living?

Many years ago I was talking to a friend of mine regarding the somewhat traumatic break up of a long term relationship of hers. I remember telling her how sorry I was that she was going through such an awful … Continue reading

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Introducing Mindfulness: A Practical Guide Review

For my first post I have read Introducing Mindfulness: A Practical Guide by Tessa Watt. There are so many different resources out there nowadays on mindfulness, meditation and how to reduce anxiety and stress. From books to apps, to recordings, … Continue reading

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Introducing Lina G

Hello everyone. I will be working with Adrian over the course of the next few weeks/months/years? Who knows – let’s just say indefinitely! I will be delivering you all blog posts and collaborating with Adrian on them for the foreseeable … Continue reading

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Mindfulness Bandwagon

Two years ago I wrote about the Mindfulness bandwagon and how as it becomes more and more popular badly trained therapists are being attracted to it. On FaceBook today I see a Mindfulness Online Diploma Course reduced from £330 to … Continue reading

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Being Mindful in a Digital Age

Last week I went on holiday to Turkey, which was an amazing holiday with my wife. Obviously because I am a self-employed Mindfulness-based therapist and hypnotherapist  I was concerned about my existing and possible new clients not being able to … Continue reading

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Traumatic Incident Reduction TIR for a Rape Survivor

This week I have helped a client who was raped in her early teens, she is now in her late 20’s. She had never spoken to anyone about the incident feeling to blame, responsible and afraid of being judged or … Continue reading

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