I just finished presenting a two session stress reduction course last night for the Durham Women’s Cancer Support Group. It was an enjoyable experience for me and I think for them. I like to find out what’s helpful and what’s not in my trainings so I handed out some feedback forms. One of the responses […] Read more »

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Sleeping your way to understanding

An interesting article in the New Scientist: While you slumber, your brain puts the world in order notes that during sleep we don’t only strengthen our memories but we also extract themes and rules from the masses of information we soak up during the day. Bob Stickgold from Harvard Medical School, the author of the […] Read more »

Fear of flying (not)

It’s always nice to hear how clients are doing. Especially when you are working with fears, you can tap away in your office on all the aspects of the fear and anxieties about whatever it is: fear of flying, or fear of medical procedures, in the hope of neutralising it all. However, until they’ve gone […] Read more »

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Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings …

I received this email from a friend, she’d received it from friends in California. It’s a little “Awwww, bless!!!”, but I hope you’re going to let me off. A group of professional people posed this question to a group of 4-8 yr olds. “What does love mean?” The answers they got were broader and deeper […] Read more »

Tap dancing

A client of mine at a cancer support group, let’s call her Mary, has been using EFT to good effect. I worked with her a little while ago about test anxiety. This test anxiety is not about a driving test, or a maths exam, but a call back to hospital after several years remission from […] Read more »

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How do you know that?

Do you ever notice what you say to yourself. Many people, including me, have a stream of internal dialogue, a running commentary on what we are doing and how well we are doing it. It’s often most noticeable when we feel we’ve made some blunder. “Oh, what an idiot!”, “How could you be so stupid!”, […] Read more »