Online Therapy Michele is now also able to provide online therapy for adults and teenagers. Online therapy is a great alternative for people who choose /prefer (for many reasons) not to have their therapy sessions in a physical therapy. Reasons for choosing online therapy People may choose this way of… Read More»
Michelei is currently working in Ibiza and is able to see people at Biopunt this is a great location just outside San Antonio. Among many things the shop sells a great range of health food/ingredients and skin care products. Biopunt also hosts many different activities in the week such as yoga and… Read More»
Individual Therapeutic Art Sessions From April 29th to May 27th Michele will be working on a yoga retreat in Ibiza http://www.ibizayoga.com/ offering individual creative art sessions.These sessions will provide people the opportunity to explore their feelings and express their self in a supportive environment, using the arts and imagination as a… Read More»
Invisible String – Establishing Safety for children This series is inspired by Rose’s reading of a children’s book called Invisible String about helping children to feel safe and attached by Patrice Karst. It seems helpful to think about the ideas in this book when the child or young person is… Read More»
Why do We Cry and What use are Tears? You would think the answer to the question was simple: we cry when we are sad. But it isn’t quite as straightforward as all that in fact, it is complexity is er… eye watering! Take a look at this entertaining video… Read More»
SICK! Festival I picked up a programme earlier this week for the SICK! Festival which is taking place in Brighton and Hove throughout March. The festival will be, Exploring the medical, mental, and social challenges of life and death and how we survive them (or don’t).
The seriousness of childishness We often think of play as a childish activity which makes us think of spontaneity and impulsivity, or activity that is unstructured and free but I want to suggest that it’s nothing trivial and consider just how serious play can be. Our expression, “child’s play,” makes… Read More»