Counselling

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Is your marriage over

For the majority of couples, the champagne and candles honeymoon phase doesn’t last forever – especially when you throw kids, housework and jobs into the mix. Once the stomach churning, heart fluttering feelings wear off, most people find their relationships adopting a new phase of peace and contentment with each other. But what if it’s

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Testing for Downs Syndrome

What is Down’s syndrome? Down’s syndrome affects around one in every 1,000 babies born. As they grow up, these babies will have learning difficulties. These difficulties vary hugely and while some people are affected quite severely, others will be able to live relatively ‘normal’ lives. Health conditions linked to Down’s syndrome include heart conditions and

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Hypnosis to build confidence

Most people suffer from a lack of confidence to some degree or in some aspect of their life, whether it’s thinking you’re no good at something or negative feelings about your appearance. Yet confidence does play an important role in life and can affect the level of success you can attain in achieving your goals

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Stopping destructive habits of criticism and blame

It seems to be a human tendency to be critical and judgemental especially during times of stress and difficulty. It has been recognised that this behaviour is much more wide spread in the Western world and this is attributed to there being a constant and long standing message of not being good enough from religions

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Claustrophobia

Claustrophobia is an irrational fear of being in confined spaces. It’s not so much the space itself that is frightening but the thought of what might happen in that space – running out of oxygen, for example. It is estimated that around 10% of the British population are affected by the condition, experiencing anything from

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Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a brain disorder that impacts how an individual thinks, acts, and views the world. Sufferers can experience the disorder in a number of different ways, but most will have an altered sense of reality, and often lose contact with reality altogether. Schizophrenia will usually appear sometime in late teens and early adulthood, although

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