Monthly Archives: July 2018

Untangling the complexities of wealth and addiction

They maybe high functioning and have continued success, come from well-respected families, have gold standard educations and speak multiple languages. The reality is, 1 in 4 people will experience a behavioural or mental health condition in their lifetime, and extremely … Continue reading

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Addressing nutritional therapy at a bio chemical level for addiction recovery

Mood, anxiety and sleep disorders can be drivers of addiction, and can worsen treatment adherence and relapse. Nutritional therapy addresses these underlying disorders at a biochemical level. Addcounsel’s Deborah Colson explains. Nutritional Therapy is an evidence-based approach to addressing underlying … Continue reading

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7 Quick Tips On What To Prioritise When Starting Up

Sophie Wood runs Buzz Web Design and Consultancy helping therapists working in private practice with digital marketing, so you’re free to provide the best therapy service to your customers. The advice in this blog post is based on the real-life … Continue reading

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How APPy Are You?

I love gadgets and gizmos, electronic bells and whistles, providing it doesn’t take a lot of effort to work out how to use them. Consequently my iPad home screen is a graveyard of all the apps I’ve downloaded, tried for … Continue reading

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Breaking the boundaries: can Physiotherapy work online?

When most of us think of Physiotherapists, we think hands-on therapy. Helping with injury, surgery recovery or focusing on easing the pain of specific conditions. That’s why it’s no surprise that many of us, and even Physios themselves, find it … Continue reading

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