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Cold hands, warm hearts: Keeping the winter blues at bay

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 15th December 2017

By Rebecca Pfister. Young Persons’ Counsellor at One Allan Park Wellbeing Clinic If you are suffering from symptoms like these, contact us. It’s that time of year again when gifts need to be bought, cards need to be written, dinners need to be had and Christmas trees need to be decorated. Family, food and the festive cheer add …read more

Osteoarthritis of the knee: chamomile can help!

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 15th December 2017

If you are suffering from symptoms like these, contact us. What is ostearthritis? Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative condition that affects the joints, causing pain and stiffness. According to Arthritis Research UK, it is ‘by far the most common form of joint disease, affecting people all over the world and approximately 8 million people in …read more

Debunking psychological ‘talking’ therapy

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 15th December 2017

By Dr Liza Morton, Chartered Counselling Psychologist If you are suffering from the symptoms described below, contact us.  Understanding mental health Mental health problems such as anxiety and depression, affect more than a third of the population each year. Unfortunately, many people face barriers to finding help such as discrimination and a lack of understanding. …read more

What is Mindfulness?

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 15th December 2017

Have you heard about mindfulness? If you have, do you wonder what it actually is? And, if you have not heard of it, would you like to know more about it? If yes, then read on! Busy lifestyles, over-full minds Life is pretty demanding these days. We have busy jobs and busy social lives. We …read more

The trauma of childbirth left me like a soldier with shell shock …

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 26th August 2014

This article was published in the Mail on Sunday in August 2014. EMDR is available from Shirley MacKenzie who practises at the clinic on Tuesdays and Saturdays each week. By Maggie Mallon   Mum Sheila Brill tells how therapy used to treat war veterans helped her after her daughter was left brain-damaged by a botched …read more

It’s summer, but I still feel rubbish ! How can Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) help me?

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 15th August 2014

An interesting blog from Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT) Fiona Potter-Irwin. If you are suffering from symptoms like this, contact us.  With all the glorious sunshine during the holiday season it seems a strange time of year to be thinking about our state of mind – of course everyone’s happy, aren’t they? Well actually no, this …read more

Homeopathy: Your Natural Remedy for Hayfever?

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 24th June 2014

Did you know hay fever is treated homeopathically in the winter?  Weird or wonderful? Act now, to benefit next summer  There is no better time than the present to start treating your hayfever, in order to reap the benefits next year. Homeopathic remedies have incredible success when used holistically and when the homeopath can select …read more

Homeopathy: An Alternative to Antibiotics for Your Children?

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 08th May 2014

By Joanne Brown, homeopath Compelling evidence that homeopathy should be the first line of defence for the very young New mums and their babies can benefit from the gentle, yet effective system of medicine that is homeopathy. Homeopathy is safe to use in the very young and can be supplied in soluble granules to use …read more

Gluten: Should we all be giving it up ??

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 02nd April 2014

This article in You Magazine features Dr. Elena Leschen, formerly a practitioner at One Allan Park Wellbeing Clinic. If you would like advice about gluten, or any aspect of your nutrition, email fiona@oneallanpark.co.uk for a Nutritional Assessment Form and an appointment to see our nutritional therapist Genna Nelson. Read more about her here. To read …read more

Menopause made easy: how homeopathy can help

Posted by Fiona Gavine on the 18th March 2014

By Joanne Brown, homeopath If you need help with the symptoms of menopause, contact us. What is homeopathy? Homeopathy is a system of medicine which involves treating the individual, usually in tablet form. Based on individual symptoms, I will match the most appropriate remedy to each patient. Remember, homeopathy can be used safely alongside conventional …read more

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