Emotional Wellbeing

A number of therapies to help you feel better with yourself, reduce stress, deal with situations, and your emotional state.

Relax and rest your mind and body.


Neuro-linguistic programming

How NLP helps you

Do you have feelings and emotions that are unhelpful and stop you from feeling your best? It’s normal to have these feelings for brief times, but it’s not always helpful longterm.

Do you lack confidence, often respond negatively, have irrational thoughts and responses or feel helpless?  All these are behaviours which we have programmed ourselves to do.  Our internal thoughts acting out responses.

NLP helps you to remove these old unhelpful thoughts, feelings and behaviours and to create new and supportive behaviours. 

A typical session may last up to 90 minutes and requires you to be ready and open to making change.



NLP Neuro Linguistic Programming

Who will benefit from NLP?

  • People needing confidence in the workplace
  • Feeling stuck in life and don’t know how to move forward
  • Need to change old habits
  • Want a clearer vision
  • Support managing teams effectively
  • Overcoming limiting beliefs
  • Managing anxieties and stress

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What is NLP?

Neuro-Linguistic Programming is a term that has evolved to represent a process of looking at how we represent the external world of senses in pictures on the inside – our inside self-talk. You will know that if you sit in a park and observe 20 things and I sit in the park at the same time we are unlikely to have matching 20 things.  This is because we all “filter” the external world in different ways.  Neither are wrong…just different.  We sometimes get this filtering wrong. 

Techniques in NLP are reflective and often performed in semi-trance (deeply relaxed) states.  You do not have to relive old painful thoughts, you work with your feelings to create a better future.

Integral Eye Movement Therapy

I am a registered and qualified advanced Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) practitioner.

How IEMT helps you

Do you feel you are “stuck” in a state where you cannot move forward then IEMT may be worth trying? What have you to lose?

I use the IEMT techniques along with other approaches to help you move emotional and physical blockages such as fears, phobias, anxieties, depression or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD.)

What is IEMT (Integral Eye Movement Therapy)?

Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) is a developing area that uses specific eye movements with the recall of a negative image of an event, and specific questions asked by the therapist.

It aims to reduce negative emotional states.

Treatment Session

A normal session takes between 1 and 2 hours.

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More about IEMT

Integral Eye Movement Therapy was developed by Andrew T. Austin, based on the original work by Connirae and Steve Andreas. It is taught worldwide including the USA, Israel, England, Sweden, Netherlands, Poland and India.

Integral Eye Movement Therapy (IEMT) seeks to address our undesired emotions and our ways of being. The often-quoted question in relation to IEMT is: “How did we learn to feel the way that we do?” This then allows us to create appropriate emotional changes in our lives.

IEMT teaches resources and skills inside the problem state. It appears to bring the client more into the present moment and enables them to stay away from past negative experiences.

IEMT is reported by practitioners to produce positive effects for their clients where other previous approaches have failed.



I am a certified teacher of MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) and can deliver the 8 week programme at my practice and by request at other premises.

What is Mindfulness ?

How often do you have thoughts about what has happened in the past or what might happen in the future, so much so that these thoughts, emotions and feelings prevent you from really appreciating what you are doing now? 

There is a lot of talk about the benefits of mindfulness both on the mind and the body.

This was re-introduced into the modern world by Jon Kabat Zinn back in 1991 based on the origins and principles of Buddhism and the Buddhist meditation practice.


What techniques do you learn?

Through mindfulness you learn techniques and practices to bring your attention to the current moment through breathing…sounds simple?  It has been proven that through daily practice MBSR has positive benefits.

  • An effective method of stress reduction
  • Significant improvement in emotional and social functioning
  • Improved concentration
  • Improvement in general health and vitality
  • Reduction in psychological distress for sufferers of long term conditions
  • Speeding up in clearance of skin lesions in patients with psoriasis
  • Boosting of the immune response
  • Significant reduction in blood pressure
  • Significant long-term improvement in anxiety levels amongst patients suffering from anxiety disorders
  • Reduced intake of pain-relieving medications amongst chronic pain sufferers
  • Reduced levels of depression and anxiety after an eight week mindfulness programme

Workplace programmes

Adapted programs are available for workplaces that are looking to support staff with stress reduction and enable them to stay in work, thus reducing sickness absence costs and improving productivity.

Who will benefit from Mindfulness Practice?

  • Anyone looking to reduce their stress level
  • Educational establishments to support their staff and students
  • Bereaved
  • Employers looking to support their staff

MBSR is based on the practice of mindfulness and this is generally learnt over an 8 week programme.

The Course

MBSR is based on the practice of mindfulness and this is generally learnt over an 8 week programme.

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Andrea Jackson The Holistic Celebrant

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