Case Studies

Review: @MHFAEngland Adult Course #MentalHealth

As people in the helping profession, it is highly likely that you have been faced with situations involving mental ill health… But if you were asked to define mental health, what would you reply? Many of us have heard or used the terms; stressed, OCD, Anxiety, schizophrenia for example, but do we really know enough about #MentalHealth? And more importantly, would we be able to recognise the symptoms of mental ill health and feel confident in managing such situations? Generally, people [...]

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Online Learning used as Sentencing in the Court of Law

CPD and learning is so important… and if you are a creator of a course in your field, the learning of your subject could benefit an unexpected demographic… ALISION is a website that offers free courses… you usually have to pay for the certificate, but the learning is for free… and it seems that this online learning could be used as a positive solution to sentencing in the court of law… “Last month, a US Judge in Up-state New York sentenced a [...]

Reflexology, Massage, complementary therapy

Cancer patient’s relief after reflexology treatment

Complementary Therapy for a good night’s sleep A cancer patient who has been experiencing hot sweats at night time as a result of his cancer is now able to get a good night’s sleep thanks to a reflexology treatment at St Oswald’s Hospice, based in Newcastle. Shaun Fawcett, 67, from Whittingham, Northumberland, has been coming to the Hospice for pain and symptom management since September 2015. He has Multiple Myeloma, which is a type of bone marrow cancer. During Shaun’s stays [...]


How latest advances in the understanding of Healing can help therapists

A practical guide for therapists of Healing within complementary therapy “Total attention, with good intention” By Sue Knight, chief executive of the Confederation of Healing Organisations (CHO): Living as a Healing practitioner can be a lonely experience. We are a long way off from broad client understanding and acceptance of the world’s oldest form of treatment. The reason is clear. For many recipients of healing, the process by which it works is not widely understood. Not only that, but little of the [...]


Advancements in Alzheimer’s Disease Detection and Risk Assessment

By Dr. Mercola Recent Alzheimer’s research1 suggests preclinical signs of Alzheimer’s disease may be evident as early as 20 years before the disease actually sets in, allowing for much earlier intervention. By the time your memory begins to noticeably deteriorate, about 40-50 percent of your brain cells have already been damaged or destroyed. Early detection is all the more crucial considering estimates suggest Alzheimer’s diagnoses may triple by 2050, reaching nearly 14 million in the US,2 and 115 million worldwide.3 As reported by [...]


The Float Spa – A Mellow Experience To Revive And Restore.

It had been brought to my attention recently that we had a new Complementary Therapy Centre in town and this time one with a difference. The Float Spa is an exceptional centre situated on Third Avenue in Hove and has everything you could hope for the Feel Good experience.   On my arrival I was greeted by The Float Spa Managing Director Camille Pierson, whose enthusiasm for the Floatation experience and all the benefits that floating can give is really quite [...]