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During this time of corona crisis I am available to speak in person between 8.30 and 9 on weekday mornings.
THE CLARENDON CENTRE
52-54 Regent St,
Entrance between the Sue Ryder shop and Wesley-Barrell furniture - opposite the Oxfam Book Shop
IF YOU NEED TO CONTACT ME URGENTLY PLEASE CALL OR TEXT
(I DO NOT RECEIVE E-MAILS ON MY PHONE)
I work on the second floor so there are stairs to navigate. If this presents an insurmountable problem please talk to me.
Respecting boundaries is essential to the safety of the work we do together and, while it can be possible to work well with multiple roles, it can also be confusing and disorienting. I am sometimes asked if I will combine acupuncture and counselling. While I use counselling skills in the acupuncture room, and will occasionally bring acupuncture knowledge to bear in the counselling room, I generally do not combine the two forms of healing. Sometimes, though, people will have a course of counselling and return, after an agreed amount of time, to receive acupuncture treatment or vice versa.
Please contact me to discuss these and any other questions.
I am generally available to speak in person between 8.30 and 9.00 on weekday mornings.
My practice is busy with people waiting for cancellation spaces so I ask for a minimum of 48 hours’ notice of cancellation of an appointment.
Appointments cancelled with less than 48 hours’ notice will therefore be charged at HALF FEE with a FULL FEE charged for completely missed appointments and those cancelled with less than 4 hours’ notice.
‘In the final analysis we do not solve our problems, for life is not a problem to be solved but an experiment to be lived. It is enough to have suffered through into deeper and deeper meaning. Such meaning enriches and is its own reward. We cannot avoid the swamplands of the soul, but we may come to value them for what they can bring us.'
James Hollis “Swamplands of the Soul : New Life in Dismal Places”
"Lead with love,
Low ego, high impact,
Move at the speed of trust."
Gloria Steinem quoting from the organising principles of the Black Lives Matter campaign.