Our bodies are very, very clever things. They absorb the stresses and strains of everyday life and protect us in ways that we are only barely beginning to understand.
Contemporary psychotherapy and neuroscience are in agreement that the body has a ‘mind of its own’ – that it holds important emotional information and is willing to communicate with us if only we knew how to talk to it effectively.
Our practitioners at The Lightwell Practice all have one thing in common: we know that people in emotional need don’t respond to techniques: they respond to people
This means two things: we don’t use gimmicky therapies and all of our associates are hand-picked because of their qualities as therapists and their focus on the relational aspect of personal development.