There are many approaches to relaxation. Several are included through this web site. There is some NHS-based guidance on this topic at: https://www.nhsinform.scot/healthy-living/preventing-falls/fear-and-anxiety-about-falling/relaxation-techniques ...... and avid readers of this web site will find some very familiar practices described at: https://www.health.harvard.edu/mind-and-mood/six-relaxation-techniques-to-reduce-stress Interestingly, I came to this web site late on. It builds my confidence to see … Continue reading Relaxation techniques
My web site places emphasis on action - getting something done. So here's a bit of heresy against myself. Action is not always enough or appropriate to the moment! How so and when? Doing is not always a respectable word in therapy as action does not always 'bring home the bacon'. Action can be be … Continue reading When ‘doing’ isn’t enough.
As my web site has been around for some time, the number of pages has increased. As I have gathered feedback from readers and experimenters, I notice a regular question that arises is: is there evidence for the effectiveness of 'safe experiments'? I'm going to say 'yes' and 'no', aren't I!? The 'yes' is that … Continue reading Evidence-based therapy