Welcome to my ‘links’ page where you will find a range of resources and interesting and helpful links.
Anxiety UK is a wonderful organisation- do have a look through their website
The Mindfulness Association is a company that has been set up at the request of Rob Nairn to deliver secular mindfulness training. It is a non-profit making organisation with altruistic aims directed towards sharing the benefits of mindfulness with all of those who are interested.
Our objectives are to offer high quality trainings in Mindfulness, Compassion and Insight which help people to establish a regular and effective mindfulness practice and which help people to bring mindfulness into all aspect of their daily lives.
We aim to make our trainings accessible to as many people as possible and in particular we try to keep the prices of our courses affordable and to offer our courses at different locations around the UK and in Europe.
We also offer a comprehensive training pathway towards the teaching of Mindfulness with the aim of meeting the growing demand within the UK for mindfulness teachers.
I am very pleased to say that I have completed a number of courses and retreats with the association and a m a member of the online sangha.
I highly recommend this organisation if you are looking to learn about mindfulness and compassion.
Registers and organisations
The following associations have directories to help you find a therapist in your area if I am not in your area. They are also the member bodies that I belong to and adhere by their strict code of conduct and practice so you can learn more about these bodies also from their website links below:
The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council – CNHC
CNHC is the UK regulator for complementary healthcare practitioners.
Its key function is to enhance public protection by setting standards for registration with CNHC. The CNHC ‘quality mark’ is being recognised as the hallmark of quality for the sector. This means that the general public, and those who commission the services of complementary healthcare
practitioners, will be able to choose with confidence by looking for the CNHC quality mark.The Department of Health recommends that, where CNHC registers the professional discipline in question, you consult with someone who is CNHC registered.
The UK confederation of hypnotherapy organisations- UKCHO
UKCHO is an umbrella body for the hypnotherapy profession in the United Kingdom. UKCHO’s mission is to ensure that standards of conduct, ethics and practice are appropriate for public safety.
It is the aim of UKCHO to promote the professional regulation of hypnotherapy within the United Kingdom, to ensure that Hypnotherapists are safe and competent to practice, and that they adhere to national standards of ethics and training.
The Hypnotherapy Association- HA
The Hypnotherapy Association is a non-profit making organisation and is a leading independent professional body in Britain representing approvedhypnotherapists in active practice. From our extensive register, you will be able to find a hypnotherapist in your area of the UK who has the necessary training, skills and experience to help you to succeed in reaching your goals through this most effective of therapies.
If you are looking for a Hypnotherapist and I am not in your area. I can recommend the following directory to find a therapist in your area.
The Hypnotherapy directory
The British Psychological Society
About Psychology and the Society:
Psychology is the scientific study of people, the mind and behaviour. It is both a thriving academic discipline and a vital professional practice. Psychologists and psychological research have a big impact on all aspects of public life, particularly in areas such as education, health, the economy, industry and social justice.
The British Psychological Society is the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK. It is not a trade union but is a registered charity in England and Wales (Charity Registration Number: 229642) and in Scotland (Charity Registration Number: SC039492). The Society was formed in 1901 and has more than 45,000 members. Through its Royal Charter, the Society is charged with overseeing psychology and psychologists. It has responsibility for the development, promotion and application of pure and applied psychology for the public good.
The British Tinnitus Association
I would like to raise awareness for the British Tinnitus Association and all the work they do.
I have included the mission statement here, but do please visit the website for an excellent resource of information to help individuals with Tinnitus and the wider public
The British Tinnitus Association strives to be the primary source of support and information for people with tinnitus in the UK, thereby facilitating an improved quality of life.It aims to encourage prevention through its educational programme and to seek a cure for permanent head noise through a medical research programme.
For further information go to
250 Park Lane
I am pleased to announce that I will be running a further week day clinic from 250 Park Lane in Macclesfield from July 2010.