Alison Leverett-Morris is a professional hypnotherapist and hypno-psychotherapist and also a registered Fertile Body Method practitioner.
Amanda is a Humanistic Counsellor using Transactional Analysis.
Ayurveda is a natural system of medicine that was started in India over 5000 years ago.  Ayurveda means Science of Life.  It is a preventive form of medicine and can be practised by everyone, even from childhood.   It is a non-traumatic and non-invasive system of medicine.
Hypnotherapy is a most effective method of revealing, understanding and healing the roots of psychological problems and their symptoms.  It powerfully generates changes in mental processes and behaviours.  There is an abundance of clinical and experimental evidence that attests to the efficacy of hypnotic procedures.  Hypnosis enables an individual to tap into the mind's powerful ability to promote healing changes in the body.
Dr Cowey is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist trained in academic psychology and applied psychology.  She holds two doctorates (Ph.D.s), the first in neuropsychology from the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London and the second in clinical psychology from the University of Birmingham as well as a BSc in Psychology from the University of London.  In addition Dr Cowey holds the Oxford Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from the University of Oxford, which constitutes advanced training in cognitive therapy.
Clare trained at The Oxford School of Massage and specialises in Holistic and Deep Tissue Massage, she also uses Trigger Point Therapy in her massages where needed. Clare has recently also qualified in Pregnancy Massage.
Clare believes in the positive, powerful effects massage can have on a person both physically and mentally.
Below are just a handful of symptoms that massage can help to alleviate:
Claudia completed her training in 1989 at The College of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, Royal Leamington Spa where she received her Licentiate of Acupuncture.   She is a Member of the British Acupuncure Council and has pursued further studies at The College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, Reading.   Claudia practises Five Elements Acupuncture.
Dee is an accredited CBT Therapist with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BABCP). She has been working in the NHS since 1998 as well as having her own Private Practice. After studying Psychology at Reading University, Dee went on to do a Diploma in Counselling in Oxford, before specialising in CBT training at The Centre for Stress Management and Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre. Dee more recently completed training in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, and can now also offer one to one mindfulness sessions. Dee deals with a wide range of problems including stress and anxiety, panic, social phobia, obsessive intrusive thinking, trauma, depression, low self esteem and perfectionism. She treats individuals and couples .
Dr Barulis originally trained as a Nurse in London and then studied Psychology and Counselling as an undergraduate.   She completed her Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology at the Queens University Belfast and then practised in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.   She has worked with people who have a wide range of psychological issues as well as those who have had serious mental health problems.  She is particularly interested in workplace well-being.   She has provided training on how to manage stress to organisations and worked with Occupational Health staff regarding the implementation of 'Healthy Work' policies.
I am a UK Council for Psychotherapy registered psychotherapist and counsellor.
My way of working is founded on existential and phenomenological approaches to therapy, enabling a particular kind of conversation about the things that matter to you and the difficulties which are pressing for attention. This focuses on here-and-now problems, whilst also taking into account how the past affects the present.
Désirée is a psychotherapist for adults, couples and families.
Dr. Yang Li has been a senior TCM clinician for fifteen years at the Chinese Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China.  The university is one of the most prestigious teaching and research institutes of TCM in China. Dr Li was also a senior lecturer at the International Acupuncture Training Centre, Beijing, China, sponsored by the World Health Organisation before coming to the UK in 1991.  Dr. Li currently practices TCM at Harley Street in London as well as The Wellbeing Clinic in Oxford.  He is the Dean of Renshu college of TCM at London which trains medical professionals and TCM practitioners in Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.
George is a UKCP registered Psychotherapist.  He trained at the School of Counselling and Psychotherapy at Regent’s College, London, completing the Diploma in Existential Counselling and Psychotherapy in 1996 and the Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy in 2002.  George has over 10 years experience working as a Psychotherapist and has worked at the WellBeing Clinic since 1996 alongside working in the NHS.
Helen works with individuals in an integrative way, drawing on a range of theories, such as Gestalt, Transactional Analysis, Jungian Psychology and Object Relations Theory, working in relationship and with art image and metaphor.  She has experience of working with individuals experiencing conflicts, confusion and loss; wanting to live more creatively.  Helen is also a qualified Parent Infant Psychotherapist and can assist families with any issues relating to their young children.  Helen can work with clients on a purely talking therapy basis or as an arts therapist depending on what the client decides is right for them.  Helen has over 12 years experience working as an Integrative Arts Psychotherapist (MA, Diploma, Institute for Arts in Therapy, IATE) with UKCP accreditation. She also has associate membership of UKAHPP.  She recently acheived a qualification in Parent Infant Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at the School of Infant Mental Health, London.
While she had qualified as a masseuse in 1987, Jay came to holistic therapy by chance in 1997 with Reiki, and felt it was so profound that she progressed to Reiki Master by 2000. Again by chance, she began her journey with crystals, obtaining her Diploma with the International College of Crystal Healing in 2002. She also runs an ACHO accredited school to teach both therapies. Having experienced cranio-sacral therapy, she was so impressed she wanted to be able to practise it herself, and qualified in 2012 from the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy.
Joanna has been practising and studying yoga for over 19 years. She trained as a yoga teacher at the Life Centre in London, and is a qualified teaching member of the British Wheel of Yoga.
A regular yoga practice has many benefits for the mind and body, and for the way these two aspects are so deeply interconnected. Becoming aware of your breathing draws your mind to the present moment and brings with it a greater awareness of the constant pulsation and creativity of life; a sense of peace which is vibrant with life energy.
Karin practices Relaxation Therapy, Reiki and Seichem. She is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists (MFHT) and RASA (Reiki and Seichem Association).
Relaxation Therapy involves the use of positive affirmations, guided imagery and relaxation techniques to help you learn the art of deep, healing relaxation. To find out more, please contact Karin on the contact details below.
Reiki and Seichem
Counsellor, Hypnotherapist, Reiki & Seichem Therapist (Dip Hyp CS MHS (Acc.) Dip CP MNCS (Acc.)
Katy qualified in 2009 with a Diploma in Hypnotherapy and went on to obtain a Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2010. She uses a unique mix of counselling and hypnotherapy techniques to help clients work through the issues they are facing in their lives. Clients can come for counselling alone, or both counselling and hypnotherapy if appropriate.
I am an experienced psychotherapist and counsellor offering therapy for a wide range of issues, with a particular interest in eating disorders and obesity.
Lizzie Austin has been practising homeopathy for over 18 years, studying first at the College of Homeopathy in London, and then at the School of Homeopathy in Devon.   She has been registered with the Society of Homeopaths since 1990.   Homeopathy is a safe and gentle system of medicine where remedies are used to stimulate the person's innate healing potential.
Lizzie also practises Reiki healing at the WellBeing Clinic.
Miranda holds a Licentiate in Acupuncture and is a member of the British Acupuncture Council. She graduated with a BSc Hons degree from the London College of Traditional Acupuncture in 2008. She also has 15 years of clinical practice in the NHS as a qualified mental health professional.
She is dedicated to the view that acupuncture works, at its best, in conjunction with the traditional approaches to health care.
If you are thinking about getting help, you have already taken the first step.  Our problems are a way of making us grow, even though they can be very painful.  We may get stuck in old patterns of behaviour, or we may feel hopeless or unfulfilled and can lose sight of our real self.
Rebecca studied acupuncture at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine gaining a licence to practice acupuncture (LicAc), along with a BSc (Hons) degree. Her training covered 5 Element Acupuncture, Biomedical Sciences, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Qi Gong. Rebecca's commitment to ongoing training has led her to develop special interest in gynaecology, promoting male and female fertility, treating stress, emotional wellbeing, long term health complaints and acute pain.
Santha offers Person Centred Therapy to adults and young people from age 11 upwards. She is an experienced BACP Accredited therapist with over 15 years experience working with clients as a counsellor and with young people in a variety of settings.
Santha has extensive experience working with individuals who have needed support with issues such as....
With over 15 years experience in structural and systemic health care, Sarah continues to help those in need of a more focused response to every day health issues.  Delivering a unique combination of spinal and systemic health care Sarah sees clients with long-standing pain and illness ranging from unresolved back pain to infertility and weight gain.   Sarah trained originally in Osteopathic Medicine before continuing her professional training with the London School of Natural Medicine (LCNM) in Naturopathy. Sarah specialises in promoting optimum health for all age ranges, using specific techniques celloid mineral assessments, allergy testing and bio-typing to ensure a simple and effective road map to health and wellbeing.
Silvie has worked as a professional therapist since 2004, in both private practice and for companies such as the BBC, Morgan Stanley, Holmes Place, Oxfam and Cannons gyms. She has recently spent six months working in a holistic community in Thailand. Patients come to see Silvie with a variety of conditions, including back pain, digestive disorders, emotional complaints, endocrine disorders, headaches/migraines, menstrual problems, musculo-skeletal conditions, tension, trauma and whiplash.
Sophie trained in Central London with the highly regarded Clare Maxwell-Hudson in 2006 and continued training in 2007 when she completed a BTEC in Sports Injuries and Massage at St Thomas’ Hospital in Central London.   Many clients come for a treatment having injured themselves and she is always keen to help them. Sophie believes strongly in the psychological and physiological benefits of massage. She is continually developing her knowledge and skills and has recently qualified in pregnancy and post-natal massage.
Susan is a complementary therapy practitioner and practices; Aromatherapy Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Indian Head Massage, Japanese Facial Massage, No Hands Massage, Reiki, Reflexology and Hopi Ear Candling.
Tamara is a state registered dietitian and has worked in the NHS for 15 years. She also has an MSc in psychotherapy from the Metanoia Institute in London and works as a psychotherapist.
Tamara sees clients for dietary problems in her capacity as a nutritionist and has extensive experience in this field.
She also sees clients for psychotherapy. Tamara works in a person-centred style and sees therapy as a joint exploration with an aim to develop insight.