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Psychological therapies subject to postcode lottery

Three quarters of NHS authorities are still failing to meet national targets on recovery from mental health problems, according to new data.

Recovery rates varied massively across the country according to the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC). 204 more words


Therapies, making them work for you :)

We are all a work in progress and we are seldom as broken as we may believe.

As i discussed in previous articles; how can you fix something if you are broken yourself, it will come as no surprise to many that if the “thing” that is broken is yourself or even a loved one, fixing any behavioural issue or problem offers a huge new set of challenges to deal with. 2,170 more words

Health And Well Being

Art Therapy

Sometimes the best therapy is making something fun with stuff you already have laying around the house. Of course in my case, I did run out to buy new polyfill to stuff these dolls with and some embroidery thread. 142 more words

Jeanie Mossa

BioRestorative Therapies Granted Key Metabolic Patent

Nov 19, 2015 OTC Disclosure & News Service MELVILLE, N.Y., Nov. 19, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) BioRestorative Therapies, Inc. ( BRT or the Company ) (OTCQB:BRTX), a life sciences company focused on stem cell-based therapies, today announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued a US patent covering methods related to BRT s metabolic program (ThermoStem® Program). 93 more words

Quiet the Mind

I try to meditate every day but there are times I just can’t. Sometimes there is a hamster spinning on a wheel inside my head. He does not stop for days and nights whenever I have a lot going on – business and personal matters spin and tumble around keeping me ragged. 174 more words

Jeanie Mossa

Ego, Medicine and RSD

No, this isn’t a blog bashing your doctor’s sh*tty bedside manner. It’s also not about the doctor who makes you feel like you don’t understand your own condition (even though you have a feeling you “get it” maybe more than she does). 300 more words

abodyofhope reblogged this on aBodyofHope and commented:

If you are being treated for any chronic illness, this is a thought provoking read. I would like to add that over the last 11 years, I have watched people try surgical, natural, and sometimes whacky treatments to find relief. So often, it was the most unlikely vitamin or oil that would finally cause the effect they had been searching for. That is why I really appreciate this writer's view.