01789 292052

Many therapists are now offering face-to-face appointments, most counsellors are also offering sessions online or by phone.

The Lifeways house is open for counselling and touch therapies – if you are seeking therapy please call our office on 01789 292052 or email info@lifewaystherapycentre.com. We will do our best to signpost you towards someone who can help. You can find out about the therapists who work from Lifeways under the Therapies tag of this website.

Our community garden is open for bookings and socially distanced visits—please contact our office as above.

Sending you warm wishes during this difficult time. We can’t wait to welcome you back to Lifeways.

James and Angela.

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How to Stay Sane Whilst Home Schooling

Then end of lockdown may be in sight, but those with young children could still be facing a few more weeks of home schooling. Ollie Coach, Belinda Wells, herself a former teacher, discusses how to look after your own wellbeing and that of your children whilst everyone is still at home together.

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Anxiety Is Your Lookout

Did you know that anxiety is a type of anchor? It is a mental anchor, which is associated with the unwanted feelings caused by memories or events that have caused us distress in our past. So, whenever something happens in the present that might remind us of those feelings, our anxiety anchor is quick to act.

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New Hope in Lockdown

On the evening of Monday 23rd March, I made a dash down to our office where I speedily packed up bags and boxes with whatever I thought I might need to run a counselling service from my house. Over the previous few days, the New Hope team had tried to imagine and plan ways we could continue during lockdown. Then it happened.

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Building Resilience in Children

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Belinda Wells, one of Lifeways counsellors shares her inspirational advice for a happier day.

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James Pavitt, Lifeways Manager, reflects on the positives.

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