The Wellbeing clinic would like to welcome Nilam to the team. Nilam is a qualified Beauty Therapist with one of the highest qualifications in Beauty Level 2 and level 3 CIBTAC with specialisation in Massage and Facial therapy. She trained for 2 years for CIBTAC qualifications in Oxford International College of Beauty. Her speciality is […]
The Wellbeing clinic would like to welcome Edit Fahey to the team. Originally a psychologist Edit developed an interest in complementary medicine and in the oriental approach that provides a unifying and dynamic view of the body-mind,where mental processes are not considered to be distinct and separate from physical events.She graduated in London at the […]
We would like to warmly welcome Silvie Hylton-Potts back to the Wellbeing Clinic. 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 […]
The Wellbeing clinic would like to welcome Psychotherapist Catherine Gundry to the team. Catherine has a career that has spanned almost fifty years. This includes residential care and treatment, community activism, management, charity governance and leadership training, as well as twenty years in private practice as a Core Process Psychotherapist. She is an experienced trainer and supervisor […]
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Sunday 24th May 10-5pm
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A long-awaited English translation of a Swiss Federal Report on research into Homeopathy has finally been published that concludes that ‘Homeopathy is effective, cost-effective and safe’ (the Swiss Health Technology Assessment (HTA) report on homeopathy).
We have been made aware that there is a company using the name Wellbeing making cold calls to elderly people pursuading them that they should buy Rosehip Oil for various medicinal reasons.
If someone calls you trying to sell you Wellbeing Rosehip Oil, please be aware that it is nothing to do with The Wellbeing Clinic and we would advise you to not buy products over the phone from cold callers, no matter how legitimate it may sound.
We are delighted to announce that we are now an official stockist of Pukka products. Pukka Herbs was founded in 2002 and makes high quality organic and fairtrade herbal supplements, bio nutrients and teas, all inspired by Ayurveda.