in person and online sessions

Depth and detail

Do you get the depth and detail from the questions you ask and the environment you create? The start Your style of welcome sets the scene. You try to create a comfortable and safe setting for the coming conversation and therapy/treatment. Every moment counts. How does...

Chronic pain lived experience

chronic pain is a lived experience This is an important way to think about chronic pain. The person is living the experience of chronic pain. There is a quality to that experience: what is it like? What is it like to be you in this moment? We can only find out by...

Chronic pain and Diet

Chronic pain and diet People often ask me whether their diet is important in their quest to overcome chronic pain. Yes, it’s very important.  However, here are several reasons.  What you feed your gut microbiome and when has an enormous impact on your health...

Humanitarian work in Gaza

Mission: chronic pain ~ Part 1 Richmond teaching in Gaza Saying yes In September I travelled to Gaza to deliver teaching and training on chronic pain. The mission was organised by Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP). On being asked, my initial reaction was excitement....

2022 clinics re-open

I hope that you have had a restful, joy-filled time over the festive period. Now thoughts turn toward the New Year when the clinics re-open. ** We will continue to follow the Covid-19 guidelines. The clinic schedule is outlined below, before a few words on the hope we...