We are your One-Stop Shop for complementary
health therapies from our clinic in Alyth, Blairgowrie,
Perthshire – close to the Angus border and convenient for
clients from Perth, Dundee, Tayside and Fife.
Complementary therapies, alongside
conventional medical care, can help to improve quality of life
and support to clients living with certain chronic conditions
and issues such as:
Fears, phobias, panic attacks, including
our specialist fear of flying course
Supporting therapies offered include Classical
Homeopathy, CEASE Therapy for autism, Food Intolerance Testing,
Clinical Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and
Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP). You’ll find more details
Anxiety & stress, exam, interview or public speaking nerves
Food, nutrition and dietary issues
Personal and social confidence, self-esteem issues
Working with unhelpful habits, e.g. smoking, alcohol, cannabis, nail-biting, hair-pulling, stuttering & tics
Working with weight issues and eating disorders
Sleep issues and insomnia
Helping in managing pain
Autistic spectrum and ADHD
Psychosexual problems such as impotence, frigidity & gender dysphoria
Physical conditions, exacerbated by stress or emotional aspects, e.g. IBS, headaches and migraines, skin problems, and menopause
Clients should always consult their GP to ensure complaints are not linked to an underlying medical problem.
Supporting therapies offered include Classical Homeopathy, CEASE Therapy for autism, Food Intolerance Testing, Clinical Hypnotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP). You’ll find more details below.
Andrea is a fully qualified and experienced professional Classical Homeopath and is your consultant for Classical Homeopathy, CEASE Therapy for autism, and Food Intolerance Testing.
Prior to college training as a homeopath, Andrea was a nurse for 13 years and then went on to run her own complementary therapy business. She also taught at a private complementary therapy college and was a lecturer in complementary therapies at a Higher Education College in North-East Scotland. At her Perthshire clinic, the client can expect a private consultation with the highest standard of confidentiality and personal care.
Dip.AH GQHP CNHC reg.
Harry is a fully qualified and
experienced clinical hypnotherapist. He holds the Diploma in
Analytical Hypnotherapy (Dip.AH), is
registered with the General Hypnotherapy Register and is a
Validated Practitioner (GQHP) with the General Hypnotherapy
Standards Council. He is registered for
hypnotherapy with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare
Council. Harry is also
experienced in assisting clients
requiring Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and
Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP). Continued professional registration
requires adherence to a strict code of ethics and
undertaking regular CPD training.
Both Harry and Andrea are fully insured and
PVG/Disclosure Scotland checked for you total peace of mind.
Both Harry and Andrea are fully insured and PVG/Disclosure Scotland checked for you total peace of mind.
Hypnotherapists use techniques that bring about deep relaxation and in this focused state the client is unusually responsive to an idea or image that will benefit their health - but a hypnotist cannot control the person's mind and free will!
therefore completely safe,
wonderfully relaxing and can be very effective in dealing
with a host of issues including stress, weight loss
(including the hypnotic gastric band), eating
disorders, anxiety, panic, phobias, unwanted habits and
addictions (e.g. smoking, overeating, alcoholism), disrupted
sleep patterns & insomnia, lack of confidence and low self-esteem, fear
of flying, fear of examinations, driving
test and public speaking nerves, migraine and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Additionally, it has proved
beneficial in pain
management and with sporting, business and
artistic performance enhancement.
Find out more about our hypnotherapy service
Find out more about our hypnotherapy service here
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is
a talking therapy that can help you manage your problems by
changing the way you think and behave. It is most commonly
used to treat anxiety and depression, but can be useful for
other mental and physical health problems, including
obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), panic attacks,
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), phobias, weight loss,
eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia, and sleep
problems such as insomnia. Find out
more about CBT
more about CBT
A core principle of NLP is 'If you always do what you've always done you will always get what you've always got'. In other words, if your current behaviour is unconsciously not getting you what you want in life then by making this unconscious behaviour conscious, you can make more resourceful choices and get a better result!
Many people study NLP to help them
become more effective in their chosen field. The patterns
can be employed across a wide area of applications ranging
from fields as diverse as: education (all
levels), team building & training, sales
& marketing, business & management, negotiation, personal
& professional development, leadership and coaching,
relationships (personal & professional) .
More about NLP
. More about NLP here
CEASE is the Complete Elimination of Autistic Spectrum Expression. Although synonymous with Autism, it is also now being widely used for many other conditions such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Asperger's Syndrome and other diseases where the immune system is compromised. The increased use of medication, environmental stresses and travel vaccines all play their part in contributing to these spectrum conditions.
Children, in particular babies and
young children, are very sensitive to toxins and in the case
of Autism the toxins have overloaded the system with an
accumulation of stress factors. These can be many things
including allopathic drugs, insufficient nutrients and
environmental factors, added to which is the ever increasing
number of vaccines a child receives before the age of two
years. CEASE Therapy treats Autism and other conditions
using a combination of detoxing the causative factors with
Homeopathic remedies, dietary changes, supplements and
constitutional Homeopathy treatment.
More about CEASE therapy
More about CEASE therapy here
Homeopathy works on the principle that 'like cures like' - in other words a substance that causes particular symptoms in a healthy person may modify the same symptoms in a sick person. This 'law of similars' was understood by Aristotle and Hippocrates and also referred to in ancient Hindu texts.
Homeopathy is a holistic medicine that aims to treat the whole person, but different people with the same complaint may exhibit different symptoms. For this reason each case needs to assessed by detailed careful analysis of the clients physical and emotional symptoms in order to arrive at the appropriate remedy. Homeopathic remedies are prepared by combining serial dilution and 'succussion' (vigorous shaking).
We will explain the process of your treatment and the principles of homeopathy. In order to arrive at the appropriate remedy we will need to discuss (in some detail) your lifestyle, diet, sleep patterns, medical history, family and much more. For this reason your first consultation may up to two hours, although follow-ups will be somewhat shorter. Please be assured that all personal information is securely held and is totally confidential. After a detailed analysis, a homeopathic remedy is then selected that most closely matches your unique pattern of symptoms.
Homeopathy can be used effectively and
safely for all - from babies and children to adults,
including women during pregnancy. Homeopathic remedies are
safe and non-addictive and can be taken alongside
prescription drugs. The remedies are normally taken in
tablet or pillule form, but can available as a liquid.
More about homeopathy
More about homeopathy
Food intolerance is not, unlike a food allergy, a reaction by the body's immune system. Symptoms may be slower to manifest and may persist for several hours, and a person may be intolerant to a number of foods or groups of foods. Sometimes a person can tolerate a certain amount of a food but if they eat too much or too frequently then symptoms arise.
Dietary factors contributing to conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Asthma, Eczema, Migraine, Thrush, PMT, High Blood Pressure, Sinusitis, and Glue Ear in children can often be identified by food intolerance testing. Symptoms are varied and can include headaches, low energy, tiredness, constipation, diarrhoea, bloating, nausea, vomiting, IBS, skin rashes, joint pain, dark circles under the eyes, night sweats, chronic runny or blocked nose, etc. In food allergy, the symptoms are usually predictable. With food intolerance, a much wider range of symptoms may occur which can make diagnosis more difficult.
A food intolerance consultation will include a detailed appraisal of the client's diet and lifestyle, followed by kinesiology (muscle testing) for the specific intolerances. Advice regarding any required adjustments to diet and lifestyle will then be provided and assistance offered to support these changes, such as nutritional advice and recipe suggestions. A follow-up consultation will review progress and fine-tune the recommendations. Read more about food intolerance and food allergy issues here