Therapist of Month

In recognition and celebration of World Mental Health Awareness Day

Thursday 10th October,

Lisa Donnelly-Brown is our Therapist of the Month for October

Block Clearance Therapist
Leader of ‘Corse Intuitives’ Spiritual Development group

*SPECIAL OFFER*
15% discount for all Block Clearance appointments throughout October
Contact Lisa to book

Terms – appointment to be within October

 

Lisa answers our three fun and thought-provoking questions…

What is your favourite thing about being a therapist?
For those on a journey of self-discovery, I love being able to explore the complexities and workings of the soul with them, especially when they have those ‘light-bulb’ moments. For those who are going through periods of major transition, stress or illness it can be wonderful to see how they evolve over their sessions. They may become freer and lighter or simply ready to trust and embrace life again after healing and overcoming their obstacles.

What is the most helpful thing (life lesson) you’ve learned since training?
Marking your achievements! If we don’t mark where we have come from we risk 2 things happening: 1/ We may arrive at a destination without knowing how we got there and therefore feel our arrival is premature. 2/ By not marking our progress along the way we risk sending a message to our psyche that we aren’t ready to let go of what has been passed…  Early cultures had rites of passage for a reason. Celebrate your successes!

If you ruled the world (starting tomorrow) what would be the first thing you would do?
To help change things positively for all I would decree free education, access to therapy and a world-wide dialogue to encourage people to become more self-aware and aware of the patterns and behaviours of others. So many of the problems in the world are created by people in leading positions who are unaware of their inner wounds and so go on to project their insecurities, fears and traumas on to the outer world. Improving the world starts on the inside. Our psyche, our subconscious creates our lens and perception of the outer world. By gaining understanding of our inner world, by understanding what makes it tick and what makes it block, we can be freed to positively change our outer world.

 

“When you shut down your emotion, you are also affecting your immune system,
your nervous system. So the repression of emotion, which is a survival strategy,
then becomes a source of physiological illness later on
”.

Gabor Matè

 

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