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Reiki is a gentle but powerful “hands on” technique, which restores the natural balance in the body.


It provides deep relaxation thus evoking a sense of peace and wellbeing. It works on the emotions, mind and spirit as well as the physical body.


It complements but does not substitute the healing properties of all modalities, including orthodox medical treatment, natural therapies, massage, physiotherapy, etc. It can be given in conjunction with any other treatment and is safe, non-intrusive and non manipulative.


A full session takes approximately one hour. You may fall asleep, be silent or talk. During your Reiki treatment you lie on a table fully clothed, covered with a blanket. The practitioners’ hands are placed in specific sequence of positions on your head, front and back. They gently rest in each position for between three and five minutes.


After the treatment your body will be releasing toxins, so please drink plenty of water.

Reiki Healing
Energy Healing
Holding Hands


Counselling provides the client with an opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings with a sensitive and responsive listener. This can help people to come to terms with their own illness or that of a loved one.


Some people are fortunate in having support from their family while others find themselves isolated. People are often encouraged to be “positive” by their families whereas what they actually want to do is express their despair.


Counselling with its particular combination of understanding, concern and objectiveness can be of help to people in this situation. Although counselling can be difficult to ask for, people often find it a relief to talk to someone outside the family who can enable them to explore their feelings at all stages of the cancer



The benefits of counselling vary depending on the problems presented by the client. It can help alleviate feelings of isolation; assist in developing new coping mechanisms; help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression; enhance communication skills and promote a sense of control.


Our counsellors are experienced and fully qualified to Diploma level; they hold full accreditation with their professional body, or are currently working towards this.


Counselling and therapy staff are trained to support cancer patients, families and carers with a client led/centred approach. In addition, the clinical staff are fully supported with regular supervision/mentoring.


All of these services provided take place within a confidential and sensitive setting, and for those clients who are too ill to attend the support centres, the services can be provided within the comfort of their homes.

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