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I am now offering my services as a mind-body coach to consult with others on their mind-body symptoms. The conditions most commonly associated with mindbody syndrome are chronic knee, back, hip and neck pain (which may have been attributed to osteoarthritis or herniated discs), IBS, brain fog, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), diarrhoea, constipation, TMJ, Fibromyalgia and migraines, but I will consult clients with any stress-related chronic condition. Initial consultations are £120 for 1 hour or £60 GBP for 38 minutes. Clients may choose either option. Bookings can be made via email:

'My' TMS philosophy can be summarised in the phrase, 'knowledge is power', and is all about getting back to the basics. It is inspired by the approach of the late Doctor John Sarno, founder of the mindbody field, with an added spiritual dimension for those who are open to it. Sarno understood the crucial power of knowledge in healing and had a rare genius for not making recovery harder or more complicated than it needs to be. He told his patients that most pain and other symptoms were psychological in origin but physical and real in manifestation, a distraction from buried stress. Most of his patients did not need to know exactly which hidden emotions were causing their ailments; they merely had to recognise the symptoms and fear as defence mechanisms keeping powerful emotions from surfacing, ignore them and get on with their lives. This knowledge diminished fear, and fear is what keeps the problem going. On the whole, Dr. Sarno did not emphasise meditation or journalling and only referred a minority of his patients for psychotherapy. The majority of those who accepted Sarno's diagnosis of TMS (The Mindbody Syndrome), understood his concepts and were willing to resume normal activities recovered without psychotherapy or further intervention. Doctor Sarno didn't heal them; they healed themselves thanks to a proper understanding of his discoveries. Likewise, all I can do is help to awaken the healer within by sharing information based on my experiences. I like to make the process as simple, short and easy as possible.

That being said, some people need a method because information and 'not trying' haven't worked. Journalling was a huge part of my recovery and I have learned how to do it efficiently. I can also help to strengthen the will to heal; in my opinion, this is a very important factor in some cases.

If that sounds good, I'd be happy to hear from you.

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