Watford WD24
07984 449342
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Here is my Covid-19 Risk assessment policy as per the National Council of Psychotherapists – Covid-19 Risk Assessment.

Here are a few links to my favourite ways to chill out and find balance. and some local services to Watford

Please subscribe to my YouTube meditation channel – Cwtch Meditations.  There are a variety of meditations and breathing techniques including a sleep talk down, which is below.  Meditation takes time to get the hang of, some days it will be ok, others a little trickier – it takes practice and is a huge tool for a peaceful mind.

Harris Hill is a gorgeous soul and expert in gender identity, providing support to the LGBTQ community and helping families support their loved ones through education. Harris has a fabulous free PDF to download packed full of information to get you up to speed – please access here MxHarrisHill.com.

Julia Jenkins, a beautful gentle soul, does the most amazing sound bath sessions in Croxley Green, Hertfordshire.  Bring a pillow and blanket and get ready to be blissed out, with those sound waves removing stress and energetic blocks within your body – click here to book.

Tash Leventis, owner of Earth Spirit on St Albans Road, Watford, has the most beautiful shop full of crystals and other delights.  She runs meditation groups, sound healing baths, wellbeing courses, readings and healing sessions.  Click here for her website.

Sarah Peel, Active Balance, Accupuncture and Japanese Spine Alignment, based in Rickmansworth.  She’s been brilliant for me, particuarly for injury, she has magic hands.  Click here for her website.

If you like a high energy dnb workout and fancy boxing your way out of frustration and into fitness Fight Klub is in the Watford area three times a week.  Click here for more info and now online at Fitfam.

Park run takes place every week at Cassio park – the motivation of running with around 500 other runners is awsome.  Click here for more details.

If you haven’t watched Ted talks before, you should!  They are funny, engaging and really brilliant for knowledge for self-help and self-care – click here – Ted Talks.

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Mind has a wealth of information about mental health issues

Herts Mind Network is a local charity that provides services such as wellbeing courses, peer mentoring, job clubs, financial advice as well as carers pottery classes, art, music and walking groups.

I also tutor for the New Leaf College, who offer free wellbeing courses covering a range of topics such as Creativity for Wellbeing, Daring to Dream, Five Ways of Wellbeing and Coping with Life’s Pressures.

Hertfordshire Nightlights provide an invaluable service between Friday evening and Monday evening to support those suffering with mental health issues and needing additional support. They are compassionate and experienced.  They’re currently running all through the week to help through this difficult time.

I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and I adhere to their ethical framework and code of ethics.  Should you want any further information, please access their website – http://www.bacp.co.uk. Find out more about Amanda.

My details are listed on the counselling directory, please click here if you’d like to view my profile.


A collection of local and national helplines


Meditation is very powerful. Just as the heart beats, the brain thinks but if you’re not in a good place, that inner self talk can be negative and feeling overwhelming. Quietening the mind can recharge your batteries and help you cope with the pressures of daily life in a more healthy, peaceful way. Meditations come in all forms, from positive affirmation meditations, to guided visualisation. Breathing techniques taking just a few moments to meditating for 10 minutes per day, longer if possible and an change your peace of mind but it takes practice.

Many people say to me that they can’t meditate, they’ve tried it, their mind is too busy.  That’s like expecting yourself to do a headstand the first time you do yoga or to paint an award winning picture the first time you pick up a paintbrush – it’s unrealistic.  If you’re struggling that much, then you need twice as much!  It takes practice and patience – find the right type of meditation that resonates with you.

You can find a huge range on You Tube or there are many apps you can use these days, like Stop, Breathe and Think, Headspace, Insight Timer.  There are also many Ted Talks online on a huge range of mental health and wellbeing talks that are just fantastic.

Phone: 07984 449342
Watford WD24