We see people who have suffered trauma or serious stress that has undermined their ability to live their life as fully as they would like, including:
Following any trauma individuals can react in a wide variety of ways. For some they are able to process it and move on, but for others it creates an on-going cycle of fear, anxiety, flashbacks, nightmares or disconnection.
We see people who have suffered bereavement and loss, be that from natural or violent causes; those who have been subjected to abuse either as a child or an adult; relationship issues; depression; generalised anxiety; or when people have never been well following a particular incident.
Many of these people are seeking help just to move on with their lives and not for fertility.
Sadly, too many women experience a traumatic birth which may lead to postnatal depression, difficulty bonding with their child and a profound fear about any subsequent pregnancy and birth. For some women this can be severe enough to lead to PTSD - which may include flashbacks, pervasive anxiety about everyday activities, inability to experience enjoyment - including from sex with their partner and a sense of isolation and guilt.
It is not simply those births where dramatic problems have occurred that can lead to these problems - women can be made to feel that they are "making a fuss", and they "should be happy if they have a live/healthy baby". This minimisation and failure to recognise the trauma some women have experienced further entrenches and exacerbates the problems.
We take a unique approach with homeopathy & homeopathic counselling - we identify the problem and exactly where the mind or emotions are stuck, and give a remedy or series of remedies which enables the mind to address the problem and create balance, and brings perspective and a sense of resolution.
For many people the thought of discussing and dissecting issues feels quite frightening. Although people may have had counselling or similar in the past, for a number of people this may not have lead to a resolution of the problem. Some people have still found they are unable to fully move on with their lives.