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Mind & Body

Depression, anxiety and the impact of low self-esteem can be stored in the biological cells of our bodies, creating physiological and psychological tension and suffering.


 Working with mind and body together, to support healing and self-connection, in therapy can be a transformational experience. 

About This Service

What is Mind & Body Therapy?

Underpinned by the Person-Centred approach to therapy, basic nutrition, exercise, and mindfulness-based interventions, this approach considers your individual holistic needs. We can work together to create a plan for holistic wellness, or respond to your individual needs as we go. This might integrate exercise, basic nutrition and mindfulness with the core therapeutic approach if this feels helpful to you. 

What might each element involve?

Integrative Psychotherapy: this is one-to-one 'traditional' psychotherapy facilitated over Zoom, where we meet weekly or fortnightly to explore anything that feels important to you. My core approach is Person-Centred, integrating cognitive behavioural models and mindfulness interventions if this feels helpful to you.  


Basic Nutritional Support: this element of our work together (if this feels relevant and appropriate to your needs) focuses on the relationship between food and mental health. We will look at current research, elements of psychonutrition, your personal relationship with food, and exploration around nutritional change. 

Movement / Exercise: this might involve a combination of movement and psychotherapy, where we explore any part of your life and experience that needs support and space whilst engaging in an appropriate form of exercise - this might be your own choice of movement or yoga supported by me. This work is likely to follow on from the non-movement focussed therapy appointments. This element of my approach is focussed on research suggestions the positive impact of movement on healing (specifically, with depression, anxiety, trauma and low-self-esteem). This might also be a supportive space for clients who find it difficult to incorporate movement into their routine. 

Mindfulness Teaching: 

Other points: cycle-informed




An example of a month's bespoke plan might look like: 

  • Four 'traditional' therapy sessions - online using Zoom 

  • Two movement and therapy integrated sessions - online using Zoom (this might be a guided yoga session, for example, or a long walk, whilst having the option to engage in therapy at the same time)

  • One 'basic nutritional' support session - online using Zoom, this might include exploration around nutritional intake with specific focus on the psycho-nutrition relationship. 

  • Mindfulness teaching - this might be specific teaching sessions as well as bespoke meditation recordings

How Might This Approach Help Me?
About Kimberley 





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