Simon Painter – depression
‘Even now I am taken aback by the speed at which my mood and outlook changed upon putting myself fully into Ap. I was
surprised to find it was nothing remotely like psychotherapy or group therapy.’ Click here to read the full testimonial.
Abigail Hall – anxiety and depression
‘We have the thoughts; we have the feelings; but where is the heart? I thought my heart was dead, but now I know I have a heart and it is alive and well again. Click here to read the full testimonial.
Chris John – GP study
‘… we have chosen to try to avoid discomfort and as a result have become emotionally unfit. Just look around; there are myriad distractors and panaceas …’ Click here to read the full testimonial.
Jenny Fuller – Anorexia
‘I was anorexic and had been for over ten years. Nothing worked. It was a game, but didn’t feel like one, …’ Click here to read the full testimonial.
Laurence Browning – professional anxiety and depression
Adaptation practice is the opposite of passivity: it is at all times active and engaging. I am sure I have been a far better doctor, husband and father because of this and I can say so because my patients, colleagues, staff, wife and children all tell me so. Click here to read the full testimonial.
Margaret Adamson – Anxiety and stress
‘there had been deep-seated issues with cyclical thinking and patterns of behaviour that I needed to look at in the eye.’ Click here to read the full testimonial.
Kate Trenners – stress, anxiety and depression
After opening to small emotions such as the annoyance of dropping a pen, moving to rather more annoying events such as knocking a pile of papers on to the floor and having to re-arrange them, we become able to manage more serious emotions such as anger at the way drivers speed down the road or worse still at what is going on in the world. Click here to read the full testimonial.