Adaptation Practice (Ap)
Ap is a unique, safe and reliable way to relieve stress, anxiety, depression, disturbing behaviour and related conditions, without antidepressants, tranquillisers or psychological therapies. Ap is unique in its understanding and approach: it is not a medical or psychological therapy. You can read what has been said about Ap. There are feature articles in The Times and The Guardian, testimonials from people who practise Ap, and a study in the British Journal of Medical Practitioners (BJMP).
Hello, my name is Clive Sherlock. I worked for many years as a hospital psychiatrist in the UK National Health Service (NHS), where I saw, first-hand, how all too often the treatments we were giving caused unpleasant and serious side effects – including addiction and suicide. Because of our lack of understanding and safe treatment of conditions like stress, anxiety, anger and depression, I pioneered a radically different approach – Adaptation Practice (Ap) – and have taught it ever since.
Training in Ap
Please take a look around the site to learn more about Ap. Perhaps a good place to start would be to read the feature article in The Times: Train your mind to fight depression by Anjana Ahuja.
and one in The Guardian: Depressed? Go and clean the kitchen by Anne Garvey.
If you have any questions, please contact me.
I hope you find this site helpful.
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