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Resolving conflicts with your inner self

Listening to our inner self is unique to the individual but, answer this if you can, what voice do you hear most often, that positive, compassionate and nurturing one (when we are our own best friend) or that negative, pessimistic and corrosive one (the bully that resides in all of us)? This conflict with our [...]

By |2021-01-18T07:42:15+00:0018th January 2021|Blog Post, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Your 2021 Guide to Positive Affirmations

This month we will consider the power of affirmations. As a solution focused practitioner, I am committed to helping people identify the solutions that are right for them, providing a safe, nurturing and non-judgemental package of support to improved wellbeing, so I am an advocate of positive thought. Why use positive affirmations? Often people will [...]

By |2020-12-17T12:39:21+00:0017th December 2020|Blog Post, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Taking things in your stride

In 1983, Mathew Wilder, so eloquently said, ‘Ain’t nobody going to break-a my stride’. This statement epitomises those people around us whom appear to ‘take everything in their stride’. Often these people will maintain a positive outlook on life and an obvious resilience that flies in the face of the constant flux that has come [...]

By |2020-11-20T09:52:14+00:0019th November 2020|Blog Post, Uncategorized|0 Comments

How would you rank your Emotional Intelligence?

In this blog I will be introducing the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EQ), what it is to be emotionally intelligent and the difference this will have on our own lives and the people that matter to us. There is an established societal value of IQ, a person’s reasoning ability.  However, as important is a person’s [...]

By |2020-11-19T10:32:04+00:0019th November 2020|Blog Post, Uncategorized|2 Comments

You are Braver than you Believe

“You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think” A A Milne Do you ever find yourself talking in a critical way to yourself? Such as “if only I had…”, “why on earth can’t I seem to ….”, ”how could I be so stupid…again…”. “I’m not confident enough to [...]

By |2020-10-27T13:48:20+00:0027th October 2020|Blog Post, Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Rhythm of Life is A Powerful Beat

There is a cycle to, or as Sammy Davies Jr put it a ‘Rhythm of life’ but, all too often that ‘rhythm’ can cause us to repeat patterns of negative, emotional behaviour(s) that fuse concepts and beliefs that, in turn, cause many to ‘feel’ overwhelmed, disillusioned with an increased sense of foreboding. The Seasons provide [...]

By |2020-10-19T12:26:53+01:0019th October 2020|Blog Post, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Teen Parental Survival 101 – Acknowledge, Accept, Take Action

We are all having to cope with a lot in a COVID19 world and if you’re a parent or carer of a teen you will undoubtedly have more on your plate than ever! This months blog will focus on providing some knowledge and insight for the all important ‘tool box’ when it comes to coping, [...]

By |2020-09-15T21:12:46+01:0015th September 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Moving past mental fog into the sunshine of action and clarity!

When driving in fog it is advisable to put your fog lights on but, it is my experience, all too many of us forget.  We struggle on regardless despite the simple fact that driving would be easier and our lives, and that of others, would be safer if we’d just turn those fog lights on. [...]

By |2020-09-15T21:13:58+01:0014th August 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Could this internal ‘barometer’ finally help you weather the storm of mental health?

In practice I seek to empower clients, providing the tools to better understand behaviour so that the individual has the knowledge to affect the changes they seek for their life. This article seeks to ‘triangulate’ research and methodology previously discussed in my December and January blogs... Not read them yet? Click here to read my [...]

By |2020-02-12T13:42:13+00:0010th February 2020|Blog Post, Uncategorized|0 Comments

How you can ‘change your brain’ to enable you to cope better with stress and anxiety

There is a ‘fine line’ between stress and anxiety.  These two words now seem to have become part of our everyday language. They go hand in hand, with our daily interactions, often a consequence of our busy lives. There always seems so much to do, regardless of the season, however at this time of year, [...]

By |2020-01-10T16:06:16+00:0025th November 2019|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Rowan House is now under new ownership and will be going through a stage of transition.  Whilst a large proportion of the building will be converted into a veterinary practice the front of the building will be reconfigured into a 6/7 roomed office/therapy suite centre.  We (the original owners) are working closely with the new owners to relocate as many of our long standing practitioners into this area, should they wish to stay.  To find out more about existing and previous therapists and their plans please follow the link to our practitioners page.

If you have a voucher for the centre then you can either use these in Kin Café up until Christmas, or they can be refunded.  To request a refund please email accounts@rowanhousecentre.co.uk by 23rd December 2021, stating the voucher number, expiry date and voucher amount. Any vouchers not used or refunded by 23rd December will become invalid.

Rooms are still available to rent as offices and therapy rooms on a full time and part time basis.  For enquiries please email info@rowanhousecentre.co.uk

The new owners are currently looking for the perfect new operator who would like to take over the lease at Café Kin as an ongoing business concern.  In the meantime the café will continue to be run by the existing staff but with a reduced menu and opening hours.  If you are interested in knowing more about running the café space from Rowan House please email admin@wymondhamvets.com.

Quote from Wymondham Vets:  “We are extremely excited to be moving our independent veterinary clinic to the heart of Hethersett and feel very lucky to have the opportunity to make Rowan House our new home. With the addition of parking and a lovely café, we are hoping to offer a family feel veterinary clinic to the heart of Hethersett”