Professional Standards Authority Report

As therapist we are listed on the FHT’s Complementary Healthcare Therapist Register (http://fht.org.uk/register).  We are really pleased to see a report published by the Professional Standards Authority (http://fht.org.uk/AR/report), which highlights that practitioners on an Accredited Register can help governments and public bodies achieve their aim to improve health and transform services.
It shows employers, commissioners and the public that they can have confidence in Accredited Registers and their registrants’. This is a really positive step towards a truly integrated health care service that will help to improve the nation’s
health and wellbeing. Please ‘like’ / ‘share’ this great news.

Busy week this week

Busy week here at Hands 4 Wellbeing

In addition to supporting our regular clients we are also attending the Voluntary Sector Form at Newcastle Council Chambers on Wednesday, attending a Social Enterprise meeting at Staffs Uni on Thursday and finalising our first free workshop at M&S Wolstanton on Thursday 17th March – a couple of places still left – contact us to book to make sure you have a space.

All very exciting …

Introductory Wellbeing Workshop

We are excited to announce a FREE introductory workshop for anyone affected by chronice or life limiting illnesses & their carers at the new Marks & Spencer store in Wolstanton Retail Park.

During this workshop you will learn a range of self help relaxation techniques.

Places are limited and booking is essential – first come first served.

You can book your place through several ways.

Click on the following link to book your ticket through Eventbrite

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/introduction-to-wellbeing-workshop-tickets-15666030519

OR if you would rather contact us directly

Please call 07974202210 or 01782 504095

World Cancer Day

World cancer day started with the news that 1 in 2 of us will be at some point affected by cancer  – because we are living longer.
We have both been personally affected by cancer and because of this it is why our service exists.
Both from personal experience and from the evidence available, we know Complementary Therapies can support your quality of life.
At a funding conference tomorrow at Keele to see what help is available to help us grow and do more.

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