14th December 2018
About Therapy

What’s the use of cancer counselling?

29th October 2018 Karin Sieger

Cancer affects the whole person – physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. I firmly believe in the role therapy can play in an integrated approach to cancer treatment. However, it is not uncommon for people (with or with no cancer) to [READ MORE]

Working it out

Relaxation made easy

29th October 2018 Karin Sieger

Relaxation made easy? Does that work? Mindfulness, meditation, yoga etc can feel like a daunting task, another time consuming chore, which we often feel just too restless to go anywhere near it. Relaxation requires an attitude, a way of [READ MORE]

How to achieve inner balance (c) KarinSieger.com
Working it out

How to achieve inner balance

29th October 2018 Karin Sieger

Inner balance is an enigma: so elusive,  frustrating and elating. We all need it. And we all want it. Inner balance is fragile, yet it gives us strength; physical, mental, emotional, spiritual; not permanent and changes with us. We have [READ MORE]

Decluttering: Clothes and Memories (c) KarinSieger.com
Motivating and Inspiring

Decluttering clothes and memories

29th October 2018 Karin Sieger

When I saw my old clothes in the second-hand charity shop my heart cried. Old memories and feelings started flooding back, and I even felt disloyal. Had the decluttering gone too far? Are you good at decluttering or do [READ MORE]

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About Therapy

Therapists are mortals, too

29th October 2018 Karin Sieger

Some years ago I found a lump in my right breast. In the week between tests and diagnosis I prepared a contingency plan, not for me but for my clients. My intuition told me this was cancer and, if [READ MORE]

Thought for the day

Tai Chi

29th October 2018 Karin Sieger

  The Tai Chi man was not by the tree. The soothing flow of motions was by the swings, moving us all, gently.   (c) Karin Sieger More Thoughts for the day  

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