Tree of Life Clinic -
Healing Mind, Body & Spirit
a: 17 Percy Street, W1T 1DU
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"The Journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" Lao Tzu
Healing Mind, Body and Spirit!
A very warm welcome to Tree of Life Clinic! At Tree of Life Clinic we offer specialist therapeutic services for a range of mental health needs, from existential concerns to complex psychological difficulties. We also provide bespoke therapeutic programmes and treatment packages specifically for trauma, sex and relationship difficulties, eating disorders and Body Dysmorphic Disorders (BDD). Our exeptional clinicians specialise in short and long-term therapy for adults, adolescents and children.
Our approach is holistic, tailored to address the whole person: mind, body and spirit. At Tree of Life Clinic, you can be sure you will receive therapy tailored to your individual needs. No two people are the same, despite the fact that they may experience the same difficulty, e.g. PTSD, anxiety, low self-esteem, addiction(s), eating disorders, body-image issues, sexuality or relationship difficulties. We all have different personalities, lifestyles, backgrounds, coping mechanisms, strengths and weaknesses, and therapy can be effective, when it is tailored to address all of these factors. Whatever the level of support you need, we are here to help!
Our mission is to help you find your path towards transformation, wellness and a fulfilling life.
4 Ways to Cultivate the Healing Power of Gratitude
March 30, 2019
“You were given life; it is your duty (and also your entitlement as a human being) to find something beautiful within life, no matter how slight.”—Elizabeth Gilbert
Gratitude is perhaps the most powerful force that we can use to improve the quality of our lives, find happiness and fulfilment, create and maintain loving relationships and improve our health. Knowing what we are grateful for in life means knowing who we are, what matters to us and what makes each day meaningful. Robert Emmons and Michael McCullough (2003) found that people who practice gratitude experience greater emotional well-being and physical health than those who don’t. Read More