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The Hope Street Centre Newsletter - December 2011

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We hope you will stay with us to receive information on some exciting new services, workshops and events that we will be introducing in the New Year, as well as the usual topical information and articles. This month's newsletter includes...

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Table of Contents

Achieving your New Year’s Resolutions
Understanding the risks of pay day loans
Think Yourself Thin Therapy Workshop - Saturday 7th January 2-5pm
Case study: The Bowen Technique
Mastering your inner critic

January is the time of new beginnings when we think of New Year resolutions. Why is it that all too often these do not last beyond the end of the month? In this article I offer some tips for turning these aspirations into permanent change.


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According to Consumer Focus, ‘payday loans in the United Kingdom are a rapidly growing industry, with four times as many people using them in 2009 compared to 2006.  The average loan size is around £300, and two-thirds of borrowers have annual incomes below £25,000’.


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Think Yourself Thin Therapy Workshop - Saturday 7th January 2-5pm

Are you tired of diets that work for a while but then lose their effectiveness?  Would you like to change your relationship with food and drink forever?  Why not try our 'Think Yourself Thin Therapy' workshop at The Hope Street Centre in the New Year and start 2012 as you mean to go on?

Tianne Croshaw and Kelly Smith, both Clinical Hypnotherapists, have combined their expertise and knowledge to create this powerful and effective Inch Loss Workshop.


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Bowen is a gentle manual therapy that aims to balance tension in the body, resulting in deep relaxation. It is performed on skin but can be performed through light clothing. The practitioner applies a series of gentle moves at specific locations (on muscles, tendons, ligaments or nerves) which deliver signals to the nervous system. Bowen can have a positive affect not only the musculoskeletal framework, but also the nerves and internal organs.


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Do you worry that one day, those around you will realise that you are not capable of doing your job?  That you will be ‘found out’?  Do you continually worry that you aren't good enough to succeed? That, despite all of your achievements, you're just not capable or clever enough?  You're not alone.

Hope Street Centre Director and Psychotherapist Maurice Tomkinson, and The Mind Coach Tianne Croshaw use different but equally effective techniques to help individuals to overcome limiting self beliefs perpetuated by the inner critic. 


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About us

The Hope Street Centre is an independent centre located in the attractive rural market town of Sandbach in South Cheshire, with easy access to the M6 motorway and the railway network at Crewe.  The centre is readily accessible from the neighbouring towns of Congleton, Alsager, Middlewich, Holmes Chapel, Knutsford, Crewe, Kidsgrove, Winsford, Northwich, Warrington and Stoke on Trent.

Our Address: 10 Hope Street, SANDBACH, Cheshire, CW11 1BA
Telephone:      01270 764003

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