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Sunflower Cognitive Therapies will be hosting the Annual Sunflower Charity Ball to celebrate our 2nd Year in Business!     Join us in celebrating our 2nd birthday this year at Crathorne Hall Hotel on Friday 27th July.   Over the last 2 years, our Service has grown from strength to strength, providing Specialist Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Services to not only children, young people and adults privately, but also...

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Here comes the… SNOW?!

Here comes the… SNOW?!


Posted By on Mar 9, 2018 |

Here comes the… SNOW?! Monday 19th February first day after half term holidays I recall waving my husband and our 2 boys off to work and breakfast club and being greeted with equally tired eyes.  I started to experience a queasy sensation in the pit of my tummy, we were reaching the end of February and in the blink of an eye the half term holidays had been and gone!  Before heading off to work I put a post on Facebook describing...

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With the arrival of March next week; let’s consider some of the resolutions we made for 2018, after all January seems like a distant memory.   Common themes often to be associated with New Year’s resolutions are; Dry January, Healthy Eating, Gym and Fitness Centres offering discount memberships with no joining fees.   Some we dutifully try to keep and if you have managed to do this then well done, keep up the hard work, you...

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With just over a week until the big day, all of a sudden the festive buzz is back!   It only seems two minutes since people were planning Christmas 2016 and once again, everyone has stepped up the pace in preparation for this year’s festivities. Cafés and restaurants have reintroduced mulled wine and mince pies to their menus.  In the background, The Pogues, ‘Fairytale of New York’ can be heard over friend’s excited chatter.  All...

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Wishing the months away…

Wishing the months away…


Posted By on Oct 9, 2017 |

    Wishing the months away…   Strolling around the local supermarket the last Sunday in September… I find myself watching bewildered as staff are busy at work, stocking shelves whilst helping customers with their shopping.  Why is it, every couple of months, when people are finally familiarised with where to find the items they need, the store changes its layout? It just seems utterly crazy; like they want...

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