Covid-19 update:

I am continuing to offer support and therapy services during this time. All therapy sessions are by video (e.g. Zoom, Skype) or telephone call. Training courses for professionals will be regularly reviewed and postponed where necessary. No new bookings for courses are being taken at this time. Wishing you steadiness, peace and hope.

“It has helped to turn my life around.”

Kevin Cullinan

“It will change your life in the best way.”

Rachel

Services and therapies

All therapy sessions take place in Salford or online

Yoga Therapy : a body based approach to mental and physical health.

Trauma Therapy : a body based approach to processing and recovering from Trauma, PTSD etc. This is an integrative approach based on years of varied training and experience.

Yoga-Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Y-CBT): a combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Kundalini Yoga. More info coming soon.

Emotional Freedom Techniques : also known as 'tapping' or EFT, similar to acupuncture but without needles. Can be used for a range of problems including addiction and Trauma.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing : also known as EMDR. Recommended for the treatment of PTSD in the NICE guidelines. Often available on the NHS.

Ayurveda Diet and Lifestyle : a holistic approach to health including tongue and pulse diagnosis. Recommendations may include herbal supplements, massage, yoga, lifestyle and food. 

 

DID-friendly therapist - yes

Autism / ASD-friendly therapist - yes

Committed to being an anti-racist therapist

Susi holds international accreditation as a Yoga Therapist from the International Association of Yoga Therapists and is on the nationwide UK Government register, the CNHC. General Medical Council guidance to doctors confirms they can refer patients to practitioners on Accredited Registers, including the CNHC register.

 

“Both the Government and the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) recommend that when a patient or service user chooses to visit a health or care practitioner who is unregulated, only those on an accredited register are consulted”. (Jane Ellison MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health, November 2015).

Susi Wrenshaw, founder of Trauma Therapy Manchester is a body based therapist specializing in Mental Health, Trauma and Attachment. 

"Humans have survived so much. Healing from Trauma is natural. But there are many things that get in the way. I am here to support you with the knowledge, experience and methods that will help your body and mind to recover. I offer a non-judgmental, welcoming space in which to reconnect to yourself in the safety of a reliable, accepting therapeutic relationship."

  • More Than Words: How to bring the body into therapy: for Clinical Psychologists, Counsellors, Mental Health Nurses, CAMHS etc.

  • For Yoga Teachers, Yoga Therapists or Clinical Psychologists.

  • Clinical support, business advice, training guidance.

"I would strongly recommend this course. After trying various methods of treatment, I've found this is the one I've had most control of and therefore got the most out of. Absorb yourself into each session and be yourself"

J.C, Manchester, anxiety and depression course

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“Both the Government and the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) recommend that when a patient or service user chooses to visit a health or care practitioner who is unregulated, only those on an accredited register are consulted”. (Jane Ellison MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health, November 2015).

 

General Medical Council guidance to doctors confirms they can refer patients to practitioners on Accredited Registers, such as CNHC's.