Free Resources

to help you on your recovery journey from Chronic Fatigue and Pain

The first step in recovery is building your understanding of how your mind and body are connected. Here are some resources to help get you started.

Stress Test

See how many life stresses you have and how these are affecting yor stress levels. You can use this tool to see your stress levels reducing as you travel through the treatment process.

Do the test

Head Space App

Free guided mindfulness - use this app to help you integrate mindfulness meditation into your daily life.

Get the app

Meditation Music

A selection of relaxing music to help you be mindful and enjoy some precious time out

Listen here

Journaling for Health

Some sounds advise about why writing our emotions down can help us see things more clearly and reduce our stress reactions

Learn about Journaling


Want to know more about the Mind Body Approach?

I'm creating a series of blogs that I hope will be useful in explaining the cutting-edge science behind this approach. There are also many excellent texts and websites that give more information on the mind body approach. Here are a few that I have found particularly helpful. However, do look into this approach for yourself. It is identified under several different labels:
Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS)                 Mind-Body Syndrome (MBS)                 Psychophysiological Disorder (PPD)                Stress Illness

Useful Links

  • John Sarno pioneered the mind-body concept in the 1970's and has used it to help thousands of people recover from chronic health conditions over the years.
  • TMS Wiki is a huge resource for information on TMS and recovery stories.
  • SIRPA (Stress Illness Recovery) was set up in the UK by Georgie Oldfield.

Further Reading

  • 'The Divided Mind' by John Sarno
  • 'Biology of Belief' by Bruce Lipton
  • 'Chronic Pain - your key to Recovery' by Georgie Oldfield
  • 'They can't find anything Wrong' by David Clarke
  • 'When the body says no: exploring the stress-disease connection' by Gabor Mate