Suicide Awareness Day

Suicide Awareness Day

This month will see the world marking Suicide Awareness Day.


World Suicide Prevention Day is observed on September 10th every year, in order to provide worldwide commitment and action to prevent suicides.


Various activities have taken place around the world since 2003 to raise awareness but also to help those suffering with depression and anxiety who may have thought of ending their lives.


Here at the Centre for Integral Health we are supporting a global movement - Access Consciousness - in hosting complimentary Access Bars sessions throughout the month of September.


Access Bars is an energetic body process, which involves the gentle touching of 32 points on your head.  These points, aka the Bars, store the electromagnetic component of all the thoughts, stress and locked up energy in your mind and body, relating to all areas of your life such as creativity, awareness, body, sexuality, joy, sadness, money, control, and many more.


Centre founder Ben Calder will be offering sessions to people suffering from anxiety or depression who are interested in learning about a new method of helping.


He said: “In recent years, there has been growing interest in the concept of subtle-energy processes, electro-magnetism, consciousness and physical well-being. Energy techniques such as Access Bars have found their way into prisons, schools and businesses worldwide.


“To mark World Suicide Prevention Day we will be offering free sessions to allow people suffering to lie back, relax and experience this unique technique. To allow people who are struggling to look for a different possibility - or a spark of hope!


“Scientific research by Dr. Terrie Hope PhD, DNM, CFMW published in the Journal of Energy Psychology:Theory, Research, and Treatment revealed the results of one 90-minute Access Bars session indicated a significant decrease in the severity of depression and anxiety.


“Access Bars has assisted thousands of people to improve many aspects of their body and life including insomnia, anxiety, depression, stress, migraines, panic attacks and OCD.”

You can learn more about Access Bars on our dedicated page

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About the Centre

The Centre for Integral Health was started in 2013 by director Ben Calder after studying Integral theory since 2011 and over 10 years of professional practice of kinesiology and Bowen fascia Release Technique, coupled with the desire to explore the application of the Integral Model in relation to health.

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