For this month's Cedar Garden Sessions, Hannah speaks with Sarah MacDonald (affectionately known as Sarah Mac), who has been at Penny Brohn for several years. Find out more about her reasons for staying at Penny Brohn so long and her favourite dunkable biscuit.
Enter our competition to win two tickets to Trew Fields 2018, the UK's first holistic health & cancer awareness festival and hear from Sophie Trew about how she came to use the Bristol Whole Life Approach.
We asked Sarah Clark, cognitive behavioural and solution-focused coach, to write about increasing resilience during times of change and how the Bristol Whole Life Approach can help with this process.
Volunteering can be rewarding and it is a great way to make a big difference in your community, meet new people and gain new skills. We have compiled a list of 10 different ways you can lend your skills and time.
We're pleased to be able to share this guest blog post from Sarah Ambe, of HealthWatch Bristol, who has written about her experiences of going for a mammogram for the first time.
We teamed up with The Stress Hacker for a piece about using mindfulness and meditation to keep our 'ego mind' in check. Find out what Sue has to say about meditation techniques.
It's time for yet another Cedar Garden Sessions, where Hannah, our Brand & Web Marketing Officer, will be interviewing members of the Penny Brohn UK team to find out more about them and the work they do behind the scenes to keep our services up and running.