Touch


By Katherine Ukleja The Fulcrum, Issue 80 May 2020 Wise, seeing, feeling, thinking fingers W.G. Sutherland Touch is the cornerstone of craniosacral therapy. There are many manual therapies and ours relies on highly-refined, gentle, mindful touch, attuned to subtle phenomena. As practitioners, we use our entire sensorium and employ whole-body listening including interoception, regarded as … Continue reading Touch

Look After Yourself Properly and Your Tinnitus Will Take Care of Itself


by Julian Cowan Hill MA UKCP RCST When you work with hundreds of people with tinnitus, certain patterns become clear. The core issue seems to be learning how to let go at a deep level and, once a person becomes able to do this, symptoms get better. In this article I want to show that … Continue reading Look After Yourself Properly and Your Tinnitus Will Take Care of Itself

CST Awareness Week 2019: Integrated Healthcare


by Beatrice Doubble The Fulcrum, Issue 79 January 2020 There has been an explosion of interest in wellbeing and holistic healthcare over the past few years, and the latter has become increasingly acceptable, if not the preferred choice, for many people who aren’t getting their needs met through conventional medicine. With increased demands on NHS … Continue reading CST Awareness Week 2019: Integrated Healthcare

A Journey into Biodynamics


by Tanya Desfontaines The Fulcrum, Issue 76 January 2019 My journey into healing and craniosacral therapy started along a far more conventional route – with my early working life as a physiotherapist in the NHS. Having trained at the Royal London Hospital, I worked my basic grade rotations through various medical and surgical specialities, and … Continue reading A Journey into Biodynamics

Nicola Brough Wins Researcher Awards


Congratulations to Dr Nicola Brough PhD, winner of two researcher awards in 2018. The awards, from the Research Council for Complementary Medicine and the Federation of Holistic Therapists, were in recognition of Nicola’s work in developing and validating the Warwick Holistic Health Questionnaire (WHHQ). WHHQ is a patient-reported outcome measure for assessing changes in health … Continue reading Nicola Brough Wins Researcher Awards

Touching Lives: How CST Can Help Autism


by Miki Ettore The Fulcrum, Issue 75 September 2018 My 12-year-old son, Finley, who has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), was the inspiration behind my decision to learn Craniosacral Therapy (CST). I never imagined that one day I would be working as a full-time therapist. I have now helped over 100 families with children on the … Continue reading Touching Lives: How CST Can Help Autism