Juliette Willett

Counselling & Psychotherapy

Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy (4 years) Dip (TA Practice)

Juliette offers Counselling and Psychotherapy at the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM). Her experience includes working with adults, couples and children (aged 13+), both within private practice, the NHS, as part of crime reduction initiatives and within schools.

For over 10 years Juliette ran a successful practice in West Sussex as a Physical Therapist working with adults, young people and children to treat physical symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, trauma and injury. In 2012 she undertook four years of training in psychotherapy at The Wealden Psychology Institute. 

Juliette’s aim is to provide you with an environment that is safe, non-judgemental and secure, offering you the opportunity to speak freely, feel heard and make positive changes.  Finding the right Therapist who works in a way that suits you is key to a successful outcome, and therefore she offers an initial complimentary half hour session to meet with you and discuss your needs with no obligation.

Juliette offers regular monthly online talks. Visit her website for more information.

For more information please visit Juliette’s website www.juliettewillett.co.uk or telephone 07876 566269.

Ping Ho

acupuncturist & Tui NA Massage therapist

Lic.Ac., MBAcC, BSc (Hons) Oriental Medicine Acupuncture

Ping was born in a small rural village in the south east of mainland China. She grew up in Hong Kong where Chinese Medicine has been an integral part of people’s lives. As a child, she observed her grandfather using herbs, acupressure and gua sha techniques in treating ailments of his own and his family.

Ping moved to the UK in 2003 and later studied at the International College of Oriental Medicine (ICOM). She practises traditional Acupuncture and Chinese tui na massage in Forest Row, East Grinstead and Crawley.  Apart from her private clinics, she also treats cancer patients on their recovery journeys for Macmillan (Queen Victoria Hospital) and The Olive Tree (Crawley Hospital). 

Since graduation, she has been supporting patients from all walks of life, with a wide range of conditions such as cancers, auto-immune diseases, gynaecology, anxiety, menopause, fertility, depression, acute and chronic pain such as low back pain , acute sprains and sports injuries, etc.  She often combines various therapies such as tui na massage, cupping, moxibustion, acupressure, gua sha etc., with or without needles in treatments to achieve better therapeutic results.

For her, Acupuncture treatments are not just mere tools to resolve illnesses. More importantly, Acupuncture helps our body and mind to achieve a more harmonious state, so that it can strengthen our immunity and promotes better health. This falls within a very old traditional Chinese concept, Yang Sheng (養生) –  nourishing one’s life by being mindful of what one does in one’s life (actions/thoughts/diet/exercise etc.).

Visit Ping’s website