We are a complementary health clinic providing a broad range of therapeutic practice including:
- anthroposophic medicine
- physical therapy such as massage
- talking therapy such as counselling
- mindful movement therapy such as eurythmy
- therapeutic art and support groups
Our approach connects two ideas about the human being: first, that how we are feeling and our attitude to life can impact our health and well-being. Secondly, that our physical, emotional and spiritual health are interconnected and therapy on one of these levels can foster wellness on another.
It is an approach that assumes life is meaningful and that ill health and crisis, whilst challenging and sometimes profoundly difficult, is also an opportunity to review, take-stock, reflect, rest, and perhaps bring about positive change and transformation in your life.
We can offer help for a wide range of issues including:
- Depression and anxiety
- Life crisis and relationship difficulties
- Cancer Care & Mistletoe Therapy
- Joint or back pain, injury, pain management, fibromyalgia
- Skin conditions, migraines, headaches
- Sleep disturbance
- Respiratory and circulatory conditions
- Digestive problems
- Complex chronic issues
Patient Therapy Fund
Thanks to funding we have received from Hermes Trust and the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain, we have a Patient Therapy Fund in order to enable those in the local community of Dudley to access therapeutic help and support from the Elysia Centre.
About our Practice of Care
We divide our different therapies into four categories. These are arranged holistically, by the part of our ‘being’ that is directly addressed by the therapeutic practice. In the Physical and Movement Therapies the healing process is activated by working with the physical body of the patient, either through touch, nutrition or movement. In the Talking Therapies the practitioner engages in conversations that activate healing through the consciousness (or spirit) of the patient. In the Artistic Therapies the healing process is activated through the patient’s sensing soul activities, brought about by engaging with colour, sound or movement. The Anthroposophical Medicine category concerns the anthroposophical medical doctor who prescribes physical medicines.
Working at the Centre
Elysia is a beautiful place to work, with a friendly atmosphere and efficient administrative support. Find out more on this page: Room Hire