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Psychologist Fiona Arrigo's award-winning retreat, A Place to Heal by Arrigo, has launched in London.

Billed as a hub of learning, healing, inspiration and community, the retreat is intended to provide guests with an inner-city sanctum, by offering Arrigo's blend of psychotherapy, "ancient wisdom", healing and compassionate support.

The clinic, based in London's Holland Park, will also play host to a series of events, lectures and workshops, as well as 'life-shifting' one-to-one consultations with a range of specialists – including biodynamic medicine expert Mary Molloy and psychotherapist Simon Heathcote.

The full programme includes evening lectures covering a diverse variety of topics including: neural diversity, overwhelm, addiction, sexuality, emotional resilience, relationships, family dynamics and community, as well as a host of weekend workshops entitled: 'learning the art of surrender', 'breaking love addictions', and 'life beyond co-dependency'.

Other events include evening meditation sessions and soul-weaving music sessions.

"A Place to Heal by Arrigo is an intimate, soulful space that invites not only honest self-exploration and healing, but also a deep sense of connection and community," said Fiona Arrigo.

"Physics teaches us what the ancients always knew - that nothing is separate. Our work is to heal ourselves so our own healing can spread to our families, communities and the planet itself."

"It is from my experience that each individual has unlimited potential for health, wellbeing and happiness. However, these are deeply challenging times and we need a new paradigm for healing; new ways for living in a troubled world with resilience and heart," Arrigo added.

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Psychologist Fiona Arrigo's award-winning retreat, A Place to Heal by Arrigo, has launched in London.
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