Happy New Year from Chy-Sawel

I am delighted to report, having entered a new year, we are gathering momentum towards our goal to establish Chy-Sawel, a centre of excellence providing a ‘whole person’ approach with ‘Nutrient Therapy being the foundation of the treatment for those suffering with mental illness. Clients remain ’in house’ for the duration of the treatment. You will appreciate it is no mean feat, as one would expect when proposing an innovative approach and challenging the long established pharmaceutical led practices. However, as every month passes, awareness and interest in our centre continues to grow. We now have a group in London who are also determined to see the Centre up and running. Letters are being written to those in authority, those with influence and decision makers. Fund raising is being planned and carers are being informed and joining action groups to make things happen. Last November 2014, I and some of the group attended a two day conference organised by the BIOLAB MEDICAL UNIT, London in association with Great Plains Laboratory, Kansas, titled ‘Gut Function, Dysbiosis and Mental Health’. The conference covered the causes & prevention of Alzheimer’s Dementia, Integrative treatments for Multiple Sclerosis, Nutritional Assessments in Autism, ADHD, Behaviour and Learning and also New insights into the causes & Treatments of Schizophrenia. The speakers were inspirational and confirmed yet again with their research and experience that what we are proposing at the Chy-Sawel centre has solid science and evidence behind it We were very fortunate to have a meeting with Mark Howard, Managing Director, BIOLAB, Dr. William Shaw, Founder of Great Plain’s Laboratory and Scott Shaw after the Saturday conference when we explained how we as mothers were disillusioned with the treatments given to our loved ones within the mental health system as there was / is no recovery and want to see a more natural approach to treating sufferers. With the research and evidence they had done over the years we asked if there was any way they could help and support us to move our project forward. While the medication has its place at times, it isn’t the answer and after the 60 / 70 years of psychiatric medication there is now much science out there to confirm that long term it can do more damage. Back in the mid 50’s/ 60’s there was a paradigm shift in treating the mentally ill when the medication was coming into its own and now I believe it is time for another paradigm shift to a more natural form of treatment particularly with all the latest scientific research with ‘Epigenetics’ and nutrition that is available. As we move forward we will keep you informed of our progress. We are planning a one day conference for later in the year and when we have more details we will circulate it via our web-site, Facebook etc. Fund raising is crucial to our success. Please help if you can. We have a ‘Donate’ page or if you would like to offer a more ‘Hands on’ approach to assisting with fund-raising we are open to all ideas to achieve our £4 million target. For all of you out there, whether you be sufferers or carers there is HOPE. Sandra Breakspeare. While the medication has its place at times, it isn’t the answer and after the 60 / 70 years of psychiatric medication there is now much science out there to confirm that long term it can do more damage. Back in the mid 50’s/ 60’s there was a paradigm shift in treating the mentally ill when the medication was coming into its own and now I believe it is time for another paradigm shift to a more natural form of treatment particularly with all the latest scientific research with ‘Epigenetics’ and nutrition that is available. As we move forward we will keep you informed of our progress. We are planning a one day conference for later in the year and when we have more details we will circulate it via our web-site, Facebook etc. Fund raising is crucial to our success. Please help if you can. We have a ‘Donate’ page or if you would like to offer a more ‘Hands on’ approach to assisting with fund-raising we are open to all ideas to achieve our £4 million target. For all of you out there, whether you be sufferers or carers there is HOPE. Sandra Breakspeare.

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