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Shedding light on Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Shedding Light on Seasonal Affective Disorder: Tactics to Avoid the Winter Blues.   Seasonal Affective Disorder, aptly abbreviated to S.A.D is a type of depression that can come and go in a seasonal pattern. More commonly this disorder is associated with the winter season as this is when symptoms tend to be more apparent and […]

Embracing Solitude: The Art of Enjoying Your Own Company

In modern society our everyday lives can be a whirlwind of social interactions and external stimuli. However, with social exertion there must come a time for solace. Learning to enjoy your own company can increase personal growth, encourage self-discovery, and help find inner peace. In this blog post, we will explore techniques to help you […]

The Importance of Sleep for Mental Health: Tips for Improving Your Sleep Routine.

As society evolves and our world is becoming more fast-paced, sleep can take a backseat to the numerous responsibilities and activities that consume our day to day lives. However, the importance of quality sleep is vital for maintaining our mental health. Sleep plays a significant role in stabilising our emotional well-being and cognitive function. This […]

The Link Between Physical and Mental Health: The Importance of Exercise.

We can often find ourselves caught up in the demands of daily life in today’s fast paced world, neglecting our physical and mental well-being. However, it is vital to understand that our physical and mental health are intricately connected; taking care of one aspect positively impacts the other but vice versa on negative impacts. One […]

Journaling – can it benefit you?

Journaling involves writing down your feelings, thoughts and experiences in a personal journal or diary. Diary writing can be extremely beneficial to aid self-expression and self-reflection, increasing both mental and emotional well-being. How can journaling benefit you? Emotional Expression – journaling your thoughts provides a private and safe space to express and process your emotions. […]

Gestalt Theory

Gestalt theory was initially developed by husband and wife, Fritz and Laura Perls. Early assumptions of humans by Mr Perls left this theory in a heartless state whereby Fritz would outwardly confront and challenge his clients. Now in the modern day, this theory has become increasingly more compassionate and empathetic, with thanks to wife Laura […]


Founding Father of Psychosynthesis; Roberto Assagioli believed we shall discover in ourselves our true vocations and our higher potentialities that seek to express themselves. We often repel and repress said possibilities through lack of understanding, prejudice, or fear. The aim of Psychosynthesis is to encourage awareness on the natural process of evolution and how it […]

Grant-funded support

MTCIC has been awarded a grant from Big Lottery to support peoples mental health due to COVID 19. This grant is for people who now do not have the ability to pay for our Acorn Service. To access this funding please contact 01284 750096.

We have moved!

We have moved!! From the 1st June 2017, MTCIC moved our Bury St Edmunds base into our own premises at Acorn House, 8a Looms Lane, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1HE. We would like to thank the Big Lottery, St Edmundsbury Borough Council and Suffolk Foundation Trust for grants to enable us to equip our therapy […]

Big Issue Invest announces launch of Impact Loans England

New investment programme managed by Big Issue Invest, the social investment arm of The Big Issue Impact Loans England programme is funded by Access – The Foundation for Social Investment and is designed to help charities and social enterprises Big Issue Invest has launched Impact Loans England, a new £5 million lending scheme aimed at […]