Welcome to the website for Dr Xandria Williams
Xandria Williams runs CanSurvive Resource Centre where the motto is “treating people – not cancer”. It is a health care practice based on a CAM (Complementary, Alternative and Metabolic) approach to health.
This includes naturopathy, nutrition, herbal medicine and other related modalities. Her psychotherapy approach includes NLP, EFT and other methods of personal growth and development.
Xandria works in Central London and in Co. Kildare in Ireland and, when appropriate, will consult by Skype or phone for clients who cannot reach her office.
The CanSurvive Education Centre
The aim of the CSEC is to contribute significantly to the improvement of this situation. It is to provide you, be you a student, a health care practitioner, or simply someone who is interested in cancer for the sake of your own health and that of your family, with the tools that will help you avoid dis-ease. It is to equip you with the means that will assist you, if appropriate, to recover from this and similar health problems in order to reach an optimum state of wellness, and to avoid a recurrence. This is mainly done by way of the CanSurvive Seminar Series, entitled ‘Cancer Concerns’, a sequence of six one-day seminars.
Seminars and Courses 2018
|Advanced Cancer Care Course Phase I||8 week-ends. Open to practitioners and final-year relevant students||Next course date 10 – 11 Nov; still accepting enrollment|
|Unique Metabolic Needs||Determine your optimum diet, nutrients and plan for healthy living||TBA|
|Destressing Workshop Series||Fun and effective ways to reduce your experience of stress. Focus of the next workshop is ‘Parts Dialogue’||Next date 3rd Nov; cost £75|
|Client Support Seminar (1 day)||For a client and one partner or support person.||TBA|
|Free study groups:||2 Friday evenings/month||For dates sign up for our newsletter|
|Free client evening:||First and third Friday of each month||Upcoming dates 2 November & 23 Nov|
|FOR INFORMATION AND TO BOOK||T: 020-7824-8153 E: firstname.lastname@example.org|