Dr Nicola Brough is the co-director Torus Wellbeing CIC a non-for-profit organisation set up to enable the community to access complementary, alternative, and integrative approaches to health and wellbeing.

For more information about the team at Torus Wellbeing CIC and the bespoke services we offer, including part and fully funded sessions visit our website

Torus Wellbeing CIC is a registered community interest company (Company No: 12859914) in England and Wales. Torus Wellbeing CIC aims to support the local community in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stoke on Trent and surrounding areas (Staffordshire) who are experiencing poor mental and physical health which impacts their daily lives.

Dr Nicola Brough (Phd, MPhil, RCST, ITMC)

I am continuously devoted to overcoming my own sensitivities and seek balance. I aim to have a positive impact on those who I meet, whether it be momentarily or through establishing a longer-term therapeutic relationship. I am fortunate to have a calling not a job and I am grateful for those who seek my support and skills.

Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy helps people with a wide range of illnesses and disabilities get better and help others to access higher levels of wellbeing. What I observe in my practice and has been evidenced in the research I have undertaken, CST users reported changes in physical, mental, social/relational and spiritual wellbeing. Clients identify three ways in which their health status changes:  relief, reduction and resolution of symptoms. This is influenced by the outlook participants have towards their symptoms and how relief is experienced at different times.

My role is to facilitate and support clients  by creating a safe space for their story to unfold. Together we bring the unconscious into awareness, using the body, tuning into psycho-somatic (memory stored within the tissues of the body), emotional or energetic processes, I trust the wisdom within everyone to communicate, how I can best support a process of reconnection and integration.