Complementary therapies are used alongside, or in

addition to, conventional medical treatments.

Whilst they do not claim to treat or cure cancer, many

people are choosing to use complementary therapies to

help support with their physical and emotional health,

to relieve symptoms and side effects of medication.

Some of the ways in which our therapies may help you:

• Feel better and improve your quality of life

• Reduce stress, tension and anxious feelings

• Improve the quality of your sleep

• Feel more in control by making a positive lifestyle change.


Our therapists Rachel and Mike, are both highly trained,

fully insured, and each have many years of different experiences under their therapeutic belts!

At Cancer Support Salisbury we can offer you many non clinical treatments, which are provided to all those

affected by a cancer diagnosis, this includes carers,

partners, husband, wife and family members too.


Aside from providing a warm welcome, friendly faces, and endless refreshments, all of our befrienders have completed listening and responding skills training, and can offer practical and emotional support to anyone who visits our drop-in.

You may wish to come in and chat about

your situation, treatment, or perhaps

need some help with resourcing

information. Whatever the purpose of

your visit to us, our befrienders listen

without judging and always aim

to protect confidentiality.

There is often quite a lot of laughter

involved too, as we all enjoy a

good sense of humour!

Our befriending is available at any time without an appointment during

our opening hours:

Wednesday 9am - 11am and

Thursday 2.00pm - 5.00pm .

c/o The Meeting House

51 Wilton Road

Salisbury    SP2 7EP

United Kingdom


07926 841698
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