• Welcome to The Devon Clinic

    Situated in the heart of Paignton, we are Torbay's leading complementary health clinic. We bring together some of the area's best therapists and practitioners under one roof.

    Our aim is quite simple: to provide health and wellbeing solutions for people living in Paignton, Torquay, Brixham and within a 20-mile radius of the clinic.

    What do we offer?

    We offer a wide range of physical and talking therapies from Acupuncture and Allergy Testing through Counselling and Hypnotherapy to Sports Massage and Weight Loss Packages ... and lots in between!

    If you're looking for help with a specific problem then please check out our Ailments & Issues page.

    If you're looking for a particular therapist then see our Meet our Team page.

    Or you can check out our Therapies & Treatments page to get an idea of what we offer and how they can be of help to you.

    What is a CIC?

    CIC stands for Community Interest Company and is a not-for-profit company. This means that any profits we make get ploughed back into the community by way of offering free or discounted services.

    Take a look at some of our blogs:

Hypnotherapy healed me of my skin-picking habit

My issue of skin-picking is getting pretty old now. I’ve meekly apologised for it for far too long now and I’ve done just about everything to quit from therapy and journaling to snapping a rubber band and even removing all tweezers and safety pins from my home…But nothing works for more »

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My anxiety is awful for me but worse for my boyfriend

“I appreciate that he tries to understand my struggle with anxiety, but I wish he didn’t have to.” For myself with anxiety, my boyfriend is an enigma. He drives long distances, eats expired foods, phones to order take away and goes to crowded places, all without fear. When we went more »

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Mental health is not Halloween entertainment

Despite it being 2016 we still need to say that mental health disorders are not Halloween inspirations. Year after year we see some form of mocking mental disability whether it be last year’s inappropriate costumes in supermarkets to this year’s park attractions depicting mental health as nothing more than a more »

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