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I'm Katherine Vilnrotter. I believe that every person is important and has a voice to be heard.
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I’m primarily focusing on helping women struggling with stress, anxiety and depression regain balance and happiness in their lives.
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I have more than 20 years’ experience with a variety of people in a wide range of environments, these include Education, Community, Youth Justice and Mental Health Services.
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Having seen a close friend benefit greatly from receiving Human Givens Therapy I decided to become a therapist.
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I have been inspired by the effectiveness of the Human Givens methods and have witnessed how this therapy has brought quick and long-lasting help to people who are struggling.
Sophie LaceyUnited KingdomHeckingtonLincolnshire
Besides being a qualified Human Givens Practitioner I am also a qualified Systemic Practitioner and have been a Registered Mental Health Nurse for over fifteen years.
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If you or your loved ones are finding the world a little tough, I can help you. Your difficulties could be personal such as depression, anxiety and trauma.
Veronique ChownSibford GowerUnited KingdomBanbury
Veronique, who is fluent in French, has a background in education where she was Head of a modern languages department for over 20 years.
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As a teacher, tutor and support worker for the last 10 years and having spent the last 25 working with a diverse range of young people, I feel immensely privileged to have made a difference in so m
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