- United KingdomCaterhamSurreyCR3
Originally qualifying as an NNEB Nursery Nurse, I have worked in the field of child development, behaviour and family support, in both local authority and NHS settings with adults and children for
- Bay Tree HouseUnited KingdomSaint HilaryCornwallTR20 9EF100 Dibles RoadUnited KingdomWarsashHampshireSO31 9JL
A broad range of experiences, both personal and professional, have enabled me to support numerous individuals in their recovery, from many forms of emotional distress.
- Community Care Options1-3 The Courtyard, Calvin StreetUnited KingdomBoltonBL1 8PB
Phil has a therapy room available at an office in Bolton but also will travel in the North West to see clients.
Mairead FitzsimonsIrelandPortmarnockCo Dublin
Mairead's background is in education - she has been a qualified guidance counsellor for 16 years working in secondary schools in Dublin.
- United KingdomGreat MiltonOxfordshireOX44
I am an experienced psychologist, well-being coach, counsellor and psychotherapist able to deal with many kinds of emotional and psychological difficulties.
- United KingdomNorth DevonUnited KingdomPlymouthDevonUnited KingdomMid Devon
I have been a Human Givens Practitioner since 2002. As well as seeing clients privately I am an affiliated counsellor for Cic, PTSD Resolution and Red Poppy.
- School HouseFen LaneUnited KingdomBeesbyLincolnshireLN13 0JQ
Jenny has a private practice, in the quiet village of Beesby, where she offers one to one counselling. She works with clients of all ages and from all walks of life.
- United KingdomPinnerEnglandHA5
I have worked with people for over 40 years as a teacher, a coach and now as a Human Givens therapist. My aim is for each of my clients to leave me with a toolkit of skills that they can use for
- United KingdomCwmbranWalesNP44United KingdomTorfaenWales
- Suite 305, The Wilde53 Merrion SquareIrelandDublinDublin 2
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