- United KingdomLeeds
I am a younger therapist, welcoming all genders. Approachable, open minded and solution focused.
- United KingdomIrthlingboroughEnglandNN9
I originally trained as a lawyer working in private client law and, in particular, probate as well as work for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in their Legacy Department.
- United KingdomGorleston-On-SeaNorfolkUnited KingdomNorwichNorfolkUnited KingdomLowestoftNorfolk
I have 25 years experience working wih children, young people and adults in jobs such as the military, juvenile probation, careers counselling, childrens services and now as a Human Givens therapis
- WimbledonUnited KingdomLondonSW19
Do you get very emotional sometimes without apparent reason? Are you confident in facing the challenges in life? Do you suffer from stress or low self-esteem?
- United KingdomOxshottSurreyKT22United KingdomSurbitonLondon Borough of KingstonKT6
I have had many years professional experience working alongside people during challenging periods in their lives and began work in the NHS over 30 years ago as a music therapist.
- Treatment Hub Wellbeing Clinic27 London StreetUnited KingdomBasingstokeEnglandRG21 7PG
Jason helps people to overcome all kinds of hamster-wheeling and negative self-talk.
- Therapy rooms within the Natural Medicine Centre72 High StreetUnited KingdomWest WickhamEnglandBR4 0NH
"If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at will change."
- United Kingdomnear FalmouthCornwall
I'm a HG Practitioner who works from my smallholding near Falmouth in Cornwall. I welcome clients here at my therapy space at home and also offer confidential sessions outside in nature.
- 28 Forth StreetUnited KingdomEdinburghEH1 3LH
Linda has a well established private practice in the City of Edinburgh.
- Rock Business Centre, Suite 1Keighley RoadUnited KingdomTrawden, ColneLancashireBB8 8RW
My specialty is in resolving stress including traumatic emotional and physical experiences and difficulties with depression, guilt, anger, fear and self-criticism.
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