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Kevin has spent almost 20 years in management and leadership roles. He holds a first class Honours Degree and PhD in Business Management and is a qualified psychotherapist.
A qualified teacher and counsellor, Dominic has been working with adults and children in a range of social and educational settings since 2001.
- 27 London RoadUnited KingdomTonbridgeKentTN10 3AB
Rob is a registered NHS service provider and takes referrals from various GP's and specialists.
- United KingdomTrowbridgeWiltshire
I can help you overcome any difficulties with thinking, no matter what the label or diagnosis.
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Stephanie has a private practice and will take referrals from Social Services and the NHS. She holds enhanced CRB disclosure for working one-to-one with vulnerable children.
- United KingdomLondonSW2
David has extensive experience of working with young people and families within school settings.
- United KingdomCrewkerneSomerset
Adrian has worked as a primary school teacher for over thirty years, including thirteen years as headteacher.
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Joy's background is in community development and she has worked with individuals and groups all her adult life.
- 18 Summer StreetPortland, ME 04102United States
I'm Katherine Vilnrotter. I believe that every person is important and has a voice to be heard.
- United KingdomMacclesfieldCheshire
For the last ten years I have worked with individuals and groups in both creative and counselling capacities in a variety of settings including adult inpatient mental health rehabilitation, Child a
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