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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
- 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
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“I wasn’t sure what was going to happen today, it turned out you helped unblock something quite major. Thank you for noticing my struggle with PTSD”
Dr Kevin DonaghyUnited KingdomDrumahoeLondonderryBT47 3SL
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.
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Carol has over 25 years’ experience in professional practice, initially specialising in musculo-skeletal disorders as a McTimoney chiropractor.
- United KingdomWarmingtonEnglandPE8 6TE
I believe strongly that the role of a therapist is to help people move on with their lives as quickly as possible.
- United KingdomHerefordHerefordshireHR1
I have a private practice in the centre of Hereford City, with easy access and its own parking space to the rear of the building.
Anabel Suarez28 MadridSpain
I set up my private practice in 2004 as an Executive and Life Coach. I am a Certified Executive and Organizational Coach by Columbia University (USA).
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