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Health, finances, relationships, career, family, fitness and unexpected change – life can get complicated.
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I am a brief solution focused therapist using a variety of proven techniques aimed at solving a range of immediate and long-standing problems.
- IrelandMarinoDublin 9
John has over 25 years experience working with individuals and groups to achieve a productive, fulfilled and sustainable lifestyle.
- 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 KingdomTrowbridgeWiltshire
After a career of 25 years in the NHS as a nurse, health visitor and psychotherapist I decided to use my wealth of experience to work with individuals using a more holistic approach.
- Wholenistic, Louth Golf ClubCrowtree LaneUnited KingdomLouthLincolnshireLN11 9LJ
• NHS referrals taken.
• Social Worker referrals taken.
• Self-referrals taken.
• Enhanced CRB check valid.
• Please see website for details of therapy suite.
- United KingdomHarrowLondon
Lynne is based at Holy Trinity Church in Wealdstone where she sees clients privately.
- United KingdomCardiffWalesCF14 4LWUnited KingdomBridgendWalesCF31 2PQUnited KingdomCowbridgeVale of GlamorganCF71 7AQ
I spent a number of years working in different coorporate environments in different parts of the world before qualifying initially as a hypnotherapist and later as a psychotherapist.
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
Gail has a real enthusiasm for this positive approach to counselling.
- United KingdomStanwayEnglandCO3 0HJ
I have a private practice in Ipswich and hold an enhanced DBS disclosure.
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