Colleen SodanoUnited KingdomLondonEnglandSE27 9EQ
Collaborative, supportive and practical therapy.
- United KingdomEastbourne
Vivienne offers a safe and caring environment and works with a range of responses to mental and emotional distress.
- 147-148 Leadenhall StreetUnited KingdomLondonEnglandEC3V 4QTAlbany VillaMelton RoadUnited KingdomMeltonEnglandIP12 1NZ
With a practice in central London and rural Suffolk, I have extensive lifelong experience of supporting those suffering with poor mental health including the most severe conditions.
- 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.
- 16 B Southville GardensIrelandLimerick
Dermot has had his own business for nearly 30 years. He is a father and husband, and through this is aware of the various challenges and difficulties that life can bring with it.
- 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.
Alec StansfieldUnited KingdomTrowbridgeWiltshire
I can help you overcome any difficulties with thinking, no matter what the label or diagnosis.
- Bitterkoekjes HuisWillow CornerUnited KingdomWorthamSuffolkIP22 1PS
Andre works in a village just south of Diss, on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. He also arranges to see people in mutually agreed locations, e.g. GP surgeries or at home.
- 398 Long LaneUnited KingdomLondonEnglandN2 8JX
I run a private practice from my home in North London on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9am to 8pm, currently offering face-to-face or on-line sessions of approximately one hour's length.
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