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- 28 Forth StreetUnited KingdomEdinburghEH1 3LH
Linda has a well established private practice in the City of Edinburgh.
- United KingdomPembrokeshire
Since qualifying in Occupational and Organisational Psychology in 1998, I have worked as an Occupational Psychologist in Occupational Health Services for the NHS and Local Government, and for priva
Annie GurtonSydney NSWAustralia
A lifetime of personal experience including four marriages, children and step-children. "You can't tell me anything that I haven't heard before."
All sessions I hour 15 minutes.
- 45 Leeson Street LowerIrelandDublin 2
Diarmuid helps people who feel they are stuck, to move on with renewed confidence in themselves, he also has extensive experience in the business world.
- 27 London RoadUnited KingdomTonbridgeKentTN10 3AB
Rob is a registered NHS service provider and takes referrals from various GP's and specialists.
Tony GauvainUnited KingdomCranleigh
Tony's practice is from his farmhouse home in a lovely peaceful setting, which includes parking and easy access. He will also travel to clients up to an hour away (charging mileage).
- United KingdomPooleDorset
Martin is a qualified counselling psychologist and social worker.
- 3 UndercraggCharlestownUnited KingdomHebden BridgeWest YorkshireHX7 6NX
I have a background in Horticulture and still consider myself in the business of promoting healthy growth, keeping pernicious weeds at bay and developing new and creative pathways.
- United KingdomPinnerEnglandHA5
I have worked with people for over 40 years as a teacher, a coach and now as a Human Givens therapist. My aim is for each of my clients to leave me with a toolkit of skills that they can use for
- United KingdomLondonGreater London
I am currently relocating within London.
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