- United KingdomEdinburghEH7
Cath has established her therapy practice in the centre of Edinburgh.
- United KingdomSalisburyWiltshire
Fiona has worked as an OT in a wide range of health, social care and community settings over the last 40years, specializing in Palliative Care until 2012. She has run a private practice as an HG psychotherapist since 2011 alongside work in the NHS and abroad
Each individual and therefore organisation has limitless potential to realise. My purpose is to unleash this potential to build optimal resilience and creativity.
Colleen SodanoUnited KingdomLondonEnglandSE27 9EQ
Collaborative, supportive and practical therapy.
- Quay PlaceKey StreetUnited KingdomIpswichSuffolkIP4 1BZAlbany VillaMelton RoadUnited KingdomWoodbridgeSuffolkIP12 1PD
When someone's daily life becomes bogged down by a personal difficulty, and they often cannot find a way through it for themselves, they can suffer from distressing feelings of insecurity and loss
- 3/1 61 Kersland StreetUnited KingdomGlasgowScotlandG12 8BSRaphaelstraat 10 Huis1077 PR AmsterdamNetherlands
I am a dedicated, open and energetic professional. I provide a safe environment, that allows my clients the space to work in a focused manner and challenged to meet their goals.
Julia WelsteadUnited KingdomIsle Of TireeScotlandPA77 6XD
I enjoy working with my clients to help them understand and find solutions to their situations, achieve emotional wellbeing, discover their strengths and resources, manage their responses, think calmly and clearly, take back control, and move forward with their lives.
- United KingdomGloucesterGloucestershire
Cathy spent the first part of her career as a coach, trainer and workshop facilitator in the corporate world.
Marilyn FrancisUnited KingdomSaxmundhamEngland
HG Therapist for 11 years with a Nursing and Health Visiting background.
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Date posted: 01/07/2020
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