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Dorothy is unable to take on new clients at present.
Because of immuno-supressed family members and Covid risk factors, all Dorothy's work is currently online.
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20 years ago I set out to build a professional, ethical business based on integrity and value.
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Andrew has a busy private practice, of over fifteen years. His book "The Depression Optimist" is an Amazon best seller.
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I have a background in teaching children in primary schools and teenagers / young adults in language schools.
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For many years Jo worked as a therapist within the Psychological Wellbeing department at the University of Derby, where she dealt with an extensive and varied caseload. She also co-ordinated the university’s Psycho-education Team, whose work was nationally recognised as best practice. She now works in private practice offering therapy and supervision. Alongside her psychotherapy role she offers services to the wider Higher Education sector, developing and delivering bespoke mental health training relevant to staff roles to support universities to take a ‘whole university approach’ to mental health.
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Hello, I’m Mike. Since 1990, I have worked as a music teacher and freelance musician.
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I specialize in PTSD, Trauma and Anxiety.
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At the core of the Human Givens approach to therapy lies the understanding that: 'it is what's right with you that will fix what's wrong'.
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After a successful career in financial services and a break to bring up my children (one of which has special needs) I chose to retrain as a Human Givens Therapist.
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