Achieving better work/life balance
- United KingdomBelfastNorthern IrelandBT6 9SD
My aim is to teach clients calming techniques and develop positive coping mechanisms using tools that are based on current neuroscience. To help them change distress into decisions, plan a way forward whilst facing challenging circumstances, develop achievable goals and have a fulfilling life that works.
- 23 Upper High StreetUnited KingdomThameOxfordshireOX9 3EX
My aim is to make you feel more balanced and positive after every appointment. Although I will need to know something about your past to understand your present, our work together will always be about the future and how to get you up and running again as quickly as possible.
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