- 28 Forth StreetUnited KingdomEdinburghEH1 3LH
Linda has a well established private practice in the City of Edinburgh.
- United KingdomLiverpool
Training and working as a nurse in King's College Hospital, London, then working for over 20 years in pastoral care in an inner city church have given me the opportunity to work with people from al
- United KingdomQuornLeicestershire
"My aim is to help people understand where their experience of life is coming from so that they can reconnect with their innate well-being."
- United KingdomEdinburgh
Rosanna has worked in mental and emotional health since 1984 and throughout this time has updated her skills in order to help her clients find freedom from distress in the shortest time possible.
- Cormaddy DuffIrelandVirginiaCo Cavan
Iris has over 20 years' experience as a registered nurse in the acute medical area. She is now running a private counselling practice in Cavon/Meath area.
- United KingdomCheadleCheshire
I approach all of my responsibilities with compassion, discipline and diligence based on the firm foundations of creativity, knowledge and expertise.
- Lanark Road WestCurrieUnited KingdomEdinburghEH14 5NZ
Dorothy runs a private practice from her home in Currie and also sees clients at the Edinburgh Centre for Nutrition and Therapy at Tollcross in the city centre.
- United KingdomWeymouthDorset
John's background is mainly in education. Having trained as a teacher he taught all age groups in the UK before taking up a post as Deputy Headteacher at the International School of Helsinki.
- United KingdomYorkEast Riding of YorkshireYO43 4SL
I am a fully qualified and passionate Human Givens psychotherapist, experienced in helping people to quickly escape emotional distress and find their own unique path to feeling well.
Mary Blues9 Orchardhead RoadLibertonUnited KingdomEdinburghEH16 6HJ
Mary has been a complementary practitioner for many years working as a healer on a voluntary basis since 1995.
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