- Lanark Road WestCurrieUnited KingdomEdinburghEH14 5NZ
Dorothy runs a private practice from her home in Currie where she sees most of her clients.
- 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
- 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.
- Carlow Gateway Business CentreAthy RoadIrelandCarlowCo Carlow
Experienced with addictions, eating disorders, and trauma. I have a private practice in a dedicated, multi-disciplinary holistic clinic for clients in Leinster or Munster.
- 103 Meon RoadUnited KingdomSouthseaHampshirePO4 8NW
Lynda has worked for the NHS for 15 years. She has helped to develop mental health services ranging from a forensic secure unit to older peoples services.
- United KingdomBarnstapleSomersetUnited KingdomBidefordUnited KingdomDevonUnited KingdomSouth Molton
- United KingdomCheltenhamGloucestershire
With a background in corporate training and coaching, Cathy has a keen interest in addressing the continued rise in stress-related conditions in the workplace.
- United KingdomNorwichNorfolkNR3 3NJ
Current CRB disclosure certificate. I see clients in my home. Sessions available weekends and early evening.
- United KingdomTootingLondonSW17
Julie Johnson originally trained as a nurse, moving into school nursing as she raised her family, then setting up her own business 25yrs ago working as a consultant to schools in the area of wellbe
- United KingdomFerrysideWales
I work with organisations as well as individuals in managing stress and developing healthy, motivated staff.
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Volume 25, No 1, 2018, the latest edition of the Human Givens Journal is now available.
Date posted: 11/06/2018