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"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."
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Sandra set up her private practice in the Netherlands in 2000 as a coach and trainer, counsellor and therapist.
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After working with the Dutch central government for 16 years, in a variety of roles and positions, Marieke started to work as a coach and counsellor in her private practice in 2007.
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Jane has experience of successfully working with clients on a wide range of emotional issues and sees clients of all ages at her private practice in Harpenden.
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The majority of my professional life has been underpinned by a love of learning in all its guises! Sometimes the lessons to learn are challenging, other times a joy.
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