Stephanie HughesUnited KingdomExeterEnglandEX1
I have over 15 years of experience as a psychotherapist, counsellor and coach, working in both the corporate world and in private practice.
- 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."
- IrelandDun LaoghaireCo Dublin
'My aim is to help people identify which area of their lives is not working and guide them holistically to find a solution to improve their lifestyle'.
- United KingdomIrthlingboroughEnglandNN9
I originally trained as a lawyer working in private client law and, in particular, probate as well as work for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in their Legacy Department.
- 181 Hoe StreetUnited KingdomLondonEnglandE17 3AP
For many years, I have enjoyed helping people to learn and to develop their skills and understanding.
- Linden Medical Centre9A Linden AvenueUnited KingdomMaidenheadBerkshireSL6 6JJ
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- PatchwayUnited KingdomBristolBS34
I’m primarily focusing on helping women struggling with stress, anxiety and depression regain balance and happiness in their lives.
- Herbert RoadIrelandBrayCo Wicklow
Martin holds a B.A. (honours) in Psychology from University College Dublin, advanced certifications in Clinical Hypnotherapy and a Higher Diploma in Human Givens Psychotherapy.
- IrelandEdentoberCo LouthBallybot House28 Corn MarketUnited KingdomNewryNorthern IrelandBT35 8BG
Valerie has experience of helping people with a wide range of personal difficulties and is keen to provide practical support that helps people feel better quickly and effectively.
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