Rosanna VeitchUnited 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.
- Travellers' NestSedgwickUnited KingdomKendalCumbriaLA8 0JU
Sue practices from a rural village setting with good parking and disabled/wheelchair access, but will also travel to see clients
Gail ElvinVictim Support Service11 Halifax StreetAdelaide 5048Australia
Currently working in not for profit sector for Victim Support Service, South Australia.
- CorkDouglasIrelandCork CityCo CorkIrelandCork city
Alison's aim is always to help clients take back control of their lives quickly and effectively.
- 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 KingdomSutton VenyWiltshire
Caroline provides practical and effective support to enable people to feel better and move on with their lives as quickly as possible.
Sarah Jeffrey-GrayCliftonUnited KingdomBristolAvon
NB: I am currently on sabbatical from 1 April to 1 October 2018
- United KingdomHarpendenHertfordshireAL5
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.
- Ongea, Willen House8-26 Bath StreetUnited KingdomLondonEC1V 9DX
I work with people with a very wide range of issues including depression, anxiety related conditions, stress and overload, panic attacks, phobias, PTSD, low self-esteem and confidence.
- United KingdomMarket HarboroughLeicestershireLE16
Elizabeth is an experienced counsellor and psychotherapist (over 10 years) and is able to support with many kinds of emotional and psychological situations. Her aim is to get you back to happy liv
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