Diane MarshallUnited KingdomYateleyEnglandGU46
I have over 10 years experience of working in the NHS as both a manager and a health visitor and I am now taking my first steps into private practice as a Humans Givens Counsellor and Life Coach.
- IrelandKilkennyCo Kilkenny
– I have over 20 years experience working in the area of social care - in family support service, intellectual disability services and leaving care.
- 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.
- LuxembourgLuxembourg Ville
I enjoy working with a variety of people with emotional and psychological issues both in Luxembourg, the Greater Region and via Skype.
Lindsay SandsChesterfieldUnited KingdomDerbyshire
Hello. My name is Lindsay Sands and I have over 35 years of experience of working for the NHS in community services.
- United KingdomCaterhamSurreyCR3
Originally qualifying as an NNEB Nursery Nurse, I have worked in the field of child development, behaviour and family support, in both local authority and NHS settings with adults and children for
- Ballybot 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.
Padraig McLoughlinMassabielle', 11 Ashgrove AvenueNewryUnited KingdomCo. DownNorthern Ireland
Padraig worked as a social worker from 1990 until 2011 in various programmes of care including mental health, older poc and physical and sensory disability.
- WoodchurchUnited KingdomAshfordEnglandTN26
Renée receives referrals from GPs and specialists.
"My aim is to facilitate people's well-being and help them develop resilience."
Worked 30 years for the HSE Ireland and 15 years as a Clinical Nurse Specialist/Counsellor for patients with mental health issues and addictions.
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