Low self esteem
- WoodchurchUnited KingdomAshfordEnglandTN26
Renée receives referrals from GPs and specialists.
"My aim is to facilitate people's well-being and help them develop resilience."
- United KingdomNorth DevonUnited KingdomPlymouthDevonUnited KingdomMid Devon
I have been a Human Givens Practitioner since 2002. As well as seeing clients privately I am an affiliated counsellor for Cic, PTSD Resolution and Red Poppy.
- York Human Givens CentreUnited KingdomYorkYO23 1NA
Patrick grew up in the East Anglian countryside and has always loved being close to nature.
- United KingdomBurton upon TrentDE15 0BA
Joanna is a therapist at the University of Derby where she also works as their Psycho-education Coordinator. She and her team develop and deliver workshops on various aspects of wellbeing.
Joycelyn Bartlett3451 UtrechtNetherlands
Each individual and therefore organisation has limitless potential to realise. My purpose is to unleash this potential to build optimal resilience and creativity.
- 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."
- CorsiehillUnited KingdomPerthPerthshirePH2 7BN
Jeannette has been in practice since January 2003, working under the business name of 'Inner Harmony'.
- The Retreat29 Welland AvenueUnited KingdomGartreeMarket HarbroughLE16 7RN
Positive change is a counselling and coaching practice in Leicestershire to help people achieve a brighter future with a positive state of mind.
- Lanark Road WestCurrieUnited KingdomEdinburghEH14 5NZ
Dorothy runs a private practice from her home in Currie where she sees most of her clients.
Mary Blues9 Orchardhead RoadLibertonUnited KingdomEdinburghEH16 6HJ
Mary has been a complementary practitioner for many years working as a healer on a voluntary basis since 1995.
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