Jenny EdwardsUnited KingdomSouthamptonHampshireSO32United KingdomChichesterEnglandPO18
My main practice is in Waltham Chase, approximately 15 minutes drive from Fareham and 30 minutes from Portsmouth, Southampton and Winchester.
- United KingdomSuffolk
I am currently CRB checked.
Adrian QuinnUnited KingdomCrewkerneSomerset
Adrian has worked as a primary school teacher for over thirty years, including thirteen years as headteacher.
- Delta House175-177 Borough High StreetUnited KingdomLondonEnglandSE1 1HR
I have worked in the mental health field for over 30 years and can offer a wealth of experience and skills to help clients resolve a wide variety of mental and emotional difficulties.
- United KingdomSouthseaHampshirePO4
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 KingdomLintonCambridgeshire
I have over 20 years experience working as a Practitioner Psychologist, including over 5 years as a Human Givens Therapist in private practice.
- 15 Chesterfield CrescentUnited KingdomLeigh-on-SeaSS9 5PD
I am passionate about using Human Givens therapy to help people to take control of their mental health.
Denise ClarkeLuxembourgLuxembourg Ville
I enjoy working with a variety of people with emotional and psychological issues both in Luxembourg, the Greater Region and via Skype.
- United KingdomSt Leonards-on-SeaEast SussexTN38 0QH
Judith has worked in education and personal development for over 15 years. She is committed to helping people find ways to overcome barriers in their personal, work and educational lives.
- 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.
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