Julia WelsteadUnited KingdomIsle Of TireeScotlandPA77 6XD
I enjoy working with my clients to help them understand and find solutions to their situations, achieve emotional wellbeing, discover their strengths and resources, manage their responses, think calmly and clearly, take back control, and move forward with their lives.
- United KingdomBrighton & HoveEnglandUnited KingdomWest HoathlyEnglandRH19United KingdomArdinglyEnglandRH17
Bunty's practice serves people in Surrey, West and East Sussex, Kent and London delivering the service in Brighton & Hove, East Grinstead, West Hoathly, Forest Row and Ardingly.
- 4a Clearwater House4-7 Manchester StreetUnited KingdomLondonGreater LondonW1U 3AE
Beverley HainesUnited KingdomRichmondNorth YorkshireDL10
I have over fifteen years' experience of working within the field of psychological wellbeing in a variety of contexts. I began my career by setting up and managing therapeutic communities within tw
- United KingdomWarwickshire
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkYO23 1NA
My practice is at the York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre and currently runs every Saturday.
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.
- United KingdomBedfordBedfordshireMK40 3TF
My private practice is in BEDFORD which is in easy distance for those who live in MILTON KEYNES, LUTON & CAMBRIDGE areas and LONDON.
- United KingdomLondonGreater London
I am currently relocating within London.
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