- Redcliffe PeninsulaBrisbaneAustralia
Fiona previously worked as a social worker for a local authority in Scotland for a number of years before immigrating to Australia.
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I believe strongly that the role of a therapist is to help people move on with their lives as quickly as possible.
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Alex has many years experience as a mentor, facilitator, coach and therapist working with individuals, couples and groups.
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- Cormaddy DuffIrelandVirginiaCo Cavan
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- Burgh House ClinicUnited KingdomNorfolkNR11 6AT
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- Just Holistic Therapy Rooms145b Brighton RoadUnited KingdomSouth CroydonSurreyCR2 6EF
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As a registered nurse and health visitor of 35 years, 22 of those in the Army, Deborah has seen first-hand the effects that emotional problems and traumatic events can have on individuals and their
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