- United KingdomEdinburghEH7
Cath has established her therapy practice in the centre of Edinburgh.
- 68 ArdmorewoodHerbert RdIrelandBrayCo Wicklow
Gabby Punch is a general and psychiatric nurse with over 30 years experience in healthcare, health screening and community mental health with a keen interest in the whole area of emotional, nutriti
- United KingdomBarnetHertfordshireUnited KingdomLondonEngland
'You gave us our lives back Jo. Saved his and freed mine. Thank you, thank you, thank you',
Partner of severely traumatised veteran, September 2016
- United KingdomCheadleCheshire
Whilst working with a group of clients, all of whom were living with a Physical and/or Sensory Disability, made me realise the strong connection between the Mind and the Body, and how by getting ou
- Quay PlaceKey StreetUnited KingdomIpswichSuffolkIP4 1BZAlbany VillaMelton RoadUnited KingdomWoodbridgeSuffolkIP12 1PD
When someone's daily life becomes bogged down by a personal difficulty, and they often cannot find a way through it for themselves, they can suffer from distressing feelings of insecurity and loss
- IrelandSkibbereenCo CorkSolace Holistic Centre10 Sand Mill QuayIrelandClonakiltyCo Cork
Doreen enjoys helping people discover what is missing in their lives and how to take back control by working towards achievable goals.
Marion BrownUnited KingdomHelensburgh
Registered Human Givens psychotherapist in private practice since 2011.
- 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
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