- United Kingdom
My practice is now entirely online, and therapy sessions can be booked UK-wide on Zoom, Skype, Facetime or the telephone.
- 11 Poltair AvenueUnited KingdomSt AustellCornwallPL25 4LY
Andrew has a busy private practice, of over fifteen years. His book "The Depression Optimist" is an Amazon best seller.
- United KingdomCardiffWalesCF14 4LWUnited KingdomBridgendWalesCF31 2PQUnited KingdomCowbridgeVale of GlamorganCF71 7AQ
I spent a number of years working in different coorporate environments in different parts of the world before qualifying initially as a hypnotherapist and later as a psychotherapist.
- PutneyUnited KingdomLondon
After a career in finance, I trained as a specialist teacher and worked with children at both primary and secondary level for 18 years.
Vivienne EmeryUnited KingdomEastbourne
Vivienne offers a safe and caring environment and works with a range of responses to mental and emotional distress.
- 18 Duke StIrelandAthyCo KildareIrelandGrangeconCo Wicklow
With 35 years of experience in a variety of settings, I am a fully-qualified and registered Human Givens therapist.
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