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Julie Johnson originally trained as a nurse, moving into school nursing as she raised her family, then setting up her own business 25yrs ago working as a consultant to schools in the area of wellbe
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Miriam has extensive experience of working with families, couples and individuals in various settings.
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"My aim is to help people understand where their experience of life is coming from so that they can reconnect with their innate well-being."
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'My aim is to help people identify which area of their lives is not working and guide them holistically to find a solution to improve their lifestyle'.
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Síle has worked in education for almost thirty years.
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Originally qualifying as an NNEB Nursery Nurse, I have worked in the field of child development, behaviour and family support, in both local authority and NHS settings with adults and children for
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Health, finances, relationships, career, family, fitness and unexpected change – life can get complicated.
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These are some of the things people may be thinking or saying when they decide to seek professional support:
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I became a fully qualified Human Givens Psychotherapist in 2006. And have been running a very busy private counselling practice in Manchester for 11 years.
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