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Hello, I’m Mike. Since 1990, I have worked as a music teacher and freelance musician.
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Having worked in the drug and alcohol field for the past 16 years, I have a wealth of experience in working with drug and alcohol problems.
- United KingdomOxshottSurreyKT22
I have had many years professional experience working alongside people during challenging periods in their lives and began work in the NHS over 30 years ago as a music therapist.
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Since qualifying in Occupational and Organisational Psychology in 1998, I have worked as an Occupational Psychologist in Occupational Health Services for the NHS and Local Government, and for priva
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I am currently relocating within London.
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Joanna is a therapist at the University of Derby where she also works as their Psycho-education Coordinator. She and her team develop and deliver workshops on various aspects of wellbeing.
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