Padraig McLoughlinMassabielle', 11 Ashgrove AvenueNewryUnited KingdomCo. DownNorthern Ireland
Padraig worked as a social worker from 1990 until 2011 in various programmes of care including mental health, older poc and physical and sensory disability.
- Merrion SquareIrelandDublinDublin 2IrelandBlackrockCo Dublin
Sue has worked in training, coaching and psychotherapy for over 30 years. She also has extensive experience in the corporate world, particularly in IT.
Hilarie JanesUnited KingdomMarlowBuckinghamshire
Hilarie joined the Maidenhead PCT/NHS team in 2006 working part time in six GP Surgeries ranging from Langley & Slough, to Maidenhead, Ascot & Sandhurst.
- United KingdomNewton AbbotDevonTQ13
Carol has over 25 years’ experience in professional practice, initially specialising in musculo-skeletal disorders as a McTimoney chiropractor.
- United KingdomLowestoft
The most rewarding thing about using this approach is being able to make a difference and give hope.
- United KingdomPontypriddWalesUnited KingdomLlantrisantWalesCF72United KingdomCaerphillyWalesCF83
I was very privileged to work for 13 years in Torfaen & Blaenau Gwent MIND as the Counselling Service Manager / Counsellor / HG Therapist and have extensive experience in counselling people in emotional distress.
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
I started my professional life in Switzerland where I qualified and worked as a Kindergarten Teacher. After moving to Britain in 1994 I trained as an Occupational Therapist.
- 137 George's Street LowerIrelandDublinCo DublinLake DriveIrelandBlessingtonCo Wicklow
The majority of my professional life has been underpinned by a love of learning in all its guises! Sometimes the lessons to learn are challenging, other times a joy.
- United KingdomBurry PortCarmarthenshireSA16 0RP
Hello, I’m Mike. Since 1990, I have worked as a music teacher and freelance musician.
- United KingdomTruro
I have been working as a counsellor for 28 years within the Church of England.
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