With psychological support in enduring physical / terminal illness
- United KingdomSalisburyWiltshire
Fiona has worked as an OT in a wide range of health, social care and community settings over the last 40years, specializing in Palliative Care until 2012. She has run a private practice as an HG psychotherapist since 2011 alongside work in the NHS and abroad
- United KingdomIpswichEngland
I am a fully qualified Human Givens Therapist. I have over 20 year's experience working in health and social care settings with both individuals and families.
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