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'You gave us our lives back Jo. Saved his and freed mine. Thank you, thank you, thank you',
Partner of severely traumatised veteran, September 2016
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My background is in teaching in FE/HE sector training counsellors; alongside this I have worked as a qualified therapist since 1993 with clients from a wide range of backgrounds including an NHS Dr
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