Elaine TheobaldQuaker Tapestry, Friends Meeting HouseStramongateUnited KingdomKendalCumbriaLA9 4BH
Elaine has worked with people to help them overcome eating disorders and find more effective ways of coping and meeting their needs.
- United KingdomHeckingtonLincolnshire
Besides being a qualified Human Givens Practitioner I am also a qualified Systemic Practitioner and have been a Registered Mental Health Nurse for over fifteen years.
- Carmont HouseThe CrichtonUnited KingdomBankend RoadDumfriesDG1 4ZJ
Joy's background is in community development and she has worked with individuals and groups all her adult life.
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