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Mary is a Human Givens Psychotherapist and a Nutritionist.
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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.
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My consultation rooms are in an old farmhouse in Argentière, at the top of the Chamonix valley in France.
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When someone's daily life becomes bogged down by a personal difficulty, they often cannot find a way through it for themselves, so they can suffer from distressing feelings of insecurity, distress
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Joanna is a qualified and highly experienced psychotherapist who has helped many hundreds of individuals move forward from periods of difficulty in their life.
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I have more than 20 years’ experience with a variety of people in a wide range of environments, these include Education, Community, Youth Justice and Mental Health Services.
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