- Bay Tree HouseUnited KingdomSaint HilaryCornwallTR20 9EF100 Dibles RoadUnited KingdomWarsashHampshireSO31 9JL
A broad range of experiences, both personal and professional, have enabled me to support numerous individuals in their recovery, from many forms of emotional distress.
Julia WelsteadUnited KingdomIsle Of TireeScotlandPA77 6XD
I enjoy working with my clients to help them understand and find solutions to their situations, achieve emotional wellbeing, discover their strengths and resources, manage their responses, think calmly and clearly, take back control, and move forward with their lives.
- Spoorlaan 5gebouw B2495 AL Den HaagNetherlands
After working with the Dutch central government for 16 years, in a variety of roles and positions, Marieke started to work as a coach and counsellor in her private practice in 2007.
- United KingdomWorthingWest SussexBN13 2AF
I have a wide range of experience, successfully using the Human Givens approach for over 20 years, with clients of all ages, and with diverse problems.
Caroline JackmanUnited KingdomSutton VenyWiltshire
Caroline provides practical and effective support to enable people to feel better and move on with their lives as quickly as possible.
- Wholenistic, Louth Golf ClubCrowtree LaneUnited KingdomLouthLincolnshireLN11 9LJ
• NHS referrals taken.
• Social Worker referrals taken.
• Self-referrals taken.
• Enhanced CRB check valid.
• Please see website for details of therapy suite.
- (5 minute walk from Golders Green Tube Station)United KingdomLondonGreater LondonNW11
Miriam has extensive experience of working with families, couples and individuals in various settings.
- United KingdomDarlingtonCo-Durham
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
Indra AdnanUnited KingdomLondonEnglandNW3 5NB
For the past 25 years I have worked in diverse professional spheres helping people, communities and organisations overcome their individual and shared problems on the way to reaching their full po
- United KingdomQuornLeicestershire
"My aim is to help people understand where their experience of life is coming from so that they can reconnect with their innate well-being."
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