- United KingdomEdinburghScotland
I am delighted to see people of all ages developing new skills and understanding they can enjoy doing more fun things in their life.
Padraig McLoughlinMassabielle', 11 Ashgrove AvenueNewryUnited KingdomCo. DownNorthern Ireland
Padraig worked as a social worker from 1990 until 2011 in various programmes of care including mental health, older poc and physical and sensory disability.
- Cabury Clinic3 Catherine PlaceIrelandLimerick CityCo Limerick
Derry has over 20 years' experience in private practice, assisting people. Whether that's in helping people get their lives on track by utilising new skills (or rediscovering old skills, i.e.
- United KingdomBrightonUnited KingdomHeathfieldEast SussexTN21 8AD
The way that a human life may unfold is bound to bring challenges, and these may become stressful or overwhelming at times for almost anyone.
Daniel St Jacques8 King Harry LaneUnited KingdomSt AlbansHertfordshireAL3 4AW
I have a CRB disclosure available. I practice on a school campus. Most of my time is given to counselling in schools. I am willing to work with individuals (men, women, adolescents). I have had training in spiritual mentoring.
- 398 Long LaneUnited KingdomLondonEnglandN2 8JX
I run a private practice from my home in North London on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9am to 8pm, currently offering face-to-face or on-line sessions of approximately one hour's length.
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
I started my professional life in Switzerland where I qualified and worked as a Kindergarten Teacher. After moving to Britain in 1994 I trained as an Occupational Therapist.
- United KingdomStanwayEnglandCO3 0HJ
My private practice is in Colchester but I work over the Essex/Suffolk border, and I hold an enhanced DBS disclosure.
- Bartholomenus Diaz straat 11bAmsterdam1057 SZNetherlands
Sandra set up her private practice in the Netherlands in 2000 as a coach and trainer, counsellor and therapist.
- United KingdomKingston upon ThamesLondonKT2
My training in the Human Givens approach enables me to see a wide selection of clients.
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