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I am inspired and fascinated by people, especially how they can learn to flourish, thrive and feel at ease in a world that is constantly changing.
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Corinne works primarily with the human givens approach due to it's proven speed and effectiveness. She also uses CBT, mindfulness and visualisation when appropriate.
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I have worked as a GP in the NHS for 29 years. In that time I have witnessed increasing problems of anxiety and stress.
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I accept clients from PTSD Resolution and referrals from the NHS.
I am also a qualified hypnotherapist.
I am willing to travel.
I have a clinic in Shepperton.
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Sandra has experience of helping people with a wide range of personal difficulties and is keen to provide practical support that helps people feel better quickly and effectively.
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I am a Human Givens Practitioner working across Pembrokeshire.
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