Search Results for Counsellors in England
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Trained as a rational emotive and cognitive behavioural therapist, Katie specialises in treating OCD and Anxiety Disorders. After working at the Priory Hospital in North London, she set up her private practice and is renowned for helping people who have struggled to make progress previously.
Teri Sand, MEd (University of Cambridge), MA Couns/Psych, BA, DipCouns, PGCert, WCPC, MBACP, Counsellor/Therapist
I believe it is a fundamental part of who we are to want to live well and to be at peace with who we are and the world around us. Life's challenges can sometimes make it seem impossible to throw off the cloak of victim. A counsellor/therapist can help you back to your path, by being alongside you.
Therapy is unique to each individual- a mentor and friend while still maintaining a professional service -fast sucessful therapy-Complimentary consultation and after care giving you support to continue your chosen life changes for yourself. Specializing in weight control & hypnotic "gastric" band
Dr. Graham L Peveller, Gender Specialist PhD (Humanities - Gender) MA, CQSW, DIP.SW, PAP, ACA, CBS , Counsellor/Therapist
Practicing theraspist andonline Specialist (Transgender Issues)
t: 63 49 302 6481
Are you experiencing difficult or challenging feelings such as depression, anxiety, anger, frustration,panic or a sense of loss? You may have a sense that things are not right in your life at the moment and you can't quiet work out why this might be? I can offer you counselling and therapy now!
I am a Psychosynthesis counsellor and EFT practitioner. I use psychosynthesis techniques, EFT and Matrix Reimprinting in my practice because I have seen time and again the effectiveness of these techniques both personally and professionally.
I am an analytical psychologist in the tradition of CG Jung. My aim is to assist people to find a center in their lives from which to live from a place of meaning and authenticity.I believe that the quality of the relationship is central to the therapy and should be based on respect and trust.
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