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Bereavement Counselling Lancashire
Bereavement counselling can be a great help for anyone who has lost someone. It can also be used when the 'normal' grieving process has become caught or immovable.
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Free 1/2 hr. UKCP registered and accredited counsellor and psychotherapist, no problem too big or small.Specialist in dealing with overspending issues. See website for more details.www.jmcpsychotherapy.com. Phone sessions available in uk and international
I'm an experienced counsellor in Manchester. Confidential counselling for many issues e.g. anxiety, stress, depression, bereavement, health, disability, relationships, abuse, self-esteem. Member BACP.
Prof counselling,psychotherapy, and hypnotherapy. Dips in Counselling and Hypnosychotherapy. Adv Certificate in Therapeutic Hypnosis. Flexible appointments and easy parking. Member of BACP and GHR
The Best Personal Change and Professional Development Practice in the UK. Professional and confidental service, offices in Winchester and Southampton, Hampshire, and Harley Street, Central London.
I'm an Educational and Child Psychologist, specialising in the age range Birth to 25 years. I've been working in the field of Psychology for 10 years, and have developed skills and expertise in bringing about change in young people, in as short a time as
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