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Bereavement Counselling London - Central
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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Cognitive Behavioural Therapist/Integrative in West London; Counselling Psychology; MBACP (accredited)
As a holistic medical doctor and psychotherapist, I offer Psychotherapy for personal problems, Homeopathy for health issues and Autogenic Training for profound relaxation and stress management.
Meir Stolear's specialised services include one to one and group CBT therapy, CBT for eating disorders, relationship counselling and Bereavement counselling. The main CBT model that Meir is using in his practice is the Albert Ellis's Rational Emotive Beha
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.
The Counselling Service Group is based in London and we provide and promote Therapy Services. Our aim is to help build stronger and safer Counselling Services so that everyone can have access to therapeutic support.
Responsive Gentle Qualify Therapist,Non-Judgmental;Jargon-free,Honest,Safe
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