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Counselling ~ Face to Face Cheshire
Counselling has been called the 'talking' therapy. The counsellor and client often meet face to face at a designated time and place to 'talk' through the clients issues.It may be used to help the client resolve conscious conflicts sometimes with a focus on setting goals and problem solving. Although called the 'talking' therapy a wide variety of techniques may be used by the therapist accorging to his/her training and method of working. A counsellor's training background may be from a variety of fields and life experiences.
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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.
Dr Elizabeth White is an experienced and highly qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist, Master Practitioner of NLP, TFT Thought Field Therapist, IEMT, Counsellor and a Qualified Life Coach. Trained and Insured to the highest levels in all dis
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
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.
Hello, my name is Sue I have been working in the field of health and social care for many years and am experienced in elderly mental health.My qualifications are diploma in health and social care, mental health and psychiatry,cognitive behavioural therapy
I take Counselling, Life Coaching & NLP one stage further by offering Horse Therapy for People through equine facilitated learning/equine assisted life coaching/equine assisted psychotherapy - simple yet effective
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
Pam Daniels is an AAMET registered EFT Advanced Practitioner, a BTEC qualified Life Coach and a Relate trained counsellor.
I use a range of gentle and effective brief therapy approaches to help people gain freedom from anxiety, fears, phobias, addictions, insomnia, depression, trauma. I am dedicated to assisting my clients to make positive changes as quickly and painlessly as
Counselling one on one, couples, young people, all emotional difficulties
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