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Counselling ~ Telephone Berkshire
Similar in all respects to face to face counselling, except that the counsellor and client 'meet' over the phone at a pre-agreed time.
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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.
Skype Video Therapy Specialising in Help for Panic Attack Anxiety Symptoms. Therapeutic Acupressure, Master NLP/Trainer, EFT-Adv, HIP Registered Hypnotherapist. Friendly, loving, passionate about helping others, non judgemental, free spirit, open minded
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