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Counselling ~ Face to Face
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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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.
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
Integrative therapy including: Gestalt, Humanistic, Person-centred, Transpersonal and Solution Focused approaches.
Phone and webcam counselling. Barbara Brennan trained Energy Healer and Brennan Integration Practitioner, Energy and Spiritual Healing.
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
I am a UKCP registered Psychotherapist specialising in Relationship Issues. I work with individuals and couples in Suffolk and London and run Relationship Workshops in Suffolk.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist/Integrative in West London; Counselling Psychology; MBACP (accredited)
I am an inspirational and dynamic Counsellor/Psychotherapist and Coach and I believe most people have the capacity and resources within themselves to lead a fulfilling life. However when people are troubled or having a really hard time in their life or th
I am a qualified psychotherapist/counsellor of many years experience. In my experience as a psychotherapist/counsellor, I have worked with a wide range of people with a broad range of problems including : depression, anxiety, stress and low self-esteem.
Bowen Technique,Clinical Hypnotherapy, Reflexology, Reiki, Massage, Life Coaching, Australian Bush Essences Tibetan Acupressure Head Massage, Psych-K, Counselling.
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