Mark Peters

How and why I became a therapist.  After I had finished school, I completed a psychology degree through the Open University. I was interested in what made people tick but I was not clear what use I would make of this learning. A few years later I was prompted by a friend to study counselling

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Jillian Barr

I began my counselling career in 2010 working in voluntary and community settings on a part time basis. During this time I was working with families who had experienced domestic violence. I am passionate about families and have facilitated parenting programs, I supported many families over 10+ years who had experienced or were living with

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Elaine McIntyre

I trained as an integrative therapist in 2012, firstly working with adults and in 2014 successfully completed a specialized training to work with Children & Young People.  I further added to my training in 2018, completing a Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).  While I work with adults, young people and children, I have a

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Alison Chesney

I began my counselling studies in 2006 following a career in Nursing. I qualified as a counsellor in 2010 and became an Accredited Member of The British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in 2012. Since then I have worked as a counsellor in the public and voluntary sector. I have experience in working with adults

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Pauline Hewitt

I have been practicing as a counsellor and psychotherapist since 2007 firstly gaining experience within the voluntary and community sector and then setting up my private practice in 2013 under the name of Eden Therapies. Seeing everyone as having unique value and worth, I have always counted it a privilege and honour to be invited

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