Linda Moore CNHC, FFHT, MBTPA, MEGCBT, Cert CBS
Linda works with adults and children, with symptoms such as pain, insomnia, stress, joint stiffness and muscle tension. These may be caused by long term, degenerative and complex conditions or injuries. Other clients enjoy having therapies for relaxation and time to themselves. Bowen Technique Reflexology Indian Head Massage Reiki Master/Teacher Traditional Ear Candling
Qualified Nurses with 15 years of Acupuncture experience, formerly within an NHS setting. Gill and Sarah have trained with the British Academy of Western Medical Acupuncture and hold the Licentiate in Acupuncture. They offer treatment for many conditions including Musculo-skeletal conditions (arthritis, back/neck pain), migraine, hormonal problems, fertility, anxiety, sleep and relaxation. They offer both body and Auricular Acupuncture.
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Private counselling and therapy. Jools is a Person- Centred Counsellor with a background in Child Psychology, she works with adults, adolescents and children. A BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) qualified counsellor Jools endeavours to help clients explore their world and enable them to gain an understanding of their place in it. As a therapist she firmly believes that everyone benefits from being listened to in a safe, non judgmental and empowering environment. The therapeutic counselling relationship helps the client to face life challenges and also supports them in navigating through them. Jools has experience of working with Self- Harm, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bereavement, Low Mood, Depression, Low Self Worth, Attachment disorders and Gender confusion.
Tel: 07788 968841
Kirsty is a qualified Integrative Psychotherapist and Pyschotherapeutic Counsellor. She is registered member of the UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy ) and a member of the Northern Guild of Psychotherapy in Jesmond. What is central to the work is empathy, unconditional positive regard, warmth, respectful challenge, congruence and respect. Above all, what is important is that you have a safe, non judgemental confidential space to help explore and work through the situation or patterns of behaviour which have brought you to therapy. Counselling can help with “here and now” issues and will allow you to explore your thoughts and feelings and process the emotions associated. It can also help to reduce negative thought patterns. Psychotherapy can help with more deep rooted, long standing issues and can help you to understand the impact this can have on current relationships. This would allow you to talk through, process and set about positive change or to come to a place of acceptance. Therapy can help with:-Grief and loss, change in life circumstance (loss of job, divorce),stress, low mood, difficulties forming or maintaining relationships, Early childhood trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, general dissatisfaction with your personal life.
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