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Meet the Therapist: Della Adams

Meet the Therapist: Della Adams

Della Adams is a counsellor in Bristol and online: "Every person I see is welcomed into a safe and secure environment where they can explore feelings, emotions, what ails them, and where they can tell their story, with no fear of judgement. Building trust and rapport, we work together to find routes to healing."
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Meet the Therapist: Rhona Wooldridge

Meet the Therapist: Rhona Wooldridge

Rhona Wooldridge is a therapist in NW London and online: "It's not uncommon for a client to come to therapy with one intention and discover some other issue comes to light. It is in those moments, with the help of the therapist, that clients can engage in different and more meaningful perspectives."
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Meet the Therapist: Sam Rawlings

Meet the Therapist: Sam Rawlings

Sam Rawlings is a counsellor in Leeds and online: "Anxiety can show itself in many ways. Particularly for children, anxiety can come in the form of physical pain, tummy aches or headaches. A child isn’t always aware of what a panic attack is and there can be a lot of confusion of what is happening to them."
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Meet the Therapist: Louise Squires

Meet the Therapist: Louise Squires

Louise Squires is a hypnotherapist in Worcestershire and online: "I specialise in hypnotherapy based on modern, clinically proven, neuroscience based techniques. The best bit about solution-focused hypnotherapy is that I do all of this without any need to revisit the past or unpick old problems!"
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Meet the Therapist: Beibei Mu

Meet the Therapist: Beibei Mu

Beibei Mu is a therapist in London and online: "It is when we courageously accept how we truly feel and embrace who we truly are, our old wounds can slowly heal and be transformed into something new and precious. Therapy can be a space to understand your feelings, your past, and integrate various parts of your life. It can also be a place to experiment and explore new ways of being."
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