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Meet the Therapist: Nora Beres

Meet the Therapist: Nora Beres

Nora Beres is a hypnotherapist in Bilston: "Therapy is a tool to help people to deal with physical difficulties as well as emotional traumas. Sometimes we manifest physical illness through emotional stress, so when we address the emotional issues we can help to heal physical illness."
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Meet the Therapist: Elaine Collins

Meet the Therapist: Elaine Collins

Elaine Collins is a hypnotherapist in Carmarthen and online: "Some people can be a nervous about hypnotherapy so I’d like to reassure anyone who is hesitant that it’s a completely natural and deeply relaxing therapy. It uses techniques that are simple but effective and really makes a difference to your mental and physical wellbeing."
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Meet the Therapist: Elanor Travers

Meet the Therapist: Elanor Travers

Elanor Travers is a therapist in London and online: "It is such a privilege to sit with another human and listen to the story of their life. Therapy can be hard work; witnessing a client work through a particularly hard situation can stay with you. However, it's an essential part of the therapeutic journey."
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Meet the Therapist: Ian Myers

Meet the Therapist: Ian Myers

Ian Myers is a counsellor in North Hampshire and online: "I work with clients on their past, their present and their aspirations for their future. One of the most important aspects of therapy is the ability to build a real relationship with the client, so they feel fully understood and supported."
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Meet the Therapist: Caeredwen Gregson-Barnes

Meet the Therapist: Caeredwen Gregson-Barnes

Caeredwen Gregson-Barnes is a therapist in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire: "I see many clients with low self-esteem, problems with anger, insomnia or eating, and those who have had abusive relationships. As I’m a physical therapist as well, I see people whose emotional problems manifest in physical pain and treat both aspects in tandem."
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