About us 2018-10-11T16:18:37+00:00

Yorkshire Psychotherapy Ltd is a collective of qualified practitioners with over 130 years combined experience. Find out about us below.

Heather Howard-Thompson

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist (Adult)  & EMDR Practitioner (Child, Adolescent & Adult)

I am an Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, with over 20 years experience in the NHS. I launched Yorkshire Psychotherapy in January 2015 and have since taken on Associates to offer a wide range of therapies to individuals and businesses.

I have worked in a number of roles for the NHS, over the past twenty years as both a Registered Mental Health Nurse, Manager and Psychotherapist.  I provide Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement and Desensitisation (EMDR) for a range of common mental health problems, including anxiety, depression and trauma, as well as specialising in work related stress, bullying and harassment and mediation.

I undertake regular clinical supervision with an accredited supervisor, am DBS checked and have Public Liability Insurance.

Qualifications and training

  • Diploma in Mental Health Nursing
    1997: The University of Sheffield

  • Bachelor of Medical Science in Enduring Mental Health Practice
    2003: The University of Sheffield

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, an experiential introduction (2 day workshop)
    2011: Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust

  • Certificate in Internal Workplace Mediation
    2008: ACAS

  • Short Term Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: 80 credits at Level 6
    2009: The University of York

  • Managing Chronic Pain:  A practical skills workshop on using CBT for persistent pain
    2015: BABCP Regional Workshop

  • Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR) Training – theory and practice (parts one, two, three and four)
    2013: EMDR Extra

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy
    2015: Sheffield Hallam University

  • CBASP: Innovative Treatment for Persistent Depression
    2016: BABCP Regional Workshop

David Thompson

RMN & EMDR Practitioner (Adult)

I am a Registered Mental Health Nurse and EMDR Practitioner, with over 40 years experience of working in a range of mental health services.

I recently retired from the NHS, where I worked within an Occupational Health Department, providing work place support, cognitive behavioural interventions and EMDR for staff. I have a special interest in pain management and the use of EMDR to help manage pain.

Qualifications and training

  • Registered Mental Health Nurse
    1971: General Nursing Coucil for England and Wales

  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Mental Health Nursing
    1991:  Council for National Academic Awards

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, CBT for Pain Management, Metacognitive Interventions
    2011, 12, 13, 15: British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies

  • CBASP: Innovative Treatment for Persistent Depression
    2016: BABCP Regional Workshop

  • Registered General Nurse
    1974: General Nursig Council for England and Wales

  • EMDR parts 1,2,3 and 4
    2014: EMDR Europe

  • Stopping Self Harm and Replacing it With Something Better
    2005: Association of Psychological Therapies

  • Metacognitive Interventions
    2013: BABCP Regional Workshop

  • Diploma in Professional Studies in Nursing
    1989: Council for National Academic Awards

  • 80 points at Level 6, Short Term Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
    2013: University of York

  • Managing Chronic Pain:  A practical skills workshop on using CBT for persistent pain
    2015: BABCP Regional Workshop

  • Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
    2014: Wellpresent

Penny Swales

Counsellor (Adult)

My Training and experience, grounded in the Person Centred approach to Counselling and Psychotherapy, enables me to offer clients an atmosphere of unconditional acceptance and warmth.

I have six years experience working in an NHS setting and Private Practice and with a variety of issues.
I consider myself to be an integrative therapist as I have completed training and professional development within the theories of Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy and Dreams and Nightmare Analysis.

Qualifications and training

  • Level 3 Person Centred Counselling
    2007: CPCAB

  • Level 3 Integrative Therapies 
    2008: Open University CPCAB

  • Advanced Diploma in the theory and practice of therapeutic Counselling and Psychotherapy
    2011: ABC

  • Level 3 Integrative Therapies
    2008 (April): Open University, CPCAB

  • Relationship training
    2001: Teminos Sheffield

  • Dream and Nightmare analysis post graduate training
    2015: Yorkshire Counselling Network

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Post graduate training
    2013: Yorkshire Counselling Network

  • Sexual Abuse SARC
    2011 (July): Rotherham

  • Sexual Abuse training course
    2011: SARC

  • Act post graduate training course
    2015: Leeds University Hospital Counselling Network

  • Level 3 Person Centred Counselling
    2007 (December): CPCAB

  • Domestic abuse and its effects in children
    2013 (September): BMBC

Jane Taylor

RMN & Training facilitator

Hello, my name is Jane and I qualified as a mental health nurse in 1991.

I have many years experience in mental health nursing and management and use a range of interventions with clients to help facilitate change. I have recently moved into teaching and believe that education and information are the foundations of initiating change in ourselves. I have a special interest in coaching and facilitating change through sharing experiences in group work.  I also enjoy addressing prejudices that surround mental health through awareness sessions in a thought provoking manner from a DBT and ACT perspective.

Qualifications and training

  • RMN
    1991: The University of Sheffield

  • MSC – medical and health sciences
    2010: Sheffield University

  • PGDipEd
    2015: Huddersfield University

Vicky Haywood

Life Coach

Hi, I’m Vicky. I’m a Life coach and Reiki Practitioner. I feel my ultimate aim in the work I do with people is to enable them to live to their highest potential.

I have 21 year’s experience of working within the NHS as a Specialist Mental Health Social Worker. I am also an experienced Practice Educator.

I work alongside adults and young people  who experience mental health difficulties, which include anxiety, depression, trauma, mood disorder and psychosis. I can work with people on their own or alongside their partners and families to help them achieve and maintain well-being in every area of life.

Life coaching and Neuro Linguistic Programming  (NLP)  focuses primarily on the future rather than exploring the root cause of mental distress, and offers the opportunity to move beyond goal setting. It helps us to understand how we interpret the world, where we see ourselves in it and the reasons that we make certain decisions. In this way we can help to reprogram the brain in relation to patterns of thinking and behaviour.

Overall, Life coaching is a process of guided discovery combined with natural intuition ensuring that you move forward from a position of clarity and integrity which will support you to achieve the changes you hope to make.

Qualifications and training

  • Diploma (Level5) in Performance Coaching
    2013: Simply Changing Limited.

  • Second Degree Reiki (Usui Shiki Ryoho) Practitioner Award
    2009: Trish Grain Reiki Master and Teacher.

  • Post Qualifying Award in Social Work
    2008: General Social Care Council

  • Mental Health Social Work (Approved Social Worker) Award
    2007: General Social Care Council

  • BSc Psychosocial Interventions
    2005: Leeds Metropolitan University.

  • BA (Hons) Social Work Studies
    1996: Sheffield Hallam University

  • Diploma in Social Work
    1996: Sheffield Hallam University

Ann Swift

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist (Adult) & EMDR Practitioner (Adult)

I completed my training as an occupational therapist in 1996 and after a brief spell of working on a general ward, I went on to specialise in mental health, working both in hospital and in the community.

Having been particularly interested in cognitive behavioural therapy, I completed a basic skills course in 1999 and went on to complete a masters degree in psychosocial interventions and a post graduate diploma in cognitive behavioural psychotherapy. I am also trained in EMDR and DBT.

I have worked as a psychotherapist for the NHS for the last 13 years and during that time, helped to set up and teach on the IAPT high intensity CBT course at the University of Sheffield, for which our team won a Fellowship Award.

In the last 20 years I have worked with a diverse range of mental health problems with individuals and groups. I am particularly interested in helping people to understand how mental health problems develop, how they are maintained and most importantly, how they can be overcome.

Mike Underwood

Counsellor (Adult)

Hi, I’m Mike. I’m a qualified counsellor. I work as a counsellor in an NHS setting and also in a family support centre.

As a counsellor I do not offer analysis or advice as my view is that you are the expert on you. I do however offer a listening ear so that you can tell your story as you see it as a starting point for deeper exploration. I will try to provide the understanding environment, which the world sometimes seems to lack, so that you feel safe to explore whatever seems to trouble you.

Qualifications and training

  • Certificate in Counselling Studies (level 3):
    2014: CPCAB

  • Drugs Awareness Training:
    2015: Wakefield Inspiring Recovery

  • Diploma in Online Counselling (credit):
    2017: OCST

  • Introduction to Gestalt:
    2018: Gestalt Groups

  • Diploma in therapeutic Counselling (level 4):
    2016: CPCAB

  • Working with Trauma short-Term:
    2016: Yorkshire Counselling Network

  • Introduction to Solution Focussed Approaches:
    2016: Solution Focus Sheffield

  • Introduction to Working with Dreams and Imagery:
    2014: Yorkshire Counselling Network

  • Relational Depth & Emotional Connection online therapy:
    2016: BACP

  • Identity: Can You Tell Me Who I Am?:
    2017: BACP

Dr Vicki Wingrove

Clinical Psychologist (Child & Adolescents)

I’m a Senior Clinical Psychologist with over ten years’ experience of working with children, young people and their families.

I specialise in working with children with additional needs, learning disabilities and/or neuro-developmental conditions (e.g. ASD) who are experiencing mental health issues, factors impacting on emotional well-being or challenging behaviours. I can offer psychological formulations, tailored intervention and parental support packages.

Qualifications and training

  • BSc Hons Psychology:
    1998: Sheffield Hallam University 2:1

  • Griffith Mental Development Scales:
    2008: Ass for research in infant and Child Development

  • ADOS:
    2009: University of Cambridge

  • Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
    2017: Online Uni of South Caroline

  • Master of Arts Disability Studies:
    2001: University of Sheffield

  • Family Partnership Model (Core, Facilitator, Supervisor):
    2008/2009: Dr Crispin Day, Centre for Parent and Child

  • Post Grad Certificate in Therapeutic Play:
    2012: Canterbury University/ PTUK  distinction

  • Using Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Childhood Traumatic Grief
    2017: Online Uni of South Caroline

  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology:
    2005: University of Teesside

  • ADI-R:
    2009: University of Cambridge

  • Theraplay level 1
    2014: The Theraplay Institute

Karen Khamis-Burtoft

Occupational Therapist (Child & Adolescents)

I have worked as an Occupational Therapist since 1994 and have extensive experience working with people of all ages with a variety of complex needs such as mental health, learning disabilities, physical and neurodevelopmental conditions.

I have been a core member of a multi-disciplinary ASC assessment team since 2013. I am ADOS 2 trained. I am qualified in sensory integration assessment and intervention, which can be a core difficulty of individuals on the autism spectrum.

I have experience of providing advice and support to individuals/families/carers as well as educational settings regarding ASC on an individual basis or as a training package.

Jo Newing

ADHD Specialist Nurse (Child & Adolescents)

I am a Registered General and Mental Health Nurse with a Diploma in Child and Adolescent Mental Health. I have over 15 years experience of working with Children and Young People.

My specific area of expertise is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children. ADHD is a Neurodevelopmental condition which affects both children, adolescents and adults.

My main role is to carry out an in depth assessment to determine the difficulties you and your child are experiencing and to help plan a way forward. The assessment is undertaken by myself, during which time I will discuss any questions and concerns you may have, carry out one to one assessment sessions as well as a school visit if appropriate. The assessment will then be recorded in a comprehensive report.

Qualifications and training

  • Registered General Nurse:
    1979: GNC

  • Diploma in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Nursing:
    2002: Sheffield University

  • UKANN National Conference. “The ABC of ADHD”:
    2011 (September): Warwick University

  • Registered Mental Health Nurse:
    1984: ENB

  • European Computer Driving Licence (Part 1&2):
    2006 (May): British Computer Society

  • City and Guilds Teaching Cert (Adult Learning 730):
    1987: City & Guilds

  • The RAID Approach to Asperger’s Syndrome:
    2008 (December): Association For Psychological Therapies

Emily Henman

Speech & Language Therapist (Child & Adolescents)

I am a Speech and Language Therapist with over 15 years’ experience.

I initially worked with children in the community and mainstream schools, focussing mainly on special needs and Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD). However, for the majority of my career, I have worked with people with learning disability, challenging behaviour and ASD. I am dysphagia trained, sensory integration trained and am an accomplished Intensive Interaction Practitioner.

I often work with not only the child or adult with communication needs but also those people (family, colleagues, friends etc.) in their daily environment and can offer support, intervention and training relevant and suitable to the individual and their families.

Dr Andrew Charters

Psychiatrist (Child & Adolescents)

I am a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist I attended Guys Hospital Medical School.

After 2 years in hospital paediatrics in Manchester and Edinburgh, I completed general practice training in Newcastle and London. I then worked in community paediatrics in Salford before psychiatric training in greater Manchester.

I worked as a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in Barnsley from 1998 – 2016 and have since worked as a medical redactor in Leeds. As a Psychiatrist I was mainly involved in the assessment of adhd and autism spectrum disorders, depression, anxiety, psychosis and trauma.

I used pharmacotherapy, family therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, solution focused therapy, hypnotherapy, eye movement desensitisation reprocessing, group therapy and parenting skills.

Gemma Schofield-Webber

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist (Child & Adolescents)

I am a registered mental health nurse with an advanced diploma in child and adolescent mental health and post graduate diploma in cognitive behavioural therapy.

I have a wide experience of working with Children and young people with over 11 years practice experience. I have a keen interest of working with children who present with anxiety related difficulties including phobias and obsessive compulsive disorders.

Joanna Coulling

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist

I am an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist (CBT) enjoying working with people aged 16 years upwards and who are experiencing difficulties with anxiety symptoms, or low mood/depression.

I am an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist (CBT) enjoying working with people aged 16 years upwards and who are experiencing difficulties with anxiety symptoms, or low mood/depression. I also practice EMDR as a treatment option for dealing with traumatic life events. I have over 18 years of experience working for the NHS beginning my career as a Registered Mental Health Nurse where I have worked in a variety of settings prior to focussing on CBT for the last 7 years. I receive regular supervision, ongoing learning and requirements of regulatory bodies NMC and BABCP.

Qualifications and training

  • Diploma in Nursing:
    2000: University of Nottingham

  • Post graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy:
    2011: University of Huddersfield

  • Introduction to CBT (Level 3):
    2003: Sheffield Hallam University

  • EMDR Parts 1-4:
    EMDR Extra

  • Bachelor Of Medicine Science (In Mental Health Practice):
    2006

Catherine Kaye

Parenting Practitioner

For the past 17 years I have worked for Barnardo’s supporting families and children experiencing a variety of difficulties at home or in an educational setting.

During this time I have offered one to one support and delivered a variety of parenting groups. These include “Triple P”, “Parenting Wisely”, “Strengthening Families” and “Incredible Years Baby, Toddler, Child and School Age Programmes”(Webster Stratton). As an accredited Incredible Years group leader I support parents of children from birth through to teenage years. I believe that all children thrive on the positive attention and security their families can offer and that difficult behaviours can be managed in a positive way. Together we can explore issues you have identified and I will help you to move forward. I will work with you to meet your family’s needs using your existing knowledge and skills. I believe that no one knows your child as well as you do.

More recently I have supported parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Parents have often been on an emotional rollercoaster when they have suspected their child had a specific need or on hearing the diagnosis of ASD. The recognition of an individual need comes at the end of a lengthy process and can leave families feeling worried and wondering what the future will hold. With my knowledge and experience of parenting I use a positive outlook and solution focused approach to recognise strengths of specific parenting styles and how this would benefit your child in the future.

A tailored parent support service helps to explore and understand particular behaviour. I explore child development, focused time together, praise, routines, boundaries, emotional wellbeing and regulation in order to best suit the needs of your family. By recognising the individual needs of children, I can help to develop confidence and skills so that you can experience enjoyable times together.

I am an experienced Family Group Conference Convenor and Advocate. Using this approach I will support you prior to and during professional meetings. I can be present during discussions between family members so that you will be confident that others hear and recognise the specific needs of your child.

I am a qualified sleep practitioner and recognise how sleep deprivation impacts negatively on family life and child development. I am trained to recognise and support the sleep needs of children with ASD. Where sleep is an issue in the family, I am able to develop a behavioural plan to encourage children to have a more restful night. This will include understanding sleep needs of children, implementing an effective bed time routine and teaching your child to self-settle at night.

I am a qualified primary school teacher with Early Years specialism. I recognise that sometimes classroom can be a difficult place for children. It is vital that the adults around them identify and respond to their needs and wellbeing. As an integral part of a parenting package I help parents to explore and communicate the needs of their children to ensure they are understood and therefore able to fulfil their potential.

Qualifications and training

  • BA hons Applied Social Studies 2:1:
    1989: Lancashire Polytechnic

  • Parenting wisely Leader:
    2006

  • Incredible Years Leader:
    2009: Updated Programmes

  • Incredible Years:
    2009: Baby and Toddler Programme

  • The Hidden Sentence:
    2014: CAPI

  • Children’s Sleep Charity Training:
    2017: Sleep Practitioner
    2018: Attachment and Trauma
    2018: Impact of ASD on Sleep

  • PGCE Primary Classroom Teaching with Early Years:
    1990: Leeds University

  • Protective Behaviours:
    2006: Barnardo’s

  • Strengthening Families Leader:
    2009

  • Incredible Years:
    2009: School Age Programme

  • Toxic Trio:
    2016: BMBC

  • Train the Trainer:
    2018: Sleep Programme

  • NVQ Level 3 Children and Young People:
    2004

  • Family Group Conference Training:
    2008: Convenor and Advocate

  • Triple P:
    2009: Positive Parenting

  • Incredible Years:
    2011: Parent Training Group Leader Accreditation

  • Five to Thrive:
    2017: Brain Development and Positive Parenting Barnardo’s

  • Employment Funded Training:
    Annual Mandatory Training including safeguarding and equality and diversity

Mini Pillay

Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

I am a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, currently working as a Consultant in the NHS since 2009.

I worked in various specialties in psychiatry from 1997 to 2005, and since then have worked with children and adolescents. In addition to experience in diagnosing and treating a wide range of mental disorders, I have specialised in working with children and young people with neurodevelopmental disorders, particularly learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders. In addition to my clinical role, I have also held formal roles in the NHS in clinical leadership, medical management and medical education.

Qualifications and training

  • MBBS:
    1993: Kerala University, India

  • Approved under section 12 of the Mental Health Act 1983 as an Approved Clinician

  • ADOS training:
    2011: November

  • MBBS:
    1993: Kerala University, India

  • Approved under section 12 of the Mental Health Act 1983 as an Approved Clinician

  • ADOS training:
    2011: November

  • MRC Psych:
    2004: UK

  • Awarded 2 points in the NHS Consultants’ Clinical Excellence Awards Scheme:
    2012: (Employer based)

Eleanor Morton

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist

I am a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and an accredited member of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapist (BABCP).

I currently work for the NHS in a Primary Care setting working with adults, and with students at a local college, providing assessments and treatment for common mental health difficulties. Alongside this I supervise Trainee CBT therapists on the High Intensity Psychological Interventions (HIPI) course at the University of Sheffield. I am trained in Cognitive Behavioural Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP) which is specifically developed for treating persistent depression and completing training in Eye Movement Desensitisation Resprocessing (EMDR).

I have had the pleasure of working with people from different backgrounds and aim to support them to increase confidence and attain recovery, through the use of evidence based treatment and an open, honest and safe therapeutic alliance.

  • BSc (Hons) Psychology:
    2008

  • Cognitive Behavioural Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP):
    2017

  • Post Graduate Certificate in Low Intensity Psychological Interventions:
    2011

  • EMDR (part 1):
    2018

  • Post Graduate Diploma in CBT:
    2016

Jane Smith

Training/Workshop facilitator

I am an enterprising, professional individual and clinical expert, having a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of perioperative nursing, risk management, human factor training and quality assurance methodologies.

I think in terms of patient safety, clinical effectiveness, patient experience, responsiveness, the level of caring and being “well led”. I am enthusiastic and I work with decisiveness and conviction. I have a proactive attitude and find positive ways to stimulate and engage with people. I thrive on challenges with a commitment to consistently deliver a high quality service.

Janette Ward

Training/Workshop facilitator

I’m Janette, my passion is facilitating, innovative, creative, quality training and group experiences that enable adults and children to make meaningful, sustainable change.

I have worked with adults and children in the fields of health, social care and education for over 35 years. My roles have included social worker, personal tutor, lecturer and training facilitator. In addition I am a citizen journalist writing monthly articles on mental health for the Urban Echo newspaper.

I also lead retreats on many aspects of wellbeing. My qualifications include Advanced WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) Facilitator; Advanced Diploma in Counselling and Groupwork and various qualifications in NLP, Focusing, Life Coaching, AVP (Alternatives To Violence) Facilitator.

I am motivated by a strong value base and have personally experienced some of the topics I facilitate about, so I bring a blend of experience, knowledge, empathy and understanding.

Dr Lisa Moss

Clinical Psychologist

I am a Clinical Psychologist registered with the Health and Social Care Professions Council (HCPC).

I am experienced in the assessment and treatment of a wide range of psychological and mental health difficulties including anxiety disorders, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, relationship difficulties, grief and low self esteem. My specialist interest is in the area of neuro-development including autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). I am interested in perinatal psychology and the development of attachment and the complex interaction between early childhood experiences such as neglect and trauma, parental mental health issues and environmental factors in the development of mental health difficulties.

I draw on a number of therapeutic models and interventions including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), systemic and solution focused approaches, individually tailored to meet the needs of my clients and their families.

Qualifications and training

  • BSc (Hons) Psychology
    2002: Sheffield Hallam University

  • Autism Diagnostic Interview Schedule, ADOS-2
    2014: Pearson Assessment, London

  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy):
    2004: University of Sheffield

  • Diagnostic Interview for Social and Communication Disorders (DISCO):
    2012: Lorna Wing Centre

Heather Laverack

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist

With almost 20 years experience in Mental Health I have worked within the NHS, Voluntary sector and in private practice.

My experience is varied and I have been privileged to work with brave and courageous people from many different types of backgrounds and cultures who have had a range of difficulties that they have sought help for. These have included; OCD, Trauma / PTSD, GAD, Health Anxiety, Social Phobia, Panic and Depression.
I have a particular interest in Eating Disorders and currently work at a specialist eating disorder service.

I am qualified in a number of therapies including, Counselling, CBT, EMDR, CBASP, Mindfulness and CFT.

My approach is to create a safe space to reach a shared understanding with people of their problems that are impacting on them. Helping them improve the quality of their lives by learning and developing strategies to move forward now and for their future.

I am a fully accredited member of BABCP and undertake regular clinical supervision and CPD to develop and further my skills to ensure I can offer the most appropriate, timely and effective interventions.

Qualifications and training

  • Diploma in counselling
    July 2001: University of Leeds

  • CBT for Learning Disabilities
    May 2011: University of Hull

  • EMDR Part 2:
    February 2012: EMDR Europe

  • IAPT Supervisor training:
    University of Sheffield

  • Post Graduate Diploma Cognitive Therapy:
    March 2009: University of Manchester

  • Clinical Supervision:
    June 2011: Sheffield Hallam University

  • EMDR Part 3:
    April 2012: EMDR Europe

  • CBASP with CBT:
    January 2017: BABCP

  • Compassion focussed therapy and Compassionate Mind training:
    September 2010: BABCP

  • EMDR Part 1:
    October 2011: EMDR Europe

  • EMDR Part 4:
    October 2012: EMDR Europe

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