Maggie Bell

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Bromley BR1 & London SE12
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About me name is Maggie Bell; experienced integrative therapist (CBT, Person Centred, Psychodynamic, NLP), working with the body, mind and spirit.  Also offering Hypnotherapy, Hypnoanalysis and EMDR for trauma and difficult events.  I am BACP Accred, EMDR Accred and GHR Registered.   I have more than 25 years NHS experience working in the community, inpatients, outpatients and over 15 years working in private practice.  You can learn more about the above therapies on may website which you can find the link to on this forum page.


This combination therapeutic pathway I offer works perfectly to address any issues you are experiencing and assisting you to work at a much deeper level toward you connecting to... and enhancing your natural true Self; the Self you was always meant to be. 

In life our experiences shape us both positively and negatively... the negative ones can hinder the development of the Self  ....although this can be temporary until insight is gained and thus you are able to focus on what you want to change and explore what you feel is getting in the way with the aid of, in my experience, the advanced multi-modalities that I offer.

These therapies will allow you to explore the Self (yourself) and get to know all parts of you that make you who you are now.    Helping clients to explore themselves and all their parts has led me as a Therapist to get the experience to work at the deepest level in therapy; and thus gain qualifications in specialisms where I am able to work within multi-modalities consciously, subconsciously and unconsciously; which is just working with some of the parts of the parts work that I offer.  You can learn more about Parts Therapy; more recently branded by Richard Swartz as "Internal Therapy Systems"; although Parts Work in my experience has been around for years and can be likened to NLP strategies and some Hypnotherapy approaches and other.

From beginning to end of therapy; unpacking, savouring, exploring, letting go, making space, installing resources, working through and reprocessing... I can assist you on this journey.  Long term or short term I hear you wondering.... well, depending upon the work you have done so far, your commitment to yourself, I will work with you, towards your goal/s, to get you through therapy as safely and as timely as possible where you will learn to learn strategies for tolerance, and let go of the things that no longer serve you, and build on the positive blocks and reprocess past difficult events, disturbing memories, and / or beliefs that are getting in the way of you being the best Self you can be.

I usually see people face-to-face in my Cabin or Garden Room; set within the Green Chain Walk, where there is wildlife, nature, running water and a deep deep feeling of inner peace.

Set in a luxury setting...confidential, ornate, secluded and private setting...situated within The Green Chain Walk. With the smell of nature, sound of running water and wildlife.

I can offer zoom sessions, however, only where it is not possible for you to get to my practice.


Psychotherapy is an arrangement by mutual agreement, where you (the potential client) and I (a trained professional Therapist) agree to meet up routinely, in a safe confidential space, and talk about what your concerns are, and within the process initially help you to learn and identify the triggers to issues; and timely build strategies to help you cope and manage any issues or negative cycles you are experiencing as well as exploring the underlying issues that are leading to the symptoms you are experiencing.

I like to think of this initial stage as the unpacking the negative symptoms; starting the initial letting go process and making space for more positive things.  At some stage there is the sorting through stage.  You could compare it to building damage (digging out what is not longer useful) and looking at the structure that is well support, ie your inner strengths, for example; to build upon and develop your basic structure ( your strengths) to their optimum - the strongest you, you can be - working toward your full potential!

For some people, this is enough, however, others may like to build on their new found ego-strength; as when working with me I can help you to work at a much deeper level; to get down to the way thing really are - and dig out root causes and eradicate negative cycles and patterns for good, which usually involves working with the subconscious and unconscious mind.  The initial stage is usually consciously focused and integrative within a flexible counselling approach and can be deepened with other modalities such as Hypnotherapy, NLP and EMDR.

There are so many different types of counselling but in summary Integrative Counselling is usually (Humanistic) Person Centred, (CBT) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy & (Childhood & past experiences) Psychodynamic Therapy (see more information about the below):

In brief, Person-Centered Therapy focusses on you the client; with the therapist offering the core-conditions which means an environment thats non-judgemental, (empathic) with understanding, in a warm professional confidential space where trust in the therapeutic alliance (relationship) builds with time.
In brief, (CBT) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy focusses  on the symptoms; exploring the symptoms to uncover the negative cycles that are repeating and thus building strategies to cope.
Although in my experience if you are considering therapy, then you have already started to notice negative patterns repeating. In the CBT therapeutic model  you are able to explore and express what you are feeling, and with, like a therapist, such as myself, I can reflect back to you objectively, with advanced understanding what it looks like or sounds like from outside of you.  Helping to you gain insight what it looks like from the outside world.Gradually you then develop a more realistic bigger picture and gain insight into the issues without the emotions overwhelming you and thus old negative patterns repeating.
In brief, Psychodynamic Therapy is often referred to as childhood therapy.  Within the Psychodynamic model, you explore any past issues in the recent past and even your childhood (if you wish) as not everyone feels they have had problems in their childhood.  Some people even think they had a perfect childhood to begin with, however, then within the counselling process memories are uncovered which maybe connected to the negative issues/symptoms as more negative patterns are explored and thus start to emerge.

Relationship Counselling / Couple Counselling is very similar to the above therapies but the key focus is on the issues that are affecting the relationship. I offer a 1:1 initially for each couple to give the opportunity to both individuals to discuss their own personal goals within a couple counselling arrangement. Once I see a couple as a couple I do not see them for individual sessions thereafter, unless they both agree for one to stop and the other to continue for whatever ever reason.

I specialise in bereavement counselling and have come to learn in both my professional and personal experience that bereavement of any kind is a process of change. If you have a life changing adjustment, a loss of something or someone then you will be within a process. The bereavement process cannot be avoided; however, it can be managed. If you know where you may be in the process then I believe there is a part of you that can take control of the emotions and feelings that come with loss; knowing that time heals and that things will start to feel better eventually. However, the process if not managed can impact negatively on relationships, jobs and even your physical and mental health.

A trauma is not what happens to you; it how you process it.  In therapy I refer to beg 'T's and little 'T's.  Some people do not know they have experienced a trauma where others do.  Some people will react to an experience where others do not.  We all react to different situations different, however, when a trauma strikes it can impact on a person's life with anxiety, depression, eating disorders and other symptoms.  I work in a special way with people who are having difficulties coming to terms with a trauma or multiple traumas.  In my experience trauma requires a more structured way of working in respect of identifying the trauma/s that have led to the current difficulties, and working through a reprocessing process leading to healing past wounds, physically, mentally and spiritually.  it maybe some years before someone even realises they experienced a trauma and is only aware of the impacts when triggered.

"EMDR qualified therapists are highly trained within the psychotherapy model.  EMDR aims to help the brain "unstick" and reprocess the memory properly so that it is no longer so intense.  It also helps to desensitise the person to the emotional impact of the memory, so that they can think about the event without experiencing such strong feelings.
It does this by asking the person to recall the traumatic event while they also move their eyes from side-to-side, hear a sound in each ear alternatively, or feel a tap on each hand alternatively.  These side-to-side sensations seem effectively stimulate the "stuck" processing system in the brain so that it can reprocess the information more like an ordinary memory, reducing its intensity. 
The effect may be similar to what occurs naturally during REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep, when you eyes move rapidly from side to side as the bring processes the events of the day.  Some research suggests that EMDR is effective because concentrating on another task whilst processing a distressing memory gives the brain more wok to do.  When the brain is not giving its full attention to processing the memory, it starts to become less vivid.  This allows the person to distance themselves from it and begin to remember the event in amore helpful and manageable way.
NB: EMDR is a complex therapeutic process that should always be delivered by a properly trained therapist."  (Taken from

When working in the counselling models you will usually be working with your conscious mind.  However, the subconscious/unconscious mind is sometimes described as the powerhouse and hard drive within the mind.  It is the biggest part of the mind and has been metaphorically described as the iceberg effect.  The smaller part of the iceberg you can see above the water (the conscious mind) level with the bigger part of the iceberg you cannot see below the water level (the subconscious / unconscious mind).

Within the hypnosis model we can work at the light end of positive suggestion or explore with hypnoanalysis to get beneath the surface to where the roots are to the problems (the symptoms) that surface for no apparent reason ...and access the subconscious/ unconscious mind as well as work consciously. 

When working at a deeper level ie hypnoanalysis, and thus in a very relaxed state, it is possible to revisit past stressful events, in a safe therapeutic environment, from not so long ago, as well as long ago, ie childhood and work on healing the hurting part/s without unnecessary stress in the here and now - this works well in hypnosis because it is very relaxing and we cannot feel two feelings at the same time and so being in a relaxed state alleviates any stress related to the past stressful experience.  Also in hypnosis where all the senses are heightened we are able to have a better perspective; for example, in a situation that happened in childhood in the past, now being able to have an adult perspective in the present.

The truth is when working with your internal parts it works well both in the counselling and hypnotherapy modalities.  We all know that we are all divided up into parts physically.  And recent research over the last few years has uncovered that we are also divided up into parts internally psychologically.  A therapy called Internal Family Systems (IFS) explains in depth the theory behind Parts Therapy and how IFS can really be beneficial to breaking down not just the relationships in families but also within the human internal system. 

This therapy is working at a very deep level to resolve internal and external conflict.  IFS says to me that we all have a SELF that we are born with which I like to think as the Spirit. 

If you feel you are internally conflicted I am happy to explain this therapy in relation to any symptoms you maybe experiencing and if it maybe useful to you.   Please feel free to call me on 07950 906421 and/or 07704 455944 to discuss any of the therapies I offer as part of my offer of a 15 minute complimentary telephone consultation to informally discuss your therapeutic pathway forward.


My understanding of the "Neuro" part of NLP is the brain part of the body and how it impacts on the physical and its nervous system.   The "Linguistic" part in my understanding is the language in communication (internally and externally) and the "Programming" part in my opinion is the way that we have been conditioned (influenced, shaped, nourished, nurtured) that can determine our action/s and behaviour/s (sometimes referred to as classical conditioning) and lead to a maladaptive Self.   And all of the above and more impacts on cycles of thinking, feelings and behaviours. 

I have talked about parts above a little bit already in their own right, internal parts and external parts, however, in my opinion NLP can help you to get a better life than the life that is driven by the internal has been impacted by the external (sometimes negatively) but with a good MOT and reconditioning you can learn new ways of thinking, new ways of feeling and of course new ways of behaving that can be driven more from your true Self to a better version of yourSelf.  If you want to discuss how NLP can help you on your journey then please feel free to give me a call on 07950 906421.


  • Anger:
    Anger is a natural emotion. However, when displaced it can affect our relationships with others, and ultimately the relationship with have with ourselves. Although anger is a natural emotion it is not good to bottle anger up. We can all learn to channel anger into more positive aspects of our life.
  • Anxiety:
    Anxiety is a natural feeling that comes when we think we are in danger; it can keep us safe. However, when there is no apparent reason for the anxiety it can feel very scary and not make sense to the person experiencing the symptoms. It is quite obvious when we are feeling anxious; but not always obvious as to why we are feeling what we are feeling. Feelings are a language that can be acknowledged and understood rather than ignored. Any mood state; including anxiety can be measured to a degree and categorized so that a therapeutic model can support the symptoms and thus the person.
  • Anxiety (health):
    In my professional opinion Health Anxiety usually has its roots in a past experience or past experiences; sometimes going back to childhood You may have had Health Anxiety for a long time. The good news is that it can be dealt with and managed.
  • Anxiety (Phobia):
    Phobia anxiety can fluctuate in its impact thus usually only present in a particular situation or circumstances. It usually has its roots in a past experience. It can be explored in a therapeutic safe setting and managed to move forward.
  • Anxiety (Panic Attacks):
    Panic attacks can just appear from what seems like nowhere. If you think you are experiencing panic attacks then rest assured there are lots of techniques you can use to get you through what may feel like a very uncontrolled state.
  • Anxiety (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder):
    OCD may be effecting a person to a lesser or greater degree. It usually stems from childhood in my experience and opinion. It can feel very distressing and impact on day-to-day functioning.
  • Arthritis:
    Research is pointing very much in the direction that arthritis has a body/mind connection.  I know it can be managed with the right exploring of the psychological and physical.  I believe it stems from past experiences as well as our pre-disposition.
  • Depression and Low Mood:
    Depression most times in my experience has its roots in the past, whereas anxiety has its roots more times in the future (in my experience). I have found it to be associated to repressed anger being internalized. Anger is a natural emotion that can be channeled positively outwardly like a motivator; as it is an energy, and any energy can be channeled positively.
  • Domestic Violence / Emotional Abuse:
    If you are in a relationship where you are experiencing what you think is physical and/or emotional abuse; then doubting yourself and your own feelings about what is right or wrong in the relationship is common. This can occur when your gut feeling is conflict with your core belief system. In a short therapeutic safe setting you can learn to find yourself again, connect to yourself, and start to build up understanding your situation, and thus trusting in yourself again.
  • Bulling & Harassment:
    Do feel bullied or harassed. Bullying and harassment can have detrimental long-term effects and impact psychologically and physically in terms of ill health. If you think you are being bullied then talk to someone; get it out! Talking it over with someone who is not emotionally involved will help you to separate your feelings from the actual and balance out your situation. Take control of the situation and you take control of you!
  • Childhood:
    We learn generally in childhood as well as how to adapt to the environment.  Unhelpful strategies (in the here and now) that you learned in childhood  may not serving you well in fact, outdated survival strategies can cause issues with communication, in relationships at work, in the family and so on.  If you are reading this paragraph with interest then maybe its time to think about re-evaluating your current strategy techniques, to filter the unhelpful ones out, and incorporate new grown up ones that relate to your here and now.  A new way of being!
  • Fertility (unexplained)
    If you are experiencing unexplained fertility then you may be interested to know that I am a certified Fertile Body Practitioner.  There can be many reasons for unexplained fertility.  Exploring your personal situation can really help; and I can say that I have had many successes in this area of working.
  • Fibro-Myalgia:
    In my experience this disease can be managed with the right strategies and tools.  However, it starts with you getting to know you and your Fibro-myalgia, as I believe any generic diagnosis differs in individuals.  Exploring the subconscious/unconscious as well as the conscious can be really helpful in taking the control back.  It starts with talking is my belief with a mind/body and spiritual approach.
  • Stress:
    Internal stress and external stress combined can be a recipe for disaster. The good news is that it can be managed within a therapeutic model where you start to take control of the symptoms, stress and stressors. Stressors can come in many shapes and sizes.
  • Bereavement & Loss:
    Life changing events, loss and adjustments are part of life. There is a process that occurs in the loss of something or someone. It can feel like a whirlwind that is never ending. You can learn where you are in that process in a therapeutic safe setting and make your situation more tangible rather than feelings of overwhelmed and out of your control.
  • Weight & Eating Disorders:
    Are you gaining weight or you think you may have eating issues. Weight issues and negative eating patterns are usually connected to a psychological component. I believe this usually starts in a past experience; like childhood experiences. You can learn to understand your body better, and with a mind and body approach, take control of what feels like is out of control. Maybe now is the time to get things going in the right direction; the right direction for you!
  • Carer Support:
    If you are a carer then you have probably learned to put yourself on the back burner. The truth is though, it will be a harder struggle to care for another if you are not looking after yourself. Talking and feeling supported can help in so many ways. Think of it like nurturing and nourishing the self. You can build strategies on how to do this is a few sessions of focussing on you!!!
  • Sleep Issues:
    Are you feeling tired and fatigued where your stress levels are rising? Has your sleep pattern changed, or become interrupted? Tension and worry can affect our sleep. Lack of sleep for more than a week is usually a symptom that needs attention. You can learn to relax your autonomic nervous system in order to trick your body into feeling more relaxed within a therapeutic safe environment.
  • Trauma/PTSD:
    Sometimes events happen where we have no control over them. Or things happen to us!!! If you think you are experiencing the aftermath of a past experience then I would suggest you speak to someone. Different people react differently to different events. Exploring the symptoms in a therapeutic safe environment can help you to resolve any internal conflict that you are still experiencing as a result of such an incident, accident, or experience.

The flexible approach I offer will allow you the opportunity to explore how the past may be affecting the present, if that is required, and more so what you want.
When you have a clearer picture of the past and a better understanding of why you are, where you are now, (ie the issues you are experiencing), you will see yourself more clearly in the here and now; and become more mindful of the here and now whilst moulding your future, with professional unbiased guidance and support, that will empower you to move towards taking control of the issues, rather than the issues taking control of you! AND BECOME WHO YOU REALLY ARE...WHO YOU ARE MEANT TO BE!!!

All therapies that I work with can be integrated or worked with the individual model.  Some therapies compliment others like underpinned Hypnotherapy with CBT & NLP really gets to the root of the matter, consciously, subconsciously and unconsciously.

More about hypnotherapy:
As a qualified, experienced hypnotherapist, I will work with your subconscious/unconscious mind, in addition to working with your conscious mind as is mostly the case in counselling. The subconscious/unconscious mind is thought to be 90% leaving 10% conscious.

Hypnotherapy is a very natural gentle therapy where you would experience deep deep relaxation. Once you achieve that deeper level of relaxation your subconscious/unconscious mind would be better placed to receive positive suggestions. Three sessions of Hypnotherapy integrated, or one session even, can be enough to relax you, balance your autonomic nervous system, and thus balance and ego strengthen your mind.

At its most basic level NLP is about how the human brain works.  How you think, learn what motivates you to change.  It is a sophisticated model of personal communication style and effectively a guide for personal change.

ALL THERAPIES ABOVE CAN BE COMBINED AND INTEGRATED TO HELP YOU THE INDIVIDUAL PERSON EXPLORE AND ACHIEVE YOUR UNIQUE INDIVIDUAL NEEDS!!! I know it may be a lot to digest... so call me on 07950 906421 if you would like to process some of what you have read above and I will happily answer any questions you may have.  And thank you for reading this far...


Easy roadside, free parking.
Multiple walk links from Elmstead, Mottingham, Chislehurst, Grove Park, Bromley North and adjacent.

I am about a 15 minute walk away from Grove Park Train Station and Grove Park Bus Garage (Post Code: SE12 0PW).  Or 10 minutes walk from the Toyota Car Garage in Burnt Ash (Post Code: BR1 5AJ). The 261 and the 126 stop right outside the Toyota Garage.

The local buses to Grove Park and the Toyoto Car Garage Bus Stop are 126, 261, 136.  Other London Transport is available from Bromley Central, Hayes BR2, Beckenham BR3, West Wickham BR4, PettsWood BR5, Orpington BR5 & BR6, Chislehurst BR7, Swanley & Sevenoaks BR8, Grove Park SE12, Lewisham SE13, Forest Hill SE23, Sydenham SE26, Catford SE6.  More Train Stations local are: Bromley South (Post Code: BR1 1LX) and Bromley North (Post Code: BR1 3NN).  There are local cab offices at Grove Park, Bromley South and Bromley North that are not far away.

Close to Grove Park and Bromley.  You can park most times outside the premises with ease.  I am fifteen minutes away from Grove Park Station if you are walking (taking the route through Chinbrook Meadows).  Buses that pass this way are the 126, 261, 136 and there are more; depending upon where you are coming from.

I believe the environment to be a very important aspect of our wellbeing, and therapy is no different just like I believe that the body and mind work in tandem, ie Your mind works with your body and vice-versa.

I believe that all your senses in the environment below can be raised earlier to their optimum to help you experience a therapeutic journey that is individual to you, where you feel free to explore and relax into the journey, your own individual unique journey, without distraction.


I feel this stress-free, therapeutic setting, illustrated above, is an extra, to the service I offer.

Please feel free to call me, or text me, on 07950 906421 or 07704 455944 to discuss further in a free consultation.
Kind Regards

Training, qualifications & experience

My qualifications & training:
Bereavement Specialist
Weight Management Specialist
Hypno-band licensed Specialist
Fertility Specialist (Fertile Body Method)
Hypnobirthing Specialist (Easi Birthing)
Couple & Relationship Specialist

My experience:
Over 25 years working in the NHS, inpatient, community & private practice. NHS NHS Patient Advocate
NHS Mental health services
Private long term, and short term, therapy
Short term GP surgery counselling
Private long term & short term bereavement counselling
Bromley Behavioural Unit (primary schools)
Bereavement in the community.

Up-to-date enhanced CRB clearance.
Continued professional development training & research.
Full professional indemnity insurance.
Regular Counselling, EMDR & Parts Therapy Supervision.

Member organisations

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British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)

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Individual members will have completed an appropriate counselling or psychotherapy course and started to practise, but they won’t appear on the BACP Register until they've demonstrated that they meet the standards for registration. Student members are still in the process of completing their training.

All members are bound by the BACP Ethical Framework and a Professional Conduct Procedure.

EMDR Europe
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EMDR Europe

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British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
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Areas of counselling I deal with

Other areas of counselling I deal with

ANXIETY:  I have always had a special interest in anxiety and its associations, how it develops both genetically and learned.  Yes, it can be learned.  And how anxiety is projected onto others.  Anxiety is a vast subject in my experience and I continue to learn through my clients and my own experiences.

TRAUMA:  I have an interest in recent years with regards to Trauma and how Trauma effects us.  Most people have had a Trauma to a greater or lesser degree.  What may affect one person may not affect another as much, and vice versa.  I believe Trauma to be so personal.  It is possible for a person to experience a Trauma and not even realise it; as the mind can repress Trauma to protect us.  In my experience, though the body has a memory.  Working with the body can help to access the Trauma to start the healing process.  I am not a Therapist to smash a nut with a sledgehammer.  In my experience defences are there for a reason and need to be carefully managed.

FAMILY DYNAMICS/SYSTEMICS: Most clients have a family unit, or friendship unit of some kind or other.  Over the years I have developed a particular interest in family dynamics and family therapy and how they impact on individuals within the family, and then repeat in further relationships external to the family. If you are in a relationship and are, or feel you are, feeling alone in looking after someone that has issues that are affecting you, then I would say to you that "helping" or "help" comes in many different ways and sometimes just requires initially focussing on ourselves before we can enhance our relationships with others, and thus help others maybe to help themselves.


Justice is very important to our wellbeing I think more than we realise.  You have many rights as a human being.  For example, you have the right to express yourself, the right to feel heard, the right to change your mind...and so on.  Equality is a word that crops up here and there in the work place under Health and Safety.  I developed my interest in this area whilst working for an Independent NHS Watchdog in my earlier life, and then later some years ago as a Union Representative for the GMB.  It was then that I realised how important to myself that there is as much justice as possible.  It cannot be perfect.  But that does not stop us striving.


As a Counsellor working for many years with people having relationship problems.  I have come to realise for a good amount of time now that your relationship with you is ultimately the most important relationship of all! Just focussing on yourself will help you in relationships, with your family,  your work colleagues, your friends, your partner and more - but I also want to say that therapy can help with so much more as we are all individuals and therefore no two experiences of therapy will be the same.

Thank you for taking the time to read the above information - I hope it has been informative and helpful enough for you to now be in a better position to know your next step forward.
Best Wishes
Maggie Bell


£75.00 - £115.00
Free initial telephone session

Concessions offered for

  • Low income
  • Keyworkers
  • OAPs
  • Students
  • Trainee counsellors
  • Unemployed

Additional information


More information on website:  Or google Maggie Bell Counselling Bromley BR1 5AY.

When I work

My working hours are flexible.

Further information

Please feel free to start the journey of therapy and text me or call me on 07950 906421 to arrange a FREE OF CHARGE pre-initial assessment.  Alternatively you can e-mail me on the above link.

There will be absolutely no obligation - I will be delighted to hear from you.  The FREE OF CHARGE pre-initial assessment allows for me to communicate how I work and, if you want to, discuss the main issues, and my thoughts about how you move forward therapeutically.  This will help for you to get to know me a little bit (and me you), and then feedback to you my thoughts and discuss with you further the options that I feel may be available to you to move forward.

I look forward to hearing from you.
Maggie Bell
Registered with The British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy & The General Hypnotherapy Register.

Please read my article on Fertility

Maggie Bell is also registered with Hypnotherapy Directory.

Bromley, Kent, BR1

Baring Road, London, SE12

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Adults (25-64)
Older Adults (65+)

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My name is Maggie Bell and I am able to offer student counselling / counselling supervision that is cost effective if you are in training.

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