Therapy room viewings for practitioners at Beasley's Yard

01895 239 246 01895 239 246 / 07923 074 304 07923 074 304
30th November -0001, 12.00am - 12.00am
Counsellors and trainees
Key 4 Change & Affiliates, Unit 2 Beasley's Yard, 126 High st, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 1JU

Monthly free viewings monthly at Beasley's Yard for private practitioners who want to grow or start their private practice in Hillingdon.

On the first Saturday of each month from 14:30 - 17:00, Keeley opens the doors for viewings of her well-placed therapy rooms in the heart of Uxbridge. Get to meet Keeley and explore your vision, passion and ideas for your business. Additionally, we can talk about how you aim to promote your business and how to use social media to help you spread your message.

A great deal of love and careful attention to detail went into building the airy, spacious and elegantly furnished rooms. Keeley has created an atmosphere of tranquillity and privacy where you will enjoy working.

Keeley is a well-established psychotherapist and understands the challenges that you are likely to encounter. She offers flexible rates, as well as discounts for longer term lets. For more information about hiring a consulting room or to book a viewing of our practice, please contact Keeley.

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Hosted by Keeley Taverner

Keeley Taverner is an extra-ordinary psychotherapist who has turned her life around. In 2000 she fled to a women’s refuge to fighting for a place at a university to coaching prisoners to running her own practice - Key For Change. Keeley has boldly, passionately and courageously defied the odds and now she's on a mission to help others do the same


Hosted by Keeley Taverner

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