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Georgina Bates

Georgina has sixteen years experience with working with cancer patients and their families, first as a therapeutic radiographer at St Bartholomew’s Hospital then as a counsellor at St Christopher’s Hospice and with Mind. She is extremely passionate about supporting those with cancer with an emphasis on quality of life. Georgina also has experience working in NHS Improving Access to Psychological Services (IAPT) services, using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Mindfulness. She is HCPC and BACP registered and practices in Forest Gate. Georgina offers face-to-face and telephone counselling. Contact number for Georgina is 07903 090268


The practice is a short walk from Forest Gate and Wanstead Park stations



Last Updated:08/08/2020
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