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Counselling & Mental Health

Our Counselling & Mental Health section in Faro has been compiled to help introduce you to local businesses who would specifically like to connect with expats. Many of these businesses speak English so they'll be easy to communicate with.

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English speaking counselling in Loule/Almancil area specialising in treatment of alcohol and drug problems, self confidence and self esteem, eating disorders, anxiety and stress management, depression and for life coaching. ...

Psychologist for treatment of anxiety, depression, family and relationships, trauma, loss and suffering, self-esteem and assertiveness, stress in the workplace, transition planning or eating disorders (anorexia and bulimia)....

The Mindfulness for Life Programme (MBCT) teaches how to enjoy life to the fullest, realise full potential, and dealing with distress and difficulty. Achieving a calmer mind with less thoughts, sleep better and going to sleep faster, worry less about future or past events, manage...

Integrative nutrition health coach for a natural and sustainable way of life. Holistic approach to wellness applying various dietary theories and practical lifestyle coaching methods. Online and face-to-face consultations. ...

Psychotherapy sessions face-to-face or online through Skype. Member of British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the British Psychological Society. Psychotherapy and counselling services ...

Person centered counselling and bereavement therapy, extensive Macmillan Cancer support. ...

Psychological therapy and coaching for individuals and the workplace; counselling for individuals, couples, retirees.  ...

Emergency infantil program for child protection and reconstruction work to benefit at risk children 0 to 6 years of age.  ...