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Meaning-Centred Therapy (Logotherapy)

Meaning-Centred Therapy (Logotherapy)

Therapy, Coaching and Mediation by Eddie Blight

Meaning-Centred Therapy (Logotherapy)

There is no need to walk the path of suffering alone!

Life’s reality is that we cannot escape suffering. Meaning-Centred Therapy (Logotherapy) is about dealing with various forms of suffering such as stress, loss, grief, psychological pain, anxiety, panic attacks, social fears, post-traumatic stress disorder, etc. 

Help is a telephone call away. Using technology ‘telephone therapy’ affords us the ability to deal with your suffering in the privacy of your own environment.
 

Meaning-Centred Therapy (Logotherapy)

Therapy, Coaching and Mediation by Eddie Blight

Therapy, Coaching and Mediation by Eddie Blight who is based in Bredasdorp, offers his comprehensive services as both a therapist and life coach. As a highly qualified Logotherapist, Eddie helps clients deal with their specific meaning in life. Therapy, Coaching and Mediation by Eddie Blight will as...

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