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A Wee Bit About Me, Linda Hardy
I live on the Ayrshire coast with my husband David, and enjoy getting out with my camera, or going for a walk or a cycle ride. 
Originally from Stirlingshire, I moved 'down south' when I was in my early 20s, then lived for several years in a combination of places - namely Brighton, London and Berkshire. I was based in London for the majority of my working life, and living and working within a multi-cultural environment enriched my life immensely.  
For many years, I was employed by a major charity, and supported people through many challenges in life. This included within street homelessness services, and in community and mental health outreach settings across London.
My work meant that I had to be flexible, and to be able to adapt to a wide range of situations and social and emotional needs.  I decided to formally train as a therapist, and in 2011, I graduated with a Masters degree in Rational-Emotive & Cognitive Behaviour Therapy from the University of in 2011; having also gained a degree in Politics & Development Studies from Sussex University in 1996.
Since graduating with my Masters in 2011, I worked for 4 years in a bereavement & Carers service in South London. and also within a drug and alcohol recovery service for 2 years.  
I have also embarked on other courses and training, which includes an intensive 4-days training at the University of Strathclyde in Emotion Focused Therapy.
I started to set up my therapy practice in 2017, which is now located in Glasgow City Centre, right next door to Central Station.  
My hobbies include cooking, and photography, and really enjoy the therapeutic aspect of getting out and about with my camera in nature.
Thanks for taking time to read my profile, and I look forward to welcoming you should you wish to consider me as your therapist
With warmest wishes,
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