Honni has a mature understanding of life and its challenges, is friendly and professional. Honni is a great listener, who is able to put anyone at ease. She has a real interest in people, is non-judgmental and genuinely empathetic.
A qualified, practicing counsellor, Honni Hayton has been helping people live their best life for over 14 years. She specialises in providing women’s counselling services, both in person and online. She also provides relationship counselling to help couples find happiness again.
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