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- United KingdomLeicesterLE2
I currently have 7pm appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays
- Ireland16 Rock ValleyDromahair
I have been inspired by the effectiveness of the Human Givens methods and have witnessed how this therapy has brought quick and long-lasting help to people who are struggling.
Julian PentonUnited KingdomHartlepool
Julian has twelve years' experience as a practising Human Givens therapist working in private practice as well as for a mental health charity in north east England.
- 9 Griffith AvenueIrelandMarinoDublin 9
John has over 25 years experience working with individuals and groups to acieve a productive, fulfilled and sustainable lifestyle.
- Carlow Gateway Business CentreAthy RoadIrelandCarlowCo Carlow
Experienced with addictions, eating disorders, and trauma. I have a private practice in a dedicated, multi-disciplinary holistic clinic for clients in Leinster or Munster.
- Sevenoaks Medical CentreUnited KingdomKentEngland
Selina has many years of experience both in the NHS and in private practice working with children, young people, families and individuals.
- United KingdomArundelWest Sussex
Involved in research into the treatment of anxiety and depression, irritable bowel syndrome and migraine.
CRB checked to work with vulnerable adults.
- United KingdomExeterDevon
I am a part-time Senior Primary Teacher as well as a Pastoral Welfare Manager, and have been reponsible for child protection and safeguarding within my school for the past 12 years.
- 10 Oak Hill CrescentUnited KingdomWoodford GreenEssexIG8 9PW87 BushwoodUnited KingdomLeytonstoneLondonE11 3BW
Andrew has a busy private practice, of over ten years.
- United KingdomTeddingtonGreater London
Juliette spent 11 years working as a reflexologist prior to training in the human givens approach.
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