Pamela, a leading child therapist, and Fellow of the Human Givens Institute has helped many children (5—18 years olds) and adults deal with challenging life circumstances. Her proactive and intuitive application of the human givens approach has mended broken young lives and saved millions of pounds of taxpayers money that would otherwise have been spent in psychiatric care.
Her therapeutic practice, which is international as she has worked with clients who have flown over from U.S.A, South America and elsewhere to see her, also includes prison work, youth offending teams and probation services. Pamela is qualified to give expert opinion for court procedures and assessments for solicitors/legal matters.
For many years Pamela was the Principal Human Givens Psychotherapist for Brunel and Gordano training, a highly successful training provider for adolescents, based in Bristol and Somerset. Her role was to support young people, many of whom were disaffected, to overcome the major and diverse personal barriers in their lives which had previously prevented their successful progressoion and development in learning, training and employment. Her considerable work there helped the organisation gain an OFSTED recommendation for good practice. Pamela is also a consultancy supervisor for counsellors working in schools, GP surgeries, etc.
As a Fellow of the Human Givens Institute, Pamela works in accordance with their code of ethics for good practice.