RedArc adds HGI Register to its panel of professional bodies
We are delighted to announce that the Human Givens Institute has been added to RedArc’s curated panel of professional bodies.
Red Arc works with insurers, intermediaries, employers and membership organisations, adding value to insurance products and employee assistance programmes; their nurses give people practical advice and emotional support to help them cope with illness, disability, trauma or bereavement. Red Arc’s curated panel is used by their nurses to select therapies for individuals where external specialist support is needed.
The following is from their press release:
HGI’s problem-solving approach aimed at working with the ‘here and now’ is an effective brief therapy and will be suitable for individuals who have anxiety and anger disorders, depression, stress, phobias, addiction, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and relationship problems.
Any specialist third parties that RedArc utilises, must meet strict criteria. In the UK, the Human Givens Institute’s professional register is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care an independent statutory body accountable to parliament, which demonstrates that its therapists have appropriate governance, training, qualifications and evidence of ongoing Continual Professional Development.
Seeking the best possible outcome for an individual, RedArc nurses make a clinical assessment to determine the most appropriate therapy. The nurse will then select a therapist who they feel is best for the individual’s presenting circumstances and who may have the specific skills or expertise in dealing with certain situations, for example trauma, bereavement, relationship problems amongst others.
Christine Husbands, managing director for RedArc said: “Many people initially think they know what sort of therapy they need but without a professional understanding of different approaches, it’s impossible to judge what it going to be most beneficial. Because our nurses have a huge wealth of knowledge about the variety of therapies available, when an individual undertakes a clinical assessment with us, we are able to get them on the road to recovery extremely quickly with a course of therapy or therapies best suited to their individual needs.
“Being able to refer individuals to HGI-approved therapists gives us an additional option for clients where we feel a forward-thinking type of approach is most suitable. We know that for the right individual, human givens therapy can achieve significant improvements within a very short time frame.”
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Red Arc works with insurers, intermediaries, employers and membership organisations... their Red Arc’s curated panel is used by their nurses to select therapies for individuals where external specialist support is needed.
Our grateful thanks.... to Declan Lyons and Sue Saunders
Date posted: 01/07/2020