Hugh Macnab4 Halifax RowUnited KingdomHartfordCheshireCW8 1RT
Hugh has been practising human givens therapy exclusively since 2002. He helps with all forms of emotional distress, and also has experience of working with sexual abuse survivors.
- Spoorlaan 5gebouw B2495 AL Den HaagNetherlands
After working with the Dutch central government for 16 years, in a variety of roles and positions, Marieke started to work as a coach and counsellor in her private practice in 2007.
Worked 30 years for the HSE Ireland and 15 years as a Clinical Nurse Specialist/Counsellor for patients with mental health issues and addictions.
- United KingdomWorthingWest SussexBN13 2AF
I have a wide range of experience, successfully using the Human Givens approach for over 20 years, with clients of all ages, and with diverse problems.
- 19A Blackhouse FarmBlackhouse RoadUnited KingdomHorshamWest SussexRH13 6HS
As a retired police officer, mother and currently employed as a secondary school mentor, I have extensive and varied experience.
- United KingdomNewton AbbotDevonTQ13
Carol has over 25 years’ experience in professional practice, initially specialising in musculo-skeletal disorders as a McTimoney chiropractor.
- United KingdomBradford-on-AvonWiltshireBA15 2BH
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.
- United KingdomHarpendenHertfordshireAL5
Jane has experience of successfully working with clients on a wide range of emotional issues and sees clients of all ages at her private practice in Harpenden.
- United KingdomLondonSE19
Sue Goodwin has an absolute belief that anyone can change their lives for the better and that some just need a little help finding the best route. She has successfully worked with clients suffering
- United KingdomCardiffWales
After completing a degree in Psychology, Elizabeth was a teacher and Lecturer for over fifteen years, so is experienced and comfortable working with children, teenagers and adults.
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