- United KingdomHoveEast Sussex
I have over 20 years experience of working with people to support their development.
- United KingdomSouth MoltonDevonUnited KingdomBarbrookDevon
Angie has 14 years experience of working with people with a variety of problems ranging from mild anxiety and low self esteem through to depression, health issues, post traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, weight issues and other varied issues.
- United KingdomBridgwaterSomerset
Judith is an experienced Human Givens Therapist, Supervisor and psychiatric nurse with thirty years of experience of working within the mental health services.
- United KingdomLintonCambridgeshire
Do you want to feel better after your therapy session?
- United KingdomLondonSW2
David has extensive experience of working with young people and families within school settings.
- United KingdomCardiffWalesCF14 4LWUnited KingdomBridgendWalesCF31 2PQUnited KingdomCowbridgeVale of GlamorganCF71 7AQ
I spent a number of years working in different coorporate environments in different parts of the world before qualifying initially as a hypnotherapist and later as a psychotherapist.
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
Gail has a real enthusiasm for this positive approach to counselling.
- United KingdomNewarkEnglandNG23
I am a fully qualified Human Givens Psychotherapist and also a fully qualified Mindfulness Teacher.
Ian McFadzeanUnited KingdomPerthScotland
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