Sue HanischTravellers' NestSedgwickUnited KingdomKendalCumbriaLA8 0JU
Sue practices from a rural village setting with good parking and disabled/wheelchair access, but will also travel to see clients
Sue SaundersMerrion SquareIrelandDublinDublin 2IrelandBlackrockCo Dublin
Sue has worked in training, coaching and psychotherapy for over 30 years. She also has extensive experience in the corporate world, particularly in IT.
- United KingdomHassocks (Near Brighton)East Sussex
Emily is currently not taking on any new clients.
- United KingdomBathAvon
As a teacher, tutor and support worker for the last 10 years and having spent the last 25 working with a diverse range of young people, I feel immensely privileged to have made a difference in so m
- United KingdomTeddingtonGreater London
I spent 11 years working as a reflexologist prior to training in the human givens approach.
- United KingdomStanwayEnglandCO3 0HJ
My private practice is in Colchester but I work over the Essex/Suffolk border, and I hold an enhanced DBS disclosure.
- United KingdomSalisburyWiltshireSP5 4LR
Vix has a degree in Psychology in addition to her Post Graduate Diploma in Human Givens.
- United KingdomBathAvonUnited KingdomBradford-on-AvonAvon
I know that it’s possible for clients to get their lives working again without unduly dwelling on the past.
- 18 Duke StIrelandAthyCo KildareIrelandGrangeconCo Wicklow
With 35 years of experience in a variety of settings, I am a fully-qualified and registered Human Givens therapist.
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