- United KingdomExeterDevon
I am a regular HG practitioner and have a wealth of experience in dealing with many types of issues from self-esteem, depression (all categories), trauma, work/life stress-related, elderly loneline
- United KingdomSuffolk
I am currently CRB checked.
- United KingdomCardiffWales
Claire is a fully trained Human Givens Therapist and also holds a Masters Degree in Human Givens Psychotherapy.
Nuala has an MSC in Psychology and a BSC in Psychology. Nuala is a mindfulness practitioner and teaches mindfulness techniques in her sessions with clients.
Colleen SodanoUnited KingdomLondonEnglandSE27 9EQ
Collaborative, supportive and practical therapy.
- The Retreat29 Welland AvenueUnited KingdomGartreeMarket HarbroughLE16 7RN
Positive change is a counselling and coaching practice in Leicestershire to help people achieve a brighter future with a positive state of mind.
- Sophia Nova Business Centre291 rue Albert Caquot06560 ValbonneFrance
I am bilingual and based in the south of France.
- Anima TherapyThe Well, Greatworth HallUnited KingdomGreatworthOxfordshireOX17 2FE
I operate out of a beautiful, private and tranquil setting in the Oxfordshire countryside weekdays and every other weekend.
- The Bell Surgery453 Barlow Moor RoadUnited KingdomChorltonManchesterM21 8AUCumberland StreetUnited KingdomMacclesfieldM1 1JQ
As a professional full-time Human Givens therapist in private practice, my overriding aim is to work with you to achieve positive goals and outcomes.
- 16B Southville GardensBallinacurraIrelandLimerick CityCo Limerick
Nikka is a young therapist, who has experience patiently working with all ages on a variety of difficulties.
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