- United KingdomHartfordCheshireCW8 1RT
As well as his Human Givens Diploma, Hugh has a Certificate and Diploma in General Counselling, but he has been practising human givens therapy exclusively since 2002.
Annie GurtonSydney NSWAustralia
A lifetime of personal experience including four marriages, children and step-children. "You can't tell me anything that I haven't heard before."
All sessions I hour 15 minutes.
- United KingdomBrighton & HoveEnglandUnited KingdomWest HoathlyEnglandRH19United KingdomArdinglyEnglandRH17
Bunty's practice serves people in Surrey, West and East Sussex, Kent and London delivering the service in Brighton & Hove, East Grinstead, West Hoathly, Forest Row and Ardingly.
Veronique ChownSibford GowerUnited KingdomBanbury
Veronique, who is fluent in French, has a background in education where she was Head of a modern languages department for over 20 years.
- 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 KingdomLintonCambridgeshire
I have over 20 years experience working as a Practitioner Psychologist, including over 5 years as a Human Givens Therapist in private practice.
- United KingdomCwmbranWalesNP44United KingdomTorfaenWales
- United KingdomDarlingtonCo-Durham
My background is in teaching in FE/HE sector training counsellors; alongside this I have worked as a qualified therapist since 1993 with clients from a wide range of backgrounds including an NHS Dr
- Carmont HouseThe CrichtonUnited KingdomBankend RoadDumfriesDG1 4ZJ
Joy's background is in community development and she has worked with individuals and groups all her adult life.
- CorsiehillUnited KingdomPerthPerthshirePH2 7BN
Jeannette has been in practice since January 2003, working under the business name of 'Inner Harmony'.
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