- 19 Walnut LaneUnited KingdomHartfordCheshireCW8 1QN
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.
- Sydney 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 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
Pat Ford2 Finch CrescentLinsladeUnited KingdomLeighton BuzzardBedfordshireLU7 2PF
I have worked in a primary care setting for ten years and am able to take NHS referrals, self-referrals and referrals from employers for workplace counselling.
- 5 New Ceidrim RoadUnited KingdomGlanamanCarmarthenshireSA18 1BXJelfs (health food shop)United KingdomAmmanfordWalesSA18
EXPERIENCE - qualified integrative counsellor since 1999, HG psychotherapist since 2007, counselling supervisor since 2003, HG supervisor since 2007.
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
Debbie is an experienced therapist and teacher who specialises in helping young people to thrive and cope with the demands of modern life.
- United KingdomAberystwythWales
I am optimistic that many more people can achieve a balanced and happy life with the correct support and see Human Givens as a wonderful step in this journey.
- United KingdomLondonEnglandSE27 9EQ
Collaborative, supportive and practical therapy.
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Date posted: 11/06/2018