- Quay PlaceUnited KingdomIpswichEngland
I provide human givens psychotherapy at Suffolk Mind's Quay Place Heritage & Wellbeing Centre in central Ipswich on Wednesday afternoons.
Alison HarperUnited KingdomReadingRG1United KingdomCavershamRG4United KingdomWallingfordOX10
I enjoy helping people move as quickly as possible from difficult times towards a sense of wellbeing in life. The solution-focused approach of Human Givens Therapy serves this brilliantly.
- IrelandEdentoberCo LouthBallybot House28 Corn MarketUnited KingdomNewryNorthern IrelandBT35 8BG
Valerie has experience of helping people with a wide range of personal difficulties and is keen to provide practical support that helps people feel better quickly and effectively.
- Rock Business Centre, Suite 1Keighley RoadUnited KingdomTrawden, ColneLancashireBB8 8RW
My specialty is in resolving stress including traumatic emotional and physical experiences and difficulties with depression, guilt, anger, fear and self-criticism.
- IrelandStoneyford, County Kilkenny
- Sevenoaks Medical CentreUnited KingdomKentEngland
Selina has many years of experience both in the NHS and in private practice working with children, young people, families and individuals.
Julia DesousaUnited KingdomPooleDorsetUnited KingdomBournemouthDorset
Nursing background with an awareness of the connection between a healthy mind aiding a healthy body. Providing assessment and therapy to aid your wellbeing in as few sessions as possible.
- United KingdomNorwichNorfolkNR3 3NJ
Current CRB disclosure certificate. I see clients in my home. Sessions available weekends and early evening.
- United KingdomHerefordHerefordshireHR1
I have a private practice in the centre of Hereford City, with easy access and its own parking space to the rear of the building.
- 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
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