- Healthy Life Centre35-37 Bread StreetUnited KingdomEdinburghScotlandEH3 9AL
I help people change their lives as swiftly and simply as possible. Having run a successful private practice for over 20 years, I have had the privilege of helping clients overcome all manner of difficulties, to create strong foundations for a more enjoyable and fulfilling life.
- United KingdomDerbyEnglandDE73
As the saying goes, two heads are better than one, so let's get our heads together!
- United KingdomEdinburghEH7
Cath has established her therapy practice in the centre of Edinburgh.
- United KingdomDurham CityCounty DurhamUnited KingdomHartlepoolCounty Durham
Julian has twelve years' experience as a practising Human Givens therapist working in private practice as well as for a mental health charity in north east England.
Ann Walsh59 FerrybankIrelandArklowCo Wicklow
Ann holds a BSc(hons) in Psychology, MSc in Forensic Psychology and Criminology and a Higher Diploma in Human Givens Psychotherapy.
- Royal Surrey County HospitalUnited KingdomGuildford
I work with cancer patients at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford. I also work privately from the hospital, from my home in Ash Green and from 'Mummas and Beans' in Godalming.
Tina Hamilton-JamesFrenchayUnited KingdomBristolAvonBristol Human Givens CentreUnited KingdomBristolAvon
Enhanced CRB disclosure. NHS referrals welcome. Family Law referrals welcome.
Limited number of private appointments available.
- Tiverton House, Unit 2Mill LaneUnited KingdomNewburyBerkshireRG14 5RE
My background is in medicine and since then I have trained in a broad range of fields.
Joyce Dallimore69 Wentwood ViewUnited KingdomCaldicotMonmouthshireNP26 4QH
Steve KnightThe BeechesAlvestonUnited KingdomBristolEnglandBS35 3RJ
I founded my own business in 2005, working as a counsellor, executive coach and facilitator. Prior to establishing my own business, I held senior management roles with Ernst and Young.
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An article about the human givens approach that appeared in the major American publication, Family Therapy Magazine.
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