- 34, Hayeswater RoadUnited KingdomDavyhulmeGreater ManchesterM41
I became a fully qualified Human Givens Psychotherapist in 2006. And have been running a very busy private counselling practice in Manchester for 11 years.
- United KingdomPinnerEnglandHA5
I have worked with people for over 40 years as a teacher, a coach and now as a Human Givens therapist. My aim is for each of my clients to leave me with a toolkit of skills that they can use for
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.
- United KingdomLiverpoolEnglandUnited KingdomNorth ShropshireEngland
As a fully qualified and experienced Human Givens psychotherapist I am passionate about helping people transform emotional distress.
- United KingdomNottinghamEngland
I am a fully qualified Human Givens psychotherapist.
I am in private practice from my home in Nottingham.
- United KingdomDerbyEnglandDE73
As the saying goes, two heads are better than one, so let's get our heads together!
- United KingdomBrightonEnglandUnited KingdomHertfordEnglandPortugal
An experienced therapist/supervisor with a previous background in psychology and teaching, I have also worked with adolescents and children in schools and looked-after children services.
- United KingdomHamptonMiddlesexTW12 2NZ
Julia believes we are all born with gifts and talents but a lot of us don't know how to access these and bring them to life.
Joanna BakerUnited KingdomBurton upon TrentDE15 0BA
Joanna is a therapist at the University of Derby where she also works as their Psycho-education Coordinator. She and her team develop and deliver workshops on various aspects of wellbeing.
- Quay PlaceUnited KingdomIpswichEngland
I provide human givens psychotherapy at Suffolk Mind's Quay Place Heritage & Wellbeing Centre in central Ipswich on Wednesday afternoons.
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