- The Dublin Human Givens CentreDenshaw HouseIrelandDublin 2Co Dublin
The majority of my professional life has been underpinned by a love of learning in all its guises! Sometimes the lessons to learn are challenging, other times a joy.
Karen WebbUnited KingdomMalvernEnglandWR14 1PH
Starting out as a management trainer and HR professional, for the last 25 years I’ve been a counsellor and life coach, and run workshops in personal development.
- PutneyUnited KingdomLondon
After a career in finance, I trained as a specialist teacher and worked with children at both primary and secondary level for 18 years.
- Thought Doctor55 Queen SquareUnited KingdomBristolEnglandBS1 4LH
I have over 25 years experience in mental health and well-being.
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- 107 Brudes HillLeachkinUnited KingdomInvernessScotlandIV3 8AT
I am based in Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland and work from home. I’ve always had a passion for helping people and Human Givens methodology has enabled me to do just that.
- 3 Gort Na CarraigeSeapointIrelandBarna H91 E7EVCo Galway
My background is in the area of Human Resources where I worked for one of Ireland’s largest banking organisations.
- Cabury Clinic3 Catherine PlaceIrelandLimerick CityCo Limerick
Derry has over 20 years' experience in private practice, assisting people. Whether that's in helping people get their lives on track by utilising new skills (or rediscovering old skills, i.e.
- United KingdomAshfordKent
I have 18 years’ experience, working with children, adolescents and their families in a therapeutic capacity within a variety of educational and supportive settings, including private practice.
- First Floor, Lloyd House, Orford CourtGreenfold WayUnited KingdomLeighGreater ManchesterWN7 3XJ
I was lucky enough to come across the human givens organising ideas back in 2004 and, from the start, was aware of the huge significance of these deep psychological insights.
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Date posted: 21/04/2022