- York Human Givens CentreUnited KingdomYorkYO23 1NA
Patrick grew up in the East Anglian countryside and has always loved being close to nature.
Dr Julie CarterUnited KingdomKeswickCumbriaCA12
I have practiced as a doctor in emergency care and general practice for many years.
I am a rock climber and athlete and have written a book on sports psychology.
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I know that it’s possible for clients to get their lives working again without unduly dwelling on the past.
- 18 Duke StIrelandAthyCo KildareIrelandGrangeconCo Wicklow
With 35 years of experience in a variety of settings, I am a fully-qualified and registered Human Givens therapist.
- IrelandMarinoDublin 9
John has over 25 years experience working with individuals and groups to achieve a productive, fulfilled and sustainable lifestyle.
- Venture HouseFifth AvenueUnited KingdomLetchworth Garden CityHertfordshireSG6 2HQ
As an experienced Human Givens Therapeutic Coach, I can support you in making the changes you wish for.
- Bitterkoekjes HuisWillow CornerUnited KingdomWorthamSuffolkIP22 1PS
Andre works in a village just south of Diss, on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. He also arranges to see people in mutually agreed locations, e.g. GP surgeries or at home.
Ian ThomsonUnited KingdomCwmbranWalesNP44United KingdomTorfaenWales
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.
Odette MeredithKings RideUnited KingdomPennHigh WycombeHP10 8BP
I am happy to help and have experience working within all areas of the HG approach.
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