Gabby Punch68 ArdmorewoodHerbert RdIrelandBrayCo Wicklow
Gabby Punch is a general and psychiatric nurse with over 30 years experience in healthcare, health screening and community mental health with a keen interest in the whole area of emotional, nutriti
- Blue Anchor BayUnited KingdomMineheadSomersetTA24
Online sessions available (therefore no limit on geographical distance)
- United KingdomCardiffWales
After completing a degree in Psychology, Elizabeth was a teacher and Lecturer for over fifteen years, so is experienced and comfortable working with children, teenagers and adults.
- AmpthillUnited KingdomBedfordEngland
After having had 27 years of experience offering emotional support in various areas of voluntary work, I decided to stop and retrain in the Human Givens approach.
- Suite 101Q4660 NE Belknap CourtHillsboro, OR 97124United States
I first came across the Human Givens model, after the completion of my doctoral schooling in the San Francisco Bay area.
- United KingdomSolihullWest Midlands
I have been working in the mental health field for more than 20 years in numerous capacities including management.
- Judehaven36 Granville ParkIrelandBlackrock, DublinCo Dublin
- United KingdomBathAvon
As a teacher, tutor and support worker for the last 10 years and having spent the last 25 working with a diverse range of young people, I feel immensely privileged to have made a difference in so m
- WhitchurchUnited KingdomCardiffWalesCF14
I have a background in teaching children in primary schools and teenagers / young adults in language schools.
- 25 Dowthorpe EndUnited KingdomNorthamptonNN6 0NH
I have been treating patients for symptoms of anxiety, panic attacks, depression, phobias, stress management, addiction, insomnia, birth, fertility since 2001`.
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