Debbie MortonUnited KingdomWorksopNottinghamshireS81United KingdomSheffieldSouth YorkshireS1
After a successful career as a teacher in the secondary sector, Debbie used her person centered counselling qualifications to work as an Inclusion Manager in a large comprehensive school in Rotherh
- "The Loft", CarrickrobinKilkerlyIrelandDundalkCo Louth
Síle has worked in education for almost thirty years.
- United KingdomWellsEnglandBA5
Nicola is a Human Givens psychotherapist with a growing private practice in Somerset.
My aim is to help my clients to feel better fast using the powerful and effective combination of psychotherapeutic techniques that are incorporated in the Human Givens approach.
A qualified teacher and counsellor, Dominic has been working with adults and children in a range of social and educational settings since 2001.
Jenny EdwardsUnited KingdomSouthamptonHampshireSO32United KingdomChichesterEnglandPO18
My main practice is in Waltham Chase, approximately 15 minutes drive from Fareham and 30 minutes from Portsmouth, Southampton and Winchester.
- ThorndonUnited KingdomOkehamptonDevonEX20 4NG
I feel fortunate to have been able to combine an enjoyable career in Human Resource Management (within the public, private and voluntary sectors) with psychotherapy and counselling, working for man
- United KingdomHarrowEnglandHA1United Kingdom
I originally trained in biological science before becoming a medical doctor in 1990.
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
Gail has a real enthusiasm for this positive approach to counselling.
- 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.
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