Joy CherkaouiCarmont HouseThe CrichtonUnited KingdomBankend RoadDumfriesDG1 4ZJ
Joy's background is in community development and she has worked with individuals and groups all her adult life.
I work as a solution focused therapist (Human Givens therapist) in the heart of Kilkenny city. I help people feel more relaxed and confident instead of overwhelmed or stressed.
- Hazel Meacher Acupuncture and Wellness ClinicFirst Floor Buckland House, Dower Mews (Rear of 108 High Street Berkhamsted)United KingdomBerkhamstedEnglandHP4 2BL
I treat clients with a broad spectrum of challenges, from anxiety and depression to phobias and trauma, helping them to take control of their lives and get their emotional health back on track.
Marion BrownUnited KingdomHelensburgh
Registered Human Givens psychotherapist in private practice since 2011.
Dr Owen DavisJust Holistic Therapy Rooms145b Brighton RoadUnited KingdomSouth CroydonSurreyCR2 6EF
I have enhanced DBS clearance. I am prepared to travel to see clients in special circumstances.
Cian Mc Enroe qualified From Dublin City University with a BSc (Hons) degree in Psychology.
- United KingdomKidderminsterEngland
The Human Givens approach focuses on what people need in their lives to be emotionally healthy and on how these needs can be better met.
Paul Grant31 Patrick StreetNewryUnited KingdomCo. DownNorthern IrelandBT35 8EB
- Small Stepping Stones, Hillcroft HouseWhisby RoadUnited KingdomLincolnLincolnshireLN6 3QT
I initially trained and qualified as a Counsellor in Psychodynamic and Humanistic and CBT. After doing just one course with Human Givens I saw and realised how effective this method was.
- Albany VillaMelton RoadUnited KingdomWoodbridgeSuffolkIP12 1PDUnited Kingdom
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