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Martin holds a B.A. (honours) in Psychology from University College Dublin, advanced certifications in Clinical Hypnotherapy and a Higher Diploma in Human Givens Psychotherapy.
- Cormaddy DuffIrelandVirginiaCo Cavan
Iris has over 20 years' experience as a registered nurse in the acute medical area. She is now running a private counselling practice in Cavon/Meath area.
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'My aim is to help people identify which area of their lives is not working and guide them holistically to find a solution to improve their lifestyle'.
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I am a fully qualified Human Givens psychotherapist.
I am in private practice from my home in Nottingham.
John BayleyUnited KingdomWeymouthDorset
John's background is mainly in education. Having trained as a teacher he taught all age groups in the UK before taking up a post as Deputy Headteacher at the International School of Helsinki.
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I originally trained as a lawyer working in private client law and, in particular, probate as well as work for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in their Legacy Department.
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I have recently secured success with couples counselling both at my practice in my hometown of Woburn Sands, Buckinghamshire and at the Berkeley Centre Health in Clifton, Bristol.
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Linda has a well established private practice in the City of Edinburgh.
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I am currently relocating within London.
- United KingdomLiverpoolEnglandUnited KingdomNorth ShropshireEngland
As a fully qualified and experienced Human Givens psychotherapist I am passionate about helping people transform emotional distress.
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