Stephanie HughesUnited KingdomExeterEnglandEX1
I have over 15 years of experience as a psychotherapist, counsellor and coach, working in both the corporate world and in private practice.
- United KingdomLondonSW17
I have been practicing as a HG therapist since 2009. Prior to that I had been offering care and support to clients as a nurse, health visitor, and trainer in personal development.
- PutneyUnited KingdomLondon
After a career in finance, I trained as a specialist teacher and worked with children at both primary and secondary level for 18 years.
Lindsay SandsClay CrossUnited KingdomChesterfieldDerbyshire
Hello. My name is Lindsay Sands and I have over 35 years of experience of working for the NHS in community services.
- United KingdomAngmeringWest SussexBN16United KingdomBrightonEast Sussex
Catriona has 30 years’ experience of working and supporting adults and children in health and education settings.
- United KingdomOxshottSurreyKT22United KingdomKT6
I have had many years professional experience working alongside people during challenging periods in their lives and began work in the NHS over 30 years ago as a music therapist.
- Muswell HillEast FinchleyUnited KingdomLondonEnglandN10 2PY
“I wasn’t sure what was going to happen today, it turned out you helped unblock something quite major. Thank you for noticing my struggle with PTSD”
- United KingdomIpswichEngland
I am a fully qualified Human Givens Therapist. I have over 20 year's experience working in health and social care settings with both individuals and families.
Thomas CarmichaelUnited KingdomThe Old Carnegie Library - Office 8361 Ormskirk Road
My work has involved personal therapy, group therapy and workplace change management initially through non-directive therapy and counselling. Followed by training in family counselling.
- Hackney WickUnited KingdomLondonEnglandE3
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