- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
Debbie is an experienced therapist and teacher who specialises in helping young people to thrive and cope with the demands of modern life.
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.
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I have been a GP for 20 years, and for 15 of those years I have been incorporating the Human Givens approach into my work with patients.
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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.
- United KingdomBelfastNorthern IrelandBT6 9SD
My aim is to teach clients calming techniques and develop positive coping mechanisms using tools that are based on current neuroscience. To help them change distress into decisions, plan a way forward whilst facing challenging circumstances, develop achievable goals and have a fulfilling life that works.
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Tiffany is an experienced Human Givens therapist with over 10 years working with adults and young people. She is based in several locations throughout Somerset: Ilminster, Street and Taunton. She h
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