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I am based in Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland and work from home. I’ve always had a passion for helping people and Human Givens methodology has enabled me to do just that.
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I have more than 20 years’ experience with a variety of people in a wide range of environments, these include Education, Community, Youth Justice and Mental Health Services.
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Having seen a close friend benefit greatly from receiving Human Givens Therapy I decided to become a therapist.
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Hugh has been practising human givens therapy exclusively since 2002. He helps with all forms of emotional distress, and also has experience of working with sexual abuse survivors.
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Fiona previously worked as a social worker for a local authority in Scotland for a number of years before immigrating to Australia.
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