- United KingdomBirminghamEngland
I take NHS referrals’. I have 9 years of experiences with NHS referrals’. I have enhanced DBS disclosure. The clients are seen at the mutually convenient public venue.
- 15 Chesterfield CrescentUnited KingdomLeigh-on-SeaSS9 5PD
Having been in private practice as a Human Givens therapist for the last four years, I have been honoured to witness the dramatic changes that this therapy has been able to provide.
- United KingdomStanwayEnglandCO3 0HJ
My private practice is in Colchester but I work over the Essex/Suffolk border, and I hold an enhanced DBS disclosure.
- United KingdomCheadleCheshire
Whilst working with a group of clients, all of whom were living with a Physical and/or Sensory Disability, made me realise the strong connection between the Mind and the Body, and how by getting ou
- Quay PlaceUnited KingdomIpswichEngland
I provide human givens psychotherapy at Suffolk Mind's Quay Place Heritage & Wellbeing Centre in central Ipswich on Wednesday afternoons.
- United KingdomEastbourne
Vivienne offers a safe and caring environment and works with a range of responses to mental and emotional distress.
- United KingdomBathAvonUnited KingdomBradford-on-AvonAvon
I know that it’s possible for clients to get their lives working again without unduly dwelling on the past.
- Treatment Hub Wellbeing Clinic27 London StreetUnited KingdomBasingstokeEnglandRG21 7PG
Jason helps people to overcome all kinds of hamster-wheeling and negative self-talk.
- 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”
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