- United KingdomWellsEnglandBA5
Nicola is a Human Givens psychotherapist with a growing private practice in Somerset.
- 28 George StreetUnited KingdomBirminghamEnglandB3 1QG
I am a Human Givens Practitioner who is based in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. I can welcome clients to our practice or alternatively we can speak through Skype / Zoom.
Julia WelsteadUnited KingdomIsle Of TireeScotlandPA77 6XD
I enjoy working with my clients to help them understand and find solutions to their situations, achieve emotional wellbeing, discover their strengths and resources, manage their responses, think calmly and clearly, take back control, and move forward with their lives.
Mark VearyTX 77007United States
As I live in the USA my clincial qualification as a Human Givens Practitioner is not recognised due to State law so I incorporate Human Givens principles and practice into a coaching approach to growth and wellness.
- IrelandStoneyford, County Kilkenny
- United KingdomWokinghamBerkshire
Feel better and more confident about the future quickly. You will be given strategies, resources and practical help enabling you to feel a positive difference from your very first session.
- United KingdomBrightonEast Sussex
Emily has worked in the NHS and privately, for over 18 years as a therapist, helping people move on from even the most severe emotional difficulties.
- United KingdomPooleDorset
Martin is a qualified counselling psychologist and social worker.
- 11 Poltair AvenueUnited KingdomSt AustellCornwallPL25 4LY
Andrew has a busy private practice, of over fifteen years. His book "The Depression Optimist" is an Amazon best seller.
- 4a Clearwater House4-7 Manchester StreetUnited KingdomLondonGreater LondonW1U 3AE
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