- United KingdomEdinburgh
Rosanna has worked in mental and emotional health since 1984 and throughout this time has updated her skills in order to help her clients find freedom from distress in the shortest time possible.
Janine HurleyThe Macclesfield Human Givens Centre, Trinity House Practice150-152 Cumberland StreetUnited KingdomMacclesfieldSK10 1BP
I trained as a children's nurse at Great Ormond Street. I have had a long career in health visiting and a specialist role in safeguarding children.
- Redcliffe PeninsulaBrisbaneAustralia
Fiona previously worked as a social worker for a local authority in Scotland for a number of years before immigrating to Australia.
- IrelandDroghedaCo Louth
Christine PondUnited KingdomSheppertonEngland
Christine completed the Human Givens Diploma in February 2008 followed by a placement at MIND where she saw clients from a wide range of backgrounds, with many different problems, using the CORE evaluation to confirm effectiveness.
- United KingdomWeymouthDorset
John's background is mainly in education. Having trained as a teacher he taught all age groups in the UK before taking up a post as Deputy Headteacher at the International School of Helsinki.
- United KingdomBristol
Following a career in the NHS as a general and paediatric nurse, Melissa retrained as a Human Givens Therapist in 2012, working with a national children's charity, leading on work with families who
- United KingdomLowestoft
The most rewarding thing about using this approach is being able to make a difference and give hope.
- United KingdomLondonSW17
Following a career as a nurse and health visitor, I set up my own training company, offering courses on managing anger and aggression, relaxation and stress management.
- United KingdomCwmbranWalesNP44United KingdomTorfaenWales
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