Hugh Macnab4 Halifax RowUnited KingdomHartfordCheshireCW8 1RT
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.
Annie GurtonSydney NSWAustralia
A lifetime of personal experience including four marriages, children and step-children. "You can't tell me anything that I haven't heard before."
All sessions I hour 15 minutes.
- IrelandDroghedaCo Louth
- Sevenoaks Medical CentreUnited KingdomKentEngland
Selina has many years of experience both in the NHS and in private practice working with children, young people, families and individuals.
- United KingdomNorth DevonUnited KingdomPlymouthDevonUnited KingdomMid Devon
I have been a Human Givens Practitioner since 2002. As well as seeing clients privately I am an affiliated counsellor for Cic, PTSD Resolution and Red Poppy.
- United KingdomBridgwaterSomerset
Judith is an experienced Human Givens Therapist, Supervisor and psychiatric nurse with thirty years of experience of working within the mental health services.
- United KingdomBristol
I am an experienced and effective therapist with a busy private practice. I have successfully treated many adults, children and young people and helped them move on from a wide range of challenges.
- The Strugar CentreBlenheim MewsUnited KingdomFarnhamEnglandGU9 7FYHospital of St John and St ElizabethSt John’s WoodUnited KingdomLondonEnglandNW8 9NHNo 7 Harley StreetUnited KingdomLondonEnglandW1G 9QY
Mary is a Human Givens Psychotherapist and a Nutritionist.
- 7 Fred Bulmer CentreWall StreetUnited KingdomHerefordHerefordshireHR4 9HP
I worked for seventeen years as a primary care counsellor in GP surgeries.
- 8064A NetherlandsNetherlands
My therapy is based on The Human Givens principles. This therapy is practical, solution-based and brief (usually 3-6 sessions of 1 -1.5 hour).
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