- 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.
Odette MeredithKings RideUnited KingdomPennHigh WycombeHP10 8BP
I am happy to help and have experience working within all areas of the HG approach.
- Venture HouseFifth AvenueUnited KingdomLetchworth Garden CityHertfordshireSG6 2HQ
As an experienced Human Givens Therapeutic Coach, I can support you in making the changes you wish for.
- United KingdomSalisburyWiltshireSP5 4LR
Vix has a degree in Psychology in addition to her Post Graduate Diploma in Human Givens.
- United KingdomBradford-on-AvonWiltshireBA15 2BHBlue Anchor BayUnited KingdomMineheadSomersetTA24
Online sessions available (therefore no limit on geographical distance)
- Solstice Wellbeing CentreNr. Bury ST EdmundsUnited KingdomSuffolk
I have the best job in the world: it's to help you find the peace you're looking for.
- Burgh House ClinicUnited KingdomNorfolkNR11 6AT
Val brings a wealth of experience having worked as a Human Givens Practitioner since 2002 and before that working for many years in mental health rehabilitation, with some of that time in a managem
John DixonDelta House175-177 Borough High StreetUnited KingdomLondonEnglandSE1 1HR
I have worked in the mental health field for over 30 years and can offer a wealth of experience and skills to help clients resolve a wide variety of mental and emotional difficulties.
- 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.
Vivienne EmeryUnited KingdomEastbourne
Vivienne offers a safe and caring environment and works with a range of responses to mental and emotional distress.
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Our first-ever online conference was held in February this year, and was a great success. If you missed the day, you haven't missed out. The replay is now available.
Due to Covid-19 and the ongoing uncertainty over when large groups will be able to reconvene safely, the HGI has made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s attended conference. We will now be putting all our efforts into planning next year’s to make it another rewarding event.