- Blue Anchor BayUnited KingdomMineheadSomersetTA24
Online sessions available (therefore no limit on geographical distance)
Francesca FarinoUnited KingdomWarmingtonEnglandPE8 6TE
I believe strongly that the role of a therapist is to help people move on with their lives as quickly as possible.
- United KingdomNorwichNorfolkNR3 3NJ
Current CRB disclosure certificate. I see clients in my home. Sessions available weekends and early evening.
- United KingdomAylshamNorfolk
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
- United KingdomLowestoft
The most rewarding thing about using this approach is being able to make a difference and give hope.
- United KingdomHarrowEnglandHA1United Kingdom
I originally trained in biological science before becoming a medical doctor in 1990.
- United KingdomFerrysideWales
I work with organisations as well as individuals in managing stress and developing healthy, motivated staff.
- United KingdomCardiffWalesCF14 4LWUnited KingdomBridgendWalesCF31 2PQUnited KingdomCowbridgeVale of GlamorganCF71 7AQ
I spent a number of years working in different coorporate environments in different parts of the world before qualifying initially as a hypnotherapist and later as a psychotherapist.
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
Debbie is an experienced therapist and teacher who specialises in helping young people to thrive and cope with the demands of modern life.
Adrian QuinnUnited KingdomCrewkerneSomerset
Adrian has worked as a primary school teacher for over thirty years, including thirteen years as headteacher.
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