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Mairead's background is in education - she has been a qualified guidance counsellor for 16 years working in secondary schools in Dublin.
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I am a regular HG practitioner and have a wealth of experience in dealing with many types of issues from self-esteem, depression (all categories), trauma, work/life stress-related, elderly loneline
- 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.
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'You gave us our lives back Jo. Saved his and freed mine. Thank you, thank you, thank you',
Partner of severely traumatised veteran, September 2016
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David has extensive experience of working with young people and families within school settings.
Diane MarshallUnited KingdomYateleyEnglandGU46
I have over 10 years experience of working in the NHS as both a manager and a health visitor and I am now taking my first steps into private practice as a Humans Givens Counsellor and Life Coach.
- United KingdomBurton upon TrentDE15 0BA
Joanna is a therapist at the University of Derby where she also works as their Psycho-education Coordinator. She and her team develop and deliver workshops on various aspects of wellbeing.
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The majority of my professional life has been underpinned by a love of learning in all its guises! Sometimes the lessons to learn are challenging, other times a joy.
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