- The Retreat29 Welland AvenueUnited KingdomGartreeMarket HarbroughLE16 7RN
Positive change is a counselling and coaching practice developed by Kathryn Marlow to help people achieve a brighter future with a positive state of mind.
Lorraine LawsonUnited KingdomHarrowMiddlesexHA3
I am passionate about equipping people to live richer lives; and seeing them access their own resources to do so.
- United KingdomLeicesterLE2The Loughborough Clinic99 Ashby RoadUnited KingdomLoughboroughLeicestershireLE11 3AB
I currently have availability in Leicester on Thursday at 6pm and Saturday at 10am and 1pm.
- 34, Hayeswater RoadUnited KingdomDavyhulmeGreater ManchesterM41
I trained as an Occupational Therapist and spent 20 years working with the NHS.
- North/WestUnited KingdomLondonWD23United KingdomHA1
I originally trained in biological science before becoming a medical doctor over 25 years ago.
- United KingdomBirminghamEngland
I take NHS referrals’. I have 9 years of experiences with NHS referrals’. I have enhanced DBS disclosure. The clients are seen at the mutually convenient public venue.
Marilyn FrancisUnited KingdomSaxmundhamEngland
HG Therapist for 11 years with a Nursing and Health Visiting background.
- 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).
- Breitnersingel 733055 BB RotterdamNetherlands
I like working with people to help them regain their emotional balance. Through this they can relax, sleep well and be free from unpleasant dreams, achieve their goals and enjoy life.
- United KingdomGorleston-On-SeaNorfolkUnited KingdomNorwichNorfolkUnited KingdomLowestoftNorfolk
I have 25 years experience working wih children, young people and adults in jobs such as the military, juvenile probation, careers counselling, childrens services and now as a Human Givens therapis
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