- United KingdomMaidenhead
Now working completely online and so accessible across the UK using your computer, tablet or mobile.
- West DulwichUnited KingdomLondonEnglandSE21 8SD
At the core of the Human Givens approach to therapy lies the understanding that: 'it is what's right with you that will fix what's wrong'.
- 34, Hayeswater RoadUnited KingdomDavyhulmeGreater ManchesterM41
I became a fully qualified Human Givens Psychotherapist in 2006. And have been running a very busy private counselling practice in Manchester for 11 years.
- Milton House Business SuiteMilton Road SouthUnited KingdomStowmarketSuffolkIP14 1EZ
From my offices in the heart of Suffolk, I am able to help with all forms of emotional distress.
- United KingdomCardiffWales
Claire is a fully trained Human Givens Therapist and also holds a Masters Degree in Human Givens Psychotherapy.
- Small Stepping Stones, Hillcroft HouseWhisby RoadUnited KingdomLincolnLincolnshireLN6 3QT
I initially trained and qualified as a Counsellor in Psychodynamic and Humanistic and CBT. After doing just one course with Human Givens I saw and realised how effective this method was.
Vivienne EmeryUnited KingdomEastbourne
Vivienne offers a safe and caring environment and works with a range of responses to mental and emotional distress.
- 18 Duke StIrelandAthyCo KildareIrelandGrangeconCo Wicklow
With 35 years of experience in a variety of settings, I am a fully-qualified and registered Human Givens therapist.
- United KingdomDurham CityCounty DurhamUnited KingdomHartlepoolCounty Durham
Julian has twelve years' experience as a practising Human Givens therapist working in private practice as well as for a mental health charity in north east England.
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.
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Date posted: 18/10/2021
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