- United KingdomBrockhamSurreyRH3 7AS
I offer brief, solution focussed therapy in the calm surroundings of Tillow Barn in Brockham which is just ten minutes from Dorking and Reigate.
- United KingdomChilcomptonEnglandUnited KingdomWellsEngland
I have been a GP for 20 years, and for 15 of those years I have been incorporating the Human Givens approach into my work with patients.
- 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.
- United KingdomKingston upon ThamesLondonKT2
My training in the Human Givens approach enables me to see a wide selection of clients.
Dr Kevin DonaghyUnited KingdomDrumahoeLondonderryBT47 3SL
Kevin has spent almost 20 years in management and leadership roles. He holds a first class Honours Degree and PhD in Business Management and is a qualified psychotherapist.
- United KingdomAylesbeare, ExeterEX5 2FD14 Hartley RoadUnited KingdomExmouthEX8 2SG
Debbie is a psychotherapist and life coach who has helped people with a broad range of emotional, psychological and behavioural challenges.
- The Bell Surgery453 Barlow Moor RoadUnited KingdomChorltonManchesterM21 8AUCumberland StreetUnited KingdomMacclesfieldM1 1JQ
As a professional full-time Human Givens therapist in private practice, my overriding aim is to work with you to achieve positive goals and outcomes.
- United KingdomBathAvonUnited KingdomBradford-on-AvonAvon
I know that it’s possible for clients to get their lives working again without unduly dwelling on the past.
- United KingdomCastle EdenEnglandTS27
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.
- United KingdomBrightonEnglandUnited KingdomHertfordEnglandPortugal
An experienced therapist/supervisor with a previous background in psychology and teaching, I have also worked with adolescents and children in schools and looked-after children services.
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