- Lanark Road WestCurrieUnited KingdomEdinburghEH14 5NZ
Dorothy runs a private practice from her home in Currie where she sees most of her clients.
Gail ElvinVictim Support Service11 Halifax StreetAdelaide 5048Australia
Currently working in not for profit sector for Victim Support Service, South Australia.
- United KingdomGreat MiltonOxfordshireOX44
I am an experienced psychologist, well-being coach, counsellor and psychotherapist able to deal with many kinds of emotional and psychological difficulties.
- United KingdomNorth DevonUnited KingdomPlymouthDevonUnited KingdomMid Devon
I have been a Human Givens Practitioner since 2002. As well as seeing clients privately I am an affiliated counsellor for Cic, PTSD Resolution and Red Poppy.
- 11 Poltair AvenueUnited KingdomSt AustellCornwallPL25 4LY
Andrew has a busy private practice, of over fifteen years. His book "The Depression Optimist" is an Amazon best seller.
- United KingdomHarrowEnglandHA1United Kingdom
I originally trained in biological science before becoming a medical doctor over 25 years ago.
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NAUnited KingdomScarboroughNorth Yorkshire
Following many years working in the social care sector with vulnerable adults, in which I increasingly found the Human Givens approach extremely beneficial, I have now moved into private practice.
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 KingdomCheadleCheshire
Whilst working with a group of clients, all of whom were living with a Physical and/or Sensory Disability, made me realise the strong connection between the Mind and the Body, and how by getting ou
- United KingdomStonehavenScotlandUnited KingdomAberdeenScotland
I have a long history of working with people to support their development and am skilled in helping people overcome difficulties to lead fulfilling lives.
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