Louise has a BA (hons psychology) and MA from Trinity College Dublin and an MBA from Edinburgh University.
- Centre for ChangeWorcester House, 4 Dragon StreetUnited KingdomPetersfieldHampshireGU31 4JDUnited KingdomHaslemereHampshire
Twenty first century life can be challenging, stretching our resources to the limit which can lead to stress, anxiety, phobias, anger, trauma or depression.
- United KingdomSouth MoltonDevonUnited KingdomBarbrookDevon
Angie has 14 years experience of working with people with a variety of problems ranging from mild anxiety and low self esteem through to depression, health issues, post traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, weight issues and other varied issues.
- United KingdomNorwichNorfolkNR3 3NJ
Current CRB disclosure certificate. I see clients in my home. Sessions available weekends and early evening.
- United KingdomLondonEnglandNW10
Denise has worked in the psychology field for over 35 years and has been a human givens therapist since 2000. She treats private clients and will travel locally to a client's home if necessary.
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
Gail has a real enthusiasm for this positive approach to counselling.
- OvertonUnited KingdomBasingstokeHampshireRG25 3DUUnited KingdomAndoverEnglandUnited KingdomNewburyEnglandUnited KingdomBasingstokeEnglandUnited KingdomWinchesterEngland
Corinne works primarily with the human givens approach due to it's proven speed and effectiveness. She also uses CBT, mindfulness and visualisation when appropriate.
- 112 Swarcliffe RoadUnited KingdomHarrogateYorkshireHG1 4QY
I am a fully qualified and passionate Human Givens psychotherapist, experienced in helping people to quickly escape emotional distress and find their own unique path to feeling well.
- "The Loft", CarrickrobinKilkerlyIrelandDundalkCo Louth
Síle has worked in education for almost thirty years.
- Healthy Life Centre35-37 Bread StreetUnited KingdomEdinburghScotlandEH3 9AL
I help people change their lives as swiftly and simply as possible. Having run a successful private practice for over 20 years, I have had the privilege of helping clients overcome all manner of difficulties, to create strong foundations for a more enjoyable and fulfilling life.
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