- Royal Surrey County HospitalUnited KingdomGuildford
I work with cancer patients at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford. I also work privately from the hospital, from my home in Ash Green and from 'Mummas and Beans' in Godalming.
- United KingdomBradford-on-AvonWiltshireBA15 2BH
Pamela, a leading child therapist, and Fellow of the Human Givens Institute has helped many children (5—18 years olds) and adults deal with challenging life circumstances.
- United KingdomCardiffWales
Claire is a fully trained Human Givens Therapist and also holds a Masters Degree in Human Givens Psychotherapy.
Joanna BakerUnited KingdomBurton upon TrentDE15 0BA
Joanna is a therapist at the University of Derby where she also works as their Psycho-education Coordinator. She and her team develop and deliver workshops on various aspects of wellbeing.
- 3, Bel Royal VillasVictoria AvenueUnited KingdomSt LawrenceJerseyJE3 1LU
I love working with people, especially one to one.
I have worked with teenagers and adults for over 35 years.
My hobbies include cycling and swimming.
- United KingdomWellsEnglandBA5
Nicola is a Human Givens psychotherapist with a growing private practice in Somerset.
- Merrion SquareIrelandDublinDublin 2IrelandBlackrockCo Dublin
Sue has worked in training, coaching and psychotherapy for over 30 years. She also has extensive experience in the corporate world, particularly in IT.
Tony GauvainUnited KingdomCranleigh
Tony's practice is from his farmhouse home in a lovely peaceful setting, which includes parking and easy access. He will also travel to clients up to an hour away (charging mileage).
- 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 KingdomTibbertonWorcestershireWR9
I find the Human Givens approach to be helpful to a wide variety of people in different situations and most find help within a very few sessions.
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