- WhitchurchUnited KingdomCardiffWalesCF14
I have a background in teaching children in primary schools and teenagers / young adults in language schools.
- York Human Givens CentreUnited KingdomYorkYO23 1NA
Patrick grew up in the East Anglian countryside and has always loved being close to nature.
- Solstice Wellbeing CentreNr. Bury ST EdmundsUnited KingdomSuffolk
I have the best job in the world: it's to help you find the peace you're looking for.
- Suite 101Q4660 NE Belknap CourtHillsboro, OR 97124United States
I first came across the Human Givens model, after the completion of my doctoral schooling in the San Francisco Bay area.
Annie GurtonSydney NSWAustralia
A lifetime of personal experience including four marriages, children and step-children. "You can't tell me anything that I haven't heard before."
All sessions I hour 15 minutes.
- 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.
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