- United Kingdom
My practice is now entirely online, and therapy sessions can be booked UK-wide on Zoom, Skype, Facetime or the telephone.
- United KingdomSt Leonards-on-SeaEast SussexTN38 0QH
Judith has worked in education and personal development for over 15 years. She is committed to helping people find ways to overcome barriers in their personal, work and educational lives.
- United KingdomBristol
Following a career in the NHS as a general and paediatric nurse, Melissa retrained as a Human Givens Therapist in 2012, working with a national children's charity, leading on work with families who
Ian ThomsonUnited KingdomCwmbranWalesNP44United KingdomTorfaenWales
- United KingdomNewarkEnglandNG23
I am a fully qualified Human Givens Psychotherapist and also a fully qualified Mindfulness Teacher.
- 181 Hoe StreetUnited KingdomLondonEnglandE17 3AP
For many years, I have enjoyed helping people to learn and to develop their skills and understanding.
- 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.
Kerry ConnollyUnited KingdomLiverpool
Training and working as a nurse in King's College Hospital, London, then working for over 20 years in pastoral care in an inner city church have given me the opportunity to work with people from al
- 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.
Sarah Jeffrey-GrayCliftonUnited KingdomBristolAvon
NB: I am currently on sabbatical from 1 April to 1 October 2018
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Our first-ever online conference was held in February this year, and was a great success. If you missed the day, you haven't missed out. The replay is now available.
Due to Covid-19 and the ongoing uncertainty over when large groups will be able to reconvene safely, the HGI has made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s attended conference. We will now be putting all our efforts into planning next year’s to make it another rewarding event.