- Hackney WickUnited KingdomLondonEnglandE3
Are you going through personal difficulties or struggling to cope with a stressful situation? Has life become overwhelming?
Lorna KearneyRue de la HouguetteJerseyFive OaksJE2 7UG
An experienced counsellor who specialises in working with women who are in/leaving abusive relationships.
Bindi GauntlettUnited KingdomTrowbridgeWiltshire
After a career of 25 years in the NHS as a nurse, health visitor and psychotherapist I decided to use my wealth of experience to work with individuals using a more holistic approach.
Anne Judith Roberts5 Avenue GardensSheenUnited KingdomLondonGreater LondonSW14 8BP
I have been seeing clients since 1991 usually in my home but am prepared to be flexible. I am an associate priest in Barnes and I work part time as a Hospital Chaplain.
Ruth Longworth-ZurcherYork Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
I started my professional life in Switzerland where I qualified and worked as a Kindergarten Teacher. After moving to Britain in 1994 I trained as an Occupational Therapist.
- United KingdomLondonEngland
My psychotherapy style is characterized by warmth and humour.
- United KingdomBN1
I have been working in the field of mental health for 25 years.
- United KingdomNew MaldenSurrey
The most rewarding part of the Human Givens framework is the ability to be able to make a real difference to people's lives.
- United KingdomWorthingWest SussexBN13 2AF
I have a wide range of experience, successfully using the Human Givens approach for over 20 years, with clients of all ages, and with diverse problems.
Alec StansfieldUnited KingdomTrowbridgeWiltshire
I can help you overcome any difficulties with thinking, no matter what the label or diagnosis.
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