- Travellers' NestSedgwickUnited KingdomKendalCumbriaLA8 0JU
Sue practices from a rural village setting with good parking and disabled/wheelchair access, but will also travel to see clients
- 59 FerrybankIrelandArklowCo Wicklow
Ann holds a BSc(hons) in Psychology, MSc in Forensic Psychology and Criminology and a Higher Diploma in Human Givens Psychotherapy.
- United KingdomPooleDorset
Martin is a qualified counselling psychologist and social worker.
Clifford EmmersonUnited KingdomIpswichSuffolkIP3 9AT
Clifford Emmerson is a Human Givens Psychotherapist with 20+ years counselling experience, having previously worked with both military and civilian personnel for the British Armed Forces.
Bill AndrewsOld GwenlanOverstrand AvenueUnited KingdomRhosneigr GwyneddIsle of AngleseyLL64 5QQ
Bill Andrews has a private Human Givens therapy practice. He is also a senior assoiciate with the International Center for Clinical Excellence, a new worldwide initiative designed to explore empiri
- York Human Givens Wellbeing Centre33 Bishopthorpe RoadUnited KingdomYorkNorth YorkshireYO23 1NA
Gail has a real enthusiasm for this positive approach to counselling.
Atlanta Wardell-YerburghHammersmithUnited KingdomLondonW6
I am passionate about helping people live their best, most fulfilling, most enjoyable and meaningful lives possible.
- Quay PlaceUnited KingdomIpswichEngland
I provide human givens psychotherapy at Suffolk Mind's Quay Place Heritage & Wellbeing Centre in central Ipswich on Wednesday afternoons.
- United KingdomBN1
I have been working in the field of mental healh for 25 years.
- United KingdomPembrokeshire
Since qualifying in Occupational and Organisational Psychology in 1998, I have worked as an Occupational Psychologist in Occupational Health Services for the NHS and Local Government, and for priva
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