The Dublin Human Givens Centre provides Human Givens Psychotherapy, Education and Training for clients in one-to-one, couple and group sessions.
Call for an appointment or more information to: 01 2894097
Sue is a fully trained Human Givens Practitioner, Human Givens Supervisor and a Fellow of the Human Givens Institute. She is also a tutor with the Human Givens College and Chair of the Registration and Professional Standards Committee of the Human Givens Institute and the founder of the HG Peer Group in Ireland.
She holds a Masters in Cognitive Science from University College Dublin and a Masters in Psychotherapy from Nottingham Trent University.
She has worked in the areas of Personal Development Training, Coaching and Psychotherapy for over 35 years.
She has extensive experience in the business world, particularly in Information Technology, where she worked also for many years, most recently as a Capability Development and Change Manager in a large finance organisation.
She has a wealth of experience of management, training and development, coaching and mentoring. She has fully embraced the Human Givens Approach as a practical, effective and common sense framework to understand ourselves and our emotional health.
Sue is also a Tutor with the Human Givens College delivering professional training in the Human Givens Approach to participants internationally in Europe and in the USA.
She has recently published ‘Navigating the Teenage Years – a compassionate approach‘ a book designed to help both adults and teenagers alike to understand the changes that teenagers are encountering and how to help them navigate their way to adulthood. Published by Orpen Press ISBN: 978-1-909895-64-5
Available in all good Bookshops or on Amazon.co.uk or you can email Sue directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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