Links

If you are suffering from anxiety, depression, trauma, bereavement of any other emotionally distressing time and are not sure at this point whether to contact me, please see below a number of links to get some support now, throught a phone or email communication with another person or through finding out more information.

More about Human Givens:

Human Givens College, for courses and opportunities to learn more about Human Givens: www.humangivenscollege.com

Human Givens Publishing for books, magazines about Human Givens: www.humangivens.com

The Human Givens Foundation : www.hgfoundation.com

The Human Givens Practice Research Network: www.hgiprn.com

The online register of other Human Givens therapists: www.hgi.org.uk/register

Other support available to you:

Saneline – is a national, 7 days a week, out of hours telephone helpline for anyone coping with mental illness, including concerned relatives or friends . helpline: 0845 767 8000

Samaritans – provide 24hour , confidential , emotional support for anyone in crisis, They can also make third party referrals and will call someone you may be concerned about. helpline: 0845 790 9090

Refuge – 24 hour domestic violence helpline service. helpline: 0808 2000 247

cruse – bereavement support. helpline: 0844 477 9400 or helpline@cruse.org.uk

No panic – support for anxiety, phobias  and obsessions. helpline 0800 138 8889 (10am- 10pm)

mind – mental health issues and further resources.

The team that I work with:

David O’Connor webdesign producing print design and web sites for a wide range of clients from business and the arts, large and small, based in the surrounding area and London.

Emma Houldsworth Clinical Hypnotherapy ~ Brief Psychotherapy ~ Training

Steve CreffieldEvolve-Integral, workshops, events, coaching

Natalie Matos music Natalie’s music has often been described as ‘medicine’ or a ‘massage to the heart’.

Clive Martin Ya Mediafilm maker, film production services

Stella Maris – Artist, represented by Brook Gallery and Stoneman Gallery

Organisations that I work with:

St Peters & St James –  a hospice that is set up to support people and those important to them to live well towards the end of life by giving compassion, hope and quality care.

PTSD Resolution– Providing counselling for former armed forces, reservists & families

Healthcare-RM – provides services to businesses that relate to every aspect of employee health.

Red Poppy – provides a range of trauma services to businesses, supporting all staff with trauma issues.

107 Meridian Radio– Samantha Day, Health and fitness programme 10am-12 every 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month

Findatherapy. – an online directory to all types of therapies

Memberships that I hold:

Koorana Centre – is in Ardingly providing a peaceful place and extensive programme of workshops, classes, therapies to inspire creativity, spirituality and wellbeing

RSA – The mission of the (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) is to enrich society through ideas and action.

IPPA – It endeavors to create rigorous standards for positive psychology, so that the field always represents the very best levels of current knowledge

British Sleep Society (BSS) – is a professional organisation for medical, scientific and healthcare workers dealing with sleeping disorders.