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Human Givens Psychotherapy Foundation Course 1: Effective Counselling

The vital differences between counselling and pseudo-counselling

If you work with, advise or treat disturbed adults or children this day could be the most important training you ever attend. Joe Griffin explains why mental illness and addiction rates are rising and how society could reverse this distressing and costly trend. You will leave with a richer knowledge of why so many people have emotional and behavioural problems and how, by working with the givens of human nature, you can help distressed individuals and families much more effectively.


Joe Griffin | talks | www


Date and Time:

20 June 2012 at 9:30 am


Full Day



Old Dining Hall, Hulme Hall
University of Manchester
Oxford Place Victoria Park
M14 5RR
0161 275 0206

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Human Givens College
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01323 811690

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