Pamela, leading child therapist is a Fellow of the Human Givens Institute in recognition of her contribution in working with children and young people. She has helped many children (5 - 18 years old) and adults deal with challenging life circumstances. Her proactive and intuitive application of the human givens approach has mended broken young lives and saved millions of pounds of taxpayers money that would otherwise have been spent in psychiatric care.
For many years Pamela was the principal psychotherapist for Gordano training, an organisation dedicated to helping needy young people achieve their potential in particular working with phobias, addictions, anxiety disorders, depression, stress, etc.
She now conducts her own private surgeries with clients from U.S.A, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Spain, Greece, U.K and elsewhere.
Pamela is also a consultancy supervisor for counselors working in schools, G.P surgeries, etc and is a visiting psychotherapist for many schools and colleges in the West of England.
As a Fellow of the Human Givens Institute, Pamela works in accordance with their code of ethics for good practice.
Her therapeutic practice also includes prison work, youth offending team and probation services. Pamela is qualified to give expert opinion for court procedures and assessments for solicitors/legal matters.
.... it is well known that Pamela has an affinity with children and adolescents and a rapport with people of all ages. Families as well as 'one-to-one' can be assured to feel at ease ......
"Learning about my emotions and how my brain functions enabled me to stop taking drugs, and concentrate on something interesting"
17yr old ex offender