Harmonise relationships
Relationship difficulties are often self-perpetuating because our beliefs and reactions to one another trigger patterns of behaviour which stop us solving them. When couples want to stay together but are having problems, human givens therapists can help.

Reduce anxiety
This can take the form of generalised anxiety, panic attacks, fears, phobias, lack of confidence or overwhelming stress and pressure. All can be treated swiftly by a human givens therapist.

Break the cycle of depression
Even chronic depression can often be lifted quickly and the meaning and joy returned to life.

Resolve trauma
Human givens therapists can treat post traumatic stress disorder effectively and quickly.

Manage anger
Anger disorders damage health, increase the likelihood of an early death and cause enormous misery among relatives, colleagues and innocent by standers.

Stop addictive behaviour
All forms of addiction can be helped - alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex, TV and computer games, eating disorders - providing the person wants to make the effort to stop.

Relieve medical conditions
Many conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic pain and migraine, have an emotional component. Stressful events often trigger an outbreak because emotions affect health - and vice versa.




“As a direct result of working with Joyce on my low self-esteem from November to January, I have brought my score up from a 9 to a 25. I am delighted with my newly discovered sense of self-confidence and self-esteem”.
Kate Lewis (Director Ace Care Training Co).

“Joyce is a highly experienced and, as illustrated by her recent Radio Wales interviews, very knowledgeable coach. She has helped many hundreds of people over the years”.
Ian Thompson

“Joyce is a wonderful, warm, knowledgeable and supportive person. She has encouraged my self-esteem to grow in all areas of my life.’ My life and my relationships have been transformed”.

Jacquie Richardson. Manager of Housing.

“The life coaching I have received over the past few months has, in a very subtle way, changed my life. I initially felt that I was the victim of some very difficult circumstances beyond my control and that I was powerless to take back control of my life. I now realise that I can be in control again. The coaching has allowed me to turn my perspective full circle. For the first time in over two years, I feel empowered and my outlook can be as bright as I want it to be. Basically, the life coaching has taught me to be master of my own destiny and not to wait for a knight in shining armour or a fairy godmother to come and save me”.
L Roberts Secondary School Teacher

“Thank you, Joyce, for always believing in me, even when I didn’t believe in myself. The person I have become is largely down to your help, support and belief”.
Jennifer Humphrey (TORFAEN MIND)

“Joyce has only been my supervisor since June of this year but I can honestly say that she is one of the most approachable and helpful people I have met. There is nothing too much trouble and I always come away from my supervision feeling full of ideas that could possibly assist me in my work with clients. I could not ask for a better supervisor”.
Natasha Poulson (Supervisee)

“I have received monthly supervision from Joyce over several years. Her vast experience and knowledge has been invaluable both to myself and in the service I have provided to my clients. Joyce has always provided an empathetic listening style and has been able to unravel client issues during our supervision sessions, this has had a positive affect in my delivery. I would recommend her supervising ability to fellow professionals”.
Tony Price

“Joyce has a wealth of knowledge and experience. This is due to the fact that she keeps abreast of the current trends and issues and ensures she incorporates them into her tool kit. If Joyce had a motto it would be ‘one size doesn’t fit all’. In this way she is always prepared to deal with whatever her clients may bring her way”.
Gill Legge Project Manager

“Joyce has been my supervisor for MIND for nearly two years, and has been supportive, challenging, insightful and warm. I recommend her as an individual or group supervisor”.
Amanda Stone

“Joyce has acted as a supervisor for our peer group for several years. She is a very experienced person who has extended her professional capabilities in many directions. Her thirst for knowledge and her expertise are impressive. She has been supremely generous and supportive with her time and objective advice”.
Liz Fosbury. Stress Management Trainer.

“Joyce is always helpful full of resources and ideas. Her decades of experience show. I recommend her practical and empathetic approach.
Juliet Grayson UKCP Registered NLP TCA and COSRT Acc Psychotherapist and Recognised Supervisor