Human Givens Teaching

education picAs a trained teacher, experienced trainer and former GP, I am well placed to offer seminars and educational events to any professional organisation or community group on how the Human Givens approach can be applied. I always like to make these sessions practical and interactive so that participants can go away with techniques and material they can actually use. This does not in any way supplant formal Human Givens training which must be done through the Human Givens College and my events do not count to a qualification of any sort. However, there are many, especially health care professionals, sports coaches and trainers who find the ideas useful in practice. I have delivered events to the general public, doctors and other medical professionals as well as coporate groups. Please get in touch if your group or organisation would like to benefit from this this knowledge.

Diary of Public Events

Sunday 16th December 4pm.   A party to celebrate my new book 'Is It Serious?'

Portinscale Village Hall, near Keswick.

Music - fantastic fiddle, groovy guitar and vivacious vocals from the band Burnt Horse

Tea, cakes, mulled wine and chat

Poetry - Julie reading and discussing her book on love, science, medicine and wild things which

“engages with life’s difficulty- and finds redemption”

Tickets £3 all profits to Hospice - reservation advised - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Monday, 12th November, 8pm.  The Arty Show, Radio Cumbria.

Julie joined Helen Millican live in the studio to converse about poetry and read from her new book Is It Serious?

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 Saturday 17th November, 4.30p.m. Maryport Literary Festival at the Senhouse Roman Museum.

In this inspiring setting overlooking the beautiful Solway coast Julie will engage the audience in some of the key ideas from her book Running The Red Line, including our need for a place we feel connected. Then she will be officially launching her poetry collection, Is It Serious? by sharing poems and ideas from all sections of the book; family, love, science, medicine and wild things.

Tickets £5.