Human Givens Institute
Visit website: http://www.hgi.org.uk/
The Human Givens Institute is a global organisation concerned with unifying the most effective forms of counselling and psychotherapy into a truly biopsychosocial approach. It advances all aspects of Human Givens therapeutic practice, including standards, continued professional development and the ethical behaviour of members.
Key facts and stats about HGI
registers Human Givens practitioners
- 252 registrants on HGI’s register (as of February 2020)
- met 10/11 Standards
- first accredited on 13 April 2016 (this is its fourth annual review and covers 13 April 2019 to 13 April 2020)
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There were two conditions resulting from the HGI's most recent accreditation:
The HGI should:
a) Review and update its complaints procedures and provide an updated version to the Accreditation team within six months. The HGI’s review should ensure that its processes comply with good practice and the law and should include consideration of EDI issues, the Human Rights Act and those points raised within this report and the external report, previously commissioned by the HGI.
b) Provide a plan to the Accreditation team about its implementation of the new process which should include the development of guidance documents such as guidance for making decisions at the investigation stage, guidance for holding hearings and guidance for registrants.
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We use this when we are reviewing applications for accreditation and also as part of our annual reviews when registers are renewing their accreditation. You can find out more here.
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