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Journal Back Issues

Volume 16 No 3, 2009

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Editorial: One and all

How we are: News, views and information:
Circumstances alter cases sexual differences in vision juvenile stalkers negative beliefs about ageing hearing voices: whose are they? new worries about 'legal highs' unreliable decisions the role of humour in relationships childhood bullying and psychosis cultural perspectives on emotion social relationships and recovery from mental illness psychiatric beds in the NHS

Putting the picture into focus
Pat Williams turns her attention inward and outwards

Saving lives: the 'human givens' helpline
Angela Winter describes a volunteer mental health helpline run entirely on human givens principles

TALKING POINT
Lorne Loxterkamp argues that contact with birth parents can be harmful for adopted children

ASD and psychosis: is caetextia the link?
New brain research supports Joe Griffin and Ivan Tyrrell's theory that caetextia can account for both ASD and psychosis

Loneliness: the forgotten survival instinct
John T Cacioppo tells Denise Winn that loneliness conveys a vital message about our biological need for social connection

Working with psychosis once a week
Emily Lindsey-Clark shows how, as a therapist in private practice, she helped a client overcome severe psychotic delusions

History but not destiny
John Bayley describes how a new scheme is helping young offenders face a more meaningful future on release

Catching up and going beyond
The transformation of a seriously failing school for emotionally vulnerable and challenging youngsters. By Sean Pavitt

PLUS: Book Reviews, Letters

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Product Code JC-154
ISBN 1473-4850 (ISSN)
Format A4 Printed Journal (48pp)
Publisher HG Publishing
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Volume 16 No 3, 2009 

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