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Volume 19, No 1, 2012


Editorial: Good things in small packages

How we are: News, views and information:
Questionable research practices • what gets lost in the interpretation • psychopaths and feelings • ‘doomed’ foster placements that succeed • autistic children • antidepressants • false self-expectations • earthquake in New Zealand • filling in the memory gaps • getting creative • novel approach for helping to lift depression • perception of status • paraplegia and walking dreams • more on the amygdala • religion and disgust

Could have been worse?
Pat Williams looks at what really happens when the medium becomes the message

Putting human givens into the heart of policy
Julie Taylor shows how policy is made – and can be influenced – at national level

Therapist’s casebook
Dianne Lobbett describes some of the more striking – and salutary – therapeutic challenges that she has faced

Just what couples need
The human givens approach enhances the success of therapy with couples. By Véronique Chown

How we set up a human givens therapy centre
Gail Rhodes and Jenny Waddington describe the steps they took to establish their clinic in York

Healing Hands
How the human givens informed Liz Fosbury’s volunteer work with war survivors in Sarajevo

A visceral reaction
Renée van der Vloodt describes a dramatic case involving the rewind technique

PLUS: Book Reviews, Letters

Product Code JC-169
Price: £5.00

Volume 19, No 1, 2012 

Price:  £5.00


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