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Volume 6 No 3, 1999

The Therapist


Editorial Change changes us..

How we are news, views and information
Treatment approaches GP effectiveness Communicating with learning disabled children Carers and manic depression Autism Brain differences Too much training Postnatal depression Black and white thinking High fliers and schizophrenia

Not just an accident: the road crash victim's story
The needs of those seriously injured or bereaved in road crashes are not being recognised, says trauma expert Noreen Tehrani.

Not a fit response
Neuropsychiatrist Dr Tim Betts describes ways in which many people with even difficult-to-treat epilepsy can avoid having seizures.

Digging up the roots of violence
Providing help with parenting skills may be the best way to reduce violent behaviour in adults, says criminal criminologist George Hosking.

Credit where it's due
Barry Winbolt talks with Muhammah Yunus, banker to the poor, and finds many parallels with the best therapeutic approaches.

A headache to end all headaches
Lorna Elwick describes her terrifying experience of locked-in syndrome.

Plus: Books Letters


Product Code JB-102
ISBN 1350-4614 (ISSN)
Format A4 Printed Journal (48pp)
Publisher HG Publishing
RRP: £6.00
Price: £3.00

Volume 6 No 3, 1999 

Price:  £3.00


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