NEW issue – out now
This packed edition features the story of Stevie Noah, who describes how human givens understandings have helped her cope with religious trauma syndrome. HG tutor and therapist, Jennifer Broadley, demonstrates how basic HG principles and practice can quickly help couples struggling with their relationships. Emma Grey shows how HG helps her to help families at grave risk of losing their children to the care system and John Bell reflects on how the Lebanon, his homeland, has been crippled because innate human needs have been ignored.
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