Take a look below at our selection of books, CDs and audio downloads – there is also the current edition of the HG Journal and plenty of back issues, available in printed or digital format…
Freedom from addiction
The secret behind successful addiction busting: If you want to overcome your own addictive behaviour – whatever it is – or are interested in helping others to overcome theirs, this down-to-earth, easy-to-read book gives the clear guidance and practical steps you need to do so.
Volume 28, No 1, 2021 New
Shattered dreams: how REM sleep, not ‘chemical imbalance’ explains depression • Mother Nature has needs too • Under-nourished: the key to working with restrictive eating • Hypermobility: can it explain some medically unexplained symptoms? and much more...
Volume 27, No 1, 2020
Unhelpful eating habits research • gratitude and depression • stress and memory • auditory impressions in dreams • anxiety, dreams and sleep • why junior docs leave NHS • borderline personality disorder and childhood trauma • blue light from screens and much more...
Volume 26, No 1, 2019
HG transforms a paramedic's work • Statistics that can and can’t count • The not-so-gendered brain • HG in GP consultations • Innovative project for dementia sufferers • Working with the homeless • Ethics • Sleep apnoea • Living with dissociation • and much more...
Volume 25, No 1, 2018
Building resilience: helping veterans • How Suffolk Mind is introducing HG ideas across the county • Ethics: illuminating cases • How HG is helping in an NHS clinic for obesity • Speeding up physical recovery • Fostering good practice • NHS whistleblower • and much more...
Volume 24, No 2, 2017
How the human hand helped evolve our sense of self • Complex Trauma and Polyvagal Theory: interview with Stephen Porges • Aric Sigman on negative effects of excessive screen use • Living with uncertainty • Beauty makeovers for vulnerable people • and much more...
How to liberate yourself from pain
Practical help for sufferers: No matter how severe or persistent your experience of pain, it can be diminished. Packed full of effective, practical techniques for diminishing your discomfort, this book shows how to identify and overcome any potential obstacles to getting better and how to ‘diagnose’ why the pain might be persisting.
Effective anxiety management
...without drugs: Anyone, either suffering from excessive anxiety or treating it, will benefit enormously from listening to this informative audiobook. Stress, panic attacks, social anxiety, phobias, (PTSD), nightmares and other distressing anxiety disorders like obsessive compulsions (OCD) are just some of the topics dealt with.
How Stories Heal
The effect of stories on mental health and human development: Pat Williams uses a wealth of examples from her many years as a master storyteller to demonstrate the very real effects of stories on our mental health and development, showing how they can highlight the strength and resilience of the human spirit.