Human Givens Journal - Volume 14, No 1, 2007

Volume 14, No 1, 2007

Human Givens Journal

Format: A4 Printed Journal (48pp) / Digital PDF Journal (48pp) 

ISBN: 1473-4850 (ISSN)

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Warmer weather fosters growth

How We Are: news, views and information

  • Depression and the brain
  • empathy building
  • explaining atrocity
  • pet power
  • positive messages
  • stress in pregnancy: risk to children
  • cholesterol and stress
  • children and safer road crossing
  • the ‘umbrella test’
  • doctors who struggle
  • super brain
  • believing is seeing
  • health information
  • creating expectation for change
  • money and mind
  • dementia
  • left bias
  • exercise, depression and psychosis

Settled, is it? Or stuck?

Pat Williams looks at what it means to have our feet on the ground

Patterns that persist

Pat Williams shares her discovery that stories particularly treasured – or feared – in childhood can cast powerful ‘forward shadows’

Against the law – but in line with the lore?

Steve Davidson investigates whether offending behaviour may be predicted by the stories that offenders were drawn to as children

Human givens and the NHS

Sandwell PCT has incorporated human givens principles into its mental health strategy. Dr Ian Walton assesses the challenges

How to tackle the toxic boss

Jill Walker tells Denise Winn about the strategies that she has devised for helping people stand up to poor or bullying managers

Seeding success

Graham Robertson makes highly effective use of plants in his work with distressed or underperforming adolescents at school

Doing what counts

Bill Andrews explains how all therapists can help provide the hard evidence that the human givens approach works

When time’s not on our side

James Hooton describes his work as one of the new mental health practitioners in primary care

PLUS: Book Reviews, Letters


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