Volume 14, No 3, 2007

Human Givens Journal

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

ISBN: 1473-4850 (ISSN)

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Editorial:

Powerful methods required

How We Are: news, views and information

  • Dreaming in metaphor
  • tricks of the eye: the role of attention
  • giving to charity
  • teenage problem talk
  • effects of beliefs about health and fitness
  • travelling fellowship
  • human givens effectiveness study
  • visualising success
  • A&E staff and self-harmers
  • self-help depression books versus CBT
  • ‘couple’ carers
  • work-related mental ill health

Always something behind it…

Pat Williams takes a wry look at conspiracy theories.

“There was no place of safety”: PTSD in Rwanda

Maarit Brooks and Carly Raby describe their trip to Rwanda to spread human givens skills for dealing with post-traumatic stress.

Children of the genocide

Lorraine Debnam describes her experience of working with Rwandan street children and their helpers.

A game of badminton

David Grist illustrates how working from the human givens approach generates creative solutions.

The cult of parenthood

When one parent turns a child against the other parent, the effects mirror those experienced in cults. By Amy Baker.

The artefact of adolescence

Robert Epstein tells Piers Bishop why ‘adolescence’ is an artificial – and harmful – modern invention.

TALKING POINT

Iain Caldwell considers whether cannabis really does cause psychosis.

Thinking outside the toybox

How a teddy bear and some packs of cards helped a girl decide she wanted to live instead of die. By Chris Dyas.

PLUS: Book Reviews, Letters.

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