Volume 18, No 1, 2011
Human Givens Journal
Format: A4 Printed Journal (48pp) / Digital PDF Journal (48pp)
ISBN: 1473-4850 (ISSN)
How we are: News, views and information:
- Improving creative insight
- reducing risky behaviour
- dilemma of difficult patients
- clinical trials
- how anger and sadness affect judgement
- adolescent confidence
- why schizophrenics often use illicit drugs
- sexual offending online and off
- more power of placebo
- ECT pretty well useless
- alcohol and misinterpretation
- discrimination against gay people and mental ill health
- ‘moral credit’
Losing our tested ‘truths’ can be quite a relief
Pat Williams revisits some so-called scientific findings.
Pat Williams shows why hearing and telling stories have more profound effects than reading them.
Working with enchantment
Angela Shaw tells two tales that dispelled clients’ negative trances.
How the police measure up
Outcome measures showed the impact of the human givens approach on police mental health. By Jayne Timmins.
Perceptions of wellbeing
Ivan Tyrrell talks with Paul Allin about the Government’s programme to measure national wellbeing.
Medicine that may harm
Charles O’Connell demonstrates how drug companies and profit have distorted the best principles of medical care.
Overcoming alcohol abuse: the end of a ‘career’
Hartlepool Mind’s creative alcohol addiction programme overcomes funding constraints. By Tom Livesey.
A very different kind of coaching
Frances Masters describes the setting up of Reclaim Life, a charity offering free psychotherapeutic coaching.