Human Givens Journal - Volume 19, No 2, 2012

Volume 19, No 2, 2012

Human Givens Journal

Format: A4 Printed Journal (60pp) / Digital PDF Journal (60pp) 

ISBN: 1473-4850 (ISSN)

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The long and the short of causal links.

How we are: News, views and information:

  • Harm done by antipsychotics
  • naming the fear
  • rejection and popular adolescents
  • disgust and perception
  • more reliable methods of eyewitness identification
  • choices
  • persecution dreams
  • HG-inspired education resource pack
  • communicating emotions
  • wisdom
  • strong evidence of efficacy for HG therapy
  • generosity and time
  • schizophrenia and autism connectionand time
  • schizophrenia and autism connection

Labelling the difficulty

Pat Williams muses on the pressing need to see through illusory representations to what is really there.

How human givens therapy is helping war veterans

Anita Dale describes research showing the effectiveness of the treatment for traumatised former soldiers.

Car crash

Denise Winn describes the complex outcomes for a mother and son of a near-fatal accident and astonishing recovery.

Work and the mental health continuum

Ezra Hewing helps a large insurance company change its perceptions about employee stress and wellbeing.

Taking it from the top

Bart McEnroe and Pat Gilroy discuss HG’s transformatory effects on a leading football team and multinational subsidiary.

“And what happened next?”

Dan Jones uses curiosity and encouragement to help parents deter ‘at risk’ children from antisocial behaviour and crime.

Using the human givens to cope with personal adversity

Val Giblett’s inspiring account of how she made good use of HG principles when faced with a diagnosis of cancer.

Transition distress: the big problem facing universities

Why students are less prepared and more anxious than ever before, and how they can be helped. By Gareth Hughes.

Reflections on healing

The HG approach fits well with the trend towards blending intuition with conventional medicine, says Fiona Crabtree.

PLUS: Book Reviews, Letters


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