Volume 14, No 2, 2007

Human Givens Journal

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

ISBN: 1473-4850 (ISSN)

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Editorial:

To live a full life

How We Are: news, views and information

  • A mother’s kiss and PTSD
  • antenatal anxiety
  • eye health and stress
  • fish oils and self harm
  • worry and work
  • social exclusion and violence
  • sleep before learning
  • antidepressants and stroke
  • learning to learn
  • relationship break up
  • altruism
  • managing stress at work
  • enduring toll of terrorism

All in the family

Pat Williams thinks there’s a lot to be said for a nod and a handshake.

Angry soldier, unstable diagnosis, unholy muddle

Traumatised servicemen and women are getting a raw deal because of squabblings over diagnoses, says Piers Bishop.

Against the law – but in line with the lore?

Our own cognitive and perceptual ‘fault lines’ can help us understand psychotic patients. Michael Garrett, David Stone and Douglas Turkington explain.

Helpless to help

What it is like to care for a psychotic brother when professionals don’t know how to help.

Ask, don’t tell

Noël Janis-Norton discusses with Denise Winn how even the most challenging of children can be motivated to learn.

“How can you sleep at night?”

Denise Winn finds out how lawyers cope psychologically when defending clients accused of committing abhorrent crimes.

On the receiving end

Caroline Gallup describes the emotional upheaval she and her husband experienced during stressful infertility treatment.

The carrot and the stick

Mark Evans describes how his use of rewards and punishments in therapy has helped clients quickly achieve change.

PLUS: Book Reviews, Letters.

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