Volume 16, No 3, 2009
Human Givens Journal
Format: A4 Printed Journal (48pp) / Digital PDF Journal (48pp)
ISBN: 1473-4850 (ISSN)
One and all.
How we are: News, views and information:
- Circumstances alter cases
- sexual differences in vision
- juvenile stalkers
- negative beliefs about ageing
- hearing voices: whose are they?
- new worries about ‘legal highs’
- unreliable decisions
- the role of humour in relationships
- childhood bullying and psychosis
- cultural perspectives on emotion
- social relationships and recovery from mental illness
- psychiatric beds in the NHS
Putting the picture into focus
Pat Williams turns her attention inward – and outwards.
Saving lives: the ‘human givens’ helpline
Angela Winter describes a volunteer mental health helpline run entirely on human givens principles.
Lorne Loxterkamp argues that contact with birth parents can be harmful for adopted children.
ASD and psychosis: is caetextia the link?
New brain research supports Joe Griffin and Ivan Tyrrell’s theory that caetextia can account for both ASD and psychosis.
Loneliness: the forgotten survival instinct
John T Cacioppo tells Denise Winn that loneliness conveys a vital message about our biological need for social connection.
Working with psychosis – once a week
Emily Lindsey-Clark shows how, as a therapist in private practice, she helped a client overcome severe psychotic delusions.
History but not destiny
John Bayley describes how a new scheme is helping young offenders face a more meaningful future on release.
Catching up – and going beyond
The transformation of a seriously failing school for emotionally vulnerable and challenging youngsters. By Sean Pavitt.