Volume 24, No 1, 2017

Human Givens Journal

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

ISBN: 1473-4850 (ISSN)

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Editorial:

Theoretically speaking

How we are: News, views and information:

  • Skewed psychological research
  • anxiety on the up
  • placebos and back pain
  • guilt sensitivity and OCD
  • psychosis after sexual abuse
  • politics and belief in false threats
  • sharing around good fortune
  • PTSD Resolution: independent evaluation
  • pets’ place in supporting those with chronic mental ill health
  • when happiness is too much work
  • sex offenders as peer supporters
  • cases from 2016 considered by the HGI’s ethics committee
  • sounds and shapes
  • anxiety and depression and surgery outcomes
  • body dysmorphia and chronic disease
  • telomeres and mental health

The real cost per word

Pat Williams reflects on why word stealing seems so acceptable to many

20 years of human givens

A celebration of all that has been achieved so far.

Eating disorders: an empowering new perspective

How Martin Dunne uses the organising idea of caetextia to help treat clients with anorexia and atypical anorexia

Hearing voices – who is truly listening?

Simon McCarthy-Hughes tells Denise Winn what is now understood, and often ignored, about the nature of voice hearing

Can child abuse cause voice hearing?

An extract from Simon McCarthy-Hughes’ new book: Can’t You Hear Them? The science and significance of hearing voices

LEARNING CURVE

Julie Carter shares a life-enhancing moment

Telling a different story

Inga Springell describes working creatively with children struggling in primary school

Learning imaginatively in higher education

Gavin Jinks uses learnings from the human givens approach to maximise the effectiveness of his university teaching

Therapist’s casebook

Ian Thomson, Judith Desbonne and Denise Winn each describe working with a particularly challenging problem

PLUS: Book Reviews

Reviews

5/5 (2 Reviews)
  1. Maggie

    Really good journal, very interesting content – enjoyed reading about all the things that have been achieved since beginning of HG.

  2. Anne

    I always look forward to my next issue. The price may seem expensive but that’s because the journal doesn’t take advertising so every page is full of helpful, interesting information and articles. I’ve learnt so much from it over the years and constantly refer to my back issues for inspiration and ideas. Would highly recommend to anyone interested in psychology and human nature.

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