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The human givens approach originated in the field of psychotherapy and the many new insights provided by the research of its founders, Joe Griffin and Ivan Tyrrell, have been quietly revolutionising the effective treatment of mental health and behavioural problems for the last 20 years. The organising ideas and framework for wellbeing contained in the biopsychosocial human givens (HG) approach have subsequently been found to be so universally applicable that HG principles are now also used in many other settings, such as education, business and diplomacy – improving outcomes and increasing our understanding of human nature and how to interact with people in a way that enhances their emotional health and helps them make the most of their abilities and talents. Read more: http://www.hgi.org.uk/free-ebook Training: http://www.hgonlinecourses.com http://www.humangivenscollege.com Publications: http://www.humangivens.com

The human givens approach originated in the field of psychotherapy and the many new insights provided by the research of its founders, Joe Griffin and Ivan Tyrrell, have been quietly revolutionising the effective treatment of mental health and behavioural problems for the last 20 years. The organising ideas and framework for wellbeing contained in the biopsychosocial human givens (HG) approach have subsequently been found to be so universally applicable that HG principles are now also used in many other settings, such as education, business and diplomacy – improving outcomes and increasing our understanding of human nature and how to interact with people in a way that enhances their emotional health and helps them make the most of their abilities and talents. Read more: http://www.hgi.org.uk/free-ebook Training: http://www.hgonlinecourses.com http://www.humangivenscollege.com Publications: http://www.humangivens.com
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The human givens approach originated in the field of psychotherapy and the many new insights provided by the research of its founders, Joe Griffin and Ivan Tyrrell, have been quietly revolutionising the effective treatment of mental health and behavioural problems for the last 20 years. The organising ideas and framework for wellbeing contained in the biopsychosocial human givens (HG) approach have subsequently been found to be so universally applicable that HG principles are now also used in many other settings, such as education, business and diplomacy – improving outcomes and increasing our understanding of human nature and how to interact with people in a way that enhances their emotional health and helps them make the most of their abilities and talents. Read more: http://www.hgi.org.uk/free-ebook Training: http://www.hgonlinecourses.com http://www.humangivenscollege.com Publications: http://www.humangivens.com

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@humangivens

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English

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01323 811690


Episodes

Episode 13: Political deception and the CBT tsunami – Ivan Tyrrell with Farhad Dalal

8/13/2019
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Today we are listening in on a fascinating conversation between Ivan Tyrrell - Co-founder of the Human Givens approach and director of Human Givens College - and Farhad Dalal, who is a UK-based psychotherapist and author. Farhad Dalal’s book - CBT: The Cognitive Behavioural Tsunami: Managerialism, Politics, and the Corruptions of Science is a robust, detailed and psychologically sophisticated critique of the frightening place where modern managerialism, regulation and compliance have taken...

Duration:00:58:19

Episode 12: Intimacy – In to me you see – with Jennifer Broadley and Lee Pycroft

8/2/2019
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As you all know, Intimacy is one of our vital emotional needs. During this podcast Jennifer Broadley and Lee Pycroft (both human givens psychotherapists) discuss the importance of both emotional and physical intimacy. This podcast is packed full of useful information, key discussion points and wisdom - as well as a lot of fun and laughter… ========= Welcome to the human givens ‘Ask The Expert’ podcast series! Our new podcasts give you the opportunity to hear human givens professionals...

Duration:00:48:16

Episode 11: Therapeutic teaching techniques – with Pat Capel

7/3/2019
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As well as being an HG practitioner, Pat has been working as a secondary school teacher for over 25 years: both as a classroom teacher and also working with children with special educational needs. Over this time Pat became increasingly aware that a growing number of those around him - adults as well as children - didn’t have the necessary skills or resources to cope in today’s demanding world. He realised that by combining what he’d learnt from his HG training with his existing teaching...

Duration:00:39:57

Episode 10: Why having a healthy mind and body matters – with Andrew Morrice

6/24/2019
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As well as being an HG practitioner, Andrew is a GP in Somerset were he has been a partner in a busy medical practice since 2000. Andrew has had a lifelong interest in nutrition and he developed, and tutors, the mind-body connection course for human givens college. ========= Welcome to the human givens ‘Ask The Expert’ podcast series! Our new podcasts give you the opportunity to hear human givens professionals discuss mental health and emotional wellbeing from the point of view of their...

Duration:01:01:52

Episode 9: Can you recover from psychological domestic abuse? – Emma's story with Hannah Jackson

5/16/2019
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This time we speak to human givens psychotherapist Hannah Jackson and her client Emma. Emma suffered from psychological domestic abuse, from someone who she thought was a ‘loving and supportive’ partner… but after years of experiencing coercive control, she came to realise that his actions were abusive and she had to break away from his terrifying manipulative behaviour… To access the references mentioned in this episode, click here: https://www.hgi.org.uk/resources/domestic-abuse...

Duration:00:38:18

Episode 8: Why having post-natal depression doesn't make you a bad parent – with Sara Shoesmith

5/3/2019
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To help support Maternal Mental Health Awareness, Sara Shoesmith tells us why post-natal depression doesn’t mean you’re a bad parent. Sara has experienced first-hand how terrifying severe post-natal depression can be. Thankfully Sara received the help and guidance she needed to make a full recovery and she now activity promotes good emotional health through her website and Facebook page. To access the references mentioned in this episode, click here:...

Duration:02:27:43

Episode 7: How to make your private practice successful – with Jennifer Broadley

4/12/2019
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Our latest expert is Jennifer Broadley, a Human Givens psychotherapist with two successful private practices in Aberdeen and Dundee and extensive business and marketing experience. On this podcast Jennifer, who tutors the 'How to build a successful private practice' 1-day course, answers a wide range of questions sent in by other therapists, giving you plenty of tips and advice as she does so... View course: https://www.humangivenscollege.com/courses/building-a-thriving-therapy-practice.html...

Duration:02:51:06

Episode 6 : What does a positive friendship look like? – with Sue Saunders

3/29/2019
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On this podcast we asked Sue Saunders 'what does a positive friendship look like?' As Director of Education for Human Givens College, Sue teaches numerous courses for us including the new diploma-linked course: 'Improving Relationships – at work, at home and in the community'. For details visit: https://www.humangivenscollege.com/courses/improving_relationships.html On this valuable course, you will discover why all relationships from siblings, work colleagues and couples, to neighbours,...

Duration:02:34:39

Episode 5: Why do adults and children self-harm? – with Emily Gajewski

3/14/2019
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Emily Gajewski is our self-harm expert - she has worked for over 24 years as a therapist, both within the NHS and privately, helping people move on from even the most severe emotional difficulties, and she has a wealth of experience at helping people move on from self-harm. Most recently Emily was employed as a Lead Occupational Therapist in Sussex where she developed a number of mental health services, working with a wide range of emotional difficulties including psychosis and self-harm....

Duration:02:23:00

Episode 4: How can we improve children's behaviour? – with Miriam Chachamu

2/27/2019
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Miriam is a family psychotherapist and a human givens practitioner, with many years experience. She has helped numerous children, families and professionals understand and overcome behavioural and mental health problems, and now provides workshops and courses to parents who wish to help their children and adolescents become their best. This podcast includes tips and techniques for achieving good mental wellbeing and family relationships plus how to help children who have a low self-esteem or...

Duration:02:46:29

Episode 3: Why antidepressants need to be understood – with Marion Brown

2/13/2019
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Marion Brown was a human givens psychotherapist in private practice for 7 years and through her work, became very concerned about the many difficult experiences she could see people were having with antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications and sedatives taken as prescribed - often with difficult side effects and withdrawal problems. Marion now shares what she has learnt, to help therapists and people struggling with those complex issues - and she works tirelessly to increase awareness of...

Duration:02:52:16

Episode 2: Why every childhood is worth fighting for – with Chris Dyas

2/5/2019
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We were honoured that Chris Dyas, Children’s Social Worker of the Year (2018), kindly took time out of his busy workload to join us for our second podcast: 'Why every childhood is worth fighting for'. One of the first people to take the Human Givens Diploma, Chris uses the approach in his work for the NSPCC, where he supports children who have been sexually abused. On his lively podcast he talks about the success of his HG-inspired 'Single Opportunity Counselling' training, which is rapidly...

Duration:02:05:14

Episode 1: Why self-care isn’t selfish – with Lee Pycroft

1/22/2019
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We are delighted to have Lee Pycroft as our first expert. Lee is a very highly regarded makeup artist and a human givens therapist. During the podcast, Lee talks to Julia Welstead about the importance of self-care, self-esteem and emotional wellbeing and the things she has done to help her clients achieve this. ========= Welcome to the human givens ‘Ask The Expert’ podcast series! Our new podcasts give you the opportunity to hear human givens professionals discuss mental health and emotional...

Duration:00:48:45