New peer reviewed research recommends Human Givens therapy be fully included in NICE guidelines
We are very excited to announce that the journal Mental Health Review has in press two peer reviewed academic papers showing the effectiveness of the human givens approach; one involving the treatment of mild to moderate depression and the other to the therapeutic value of the HG Emotional Needs Audit (ENA) tool.
Anyone who has used the human givens approach over the last decade years will know what a big difference this research could make to organisations and individuals wishing to pitch for funding for HG or further develop the approach to help their clients and service users.
The full papers will be available after publication but in the mean time we would like to share the abstract, conclusions and recommendations of the main paper on therapy for depression which can be viewed on our research page.
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