The real science of wellbeing - an inspirational talk about the human givens approach you can listen to now
In a gripping online video, Joe Griffin, Director of Studies at MindFields College, sets out the science-derived truths that underpin the human givens approach to psychotherapy, education and society at large. You can watch his talk here: http://www.mindfields.org.uk/blog/?p=185.
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The video lasts 30 minutes and is of Joe’s spirited opening address to students attending the two-week residential section of the Human Givens Diploma. It is introduced by Ivan Tyrrell, Principal of MindFields College, and makes an ideal refresher for College graduates and a powerful primer for anyone who wants to know more about the real science of wellbeing.
And for those who just want to listen, you can hear the audio alone on: http://www.hgiforum.org/HG_Dip_intro.html
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