The authors guide the reader through their approach to emotional health and education, clearly explaining a body of psychological knowledge gained through decades of research into neurophysiology, psychology and behaviour.
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Joe Griffin is a social psychologist with graduate and post-graduate degrees from the LSE. His extensive research has increased our knowledge and understanding and has brought us the first comprehensive, scientifically consistent theory of why we evolved to dream. This proved of great practical benefit for alleviating and understanding mental and emotional distress. Ivan Tyrrell has equally rich experience and knowledge in the field of psychotherapy and psychology. Together they have written numerous best-selling books, including: Dreaming Reality, How to lift depression ... fast, Freedom from addiction and others in the Essential Help in Troubled Times series, which were also well received and prove continuous best-sellers.Review:
"A quiet revolution" New Scientist "Harnessed between these pages are scientific insights and practical techniques of sufficient power to completely revolutionise our approach to parenting, teaching and the caring professions. I wholeheartedly recommend Human Givens to any individual with a burning interest in how life works and can be helped to work better" Dr Nick Baylis, Lecturer in Positive Psychology, Cambridge University "A wonderfully fresh and stimulating view of dreaming, evolution, and human functioning. Human Givens also provides both an encompassing model and practical, specific applications to enhance the effectiveness of psychotherapy. It will deepen and widen every reader's perspective." Arthur J Deikman, MD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of California. "In Human Givens Griffin and Tyrrell offer innovative perspectives on promoting effective living. They have synthesised brain and social research in such a way that they provide new templates for understanding how to unlock the best in human nature" Dr Jeffrey K. Zeig, Director of the Milton H Erickson Foundation
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