Human Givens (HG) Therapy Outcomes                 www.hgi.co.uk/research

Human Givens Institute Practice Research Network

All HG practitioners are encouraged to work in an outcome-informed way, recording data at each session. This anonymous data is entered into a research network to build up data for further research and measure the therapists continued effectiveness. Results submitted by numerous therapists over the past five years show that an average of only 3.6 sessions or fewer are required for emotional well-being.

Publications:-

» A five year evaluation of the Human Givens therapy using a practice research network.

W.Andrews, A. Wislocki, F. Short, D. Chow, T. Minami

Mental Health Review Journal, Volume: 18 Issue: 3, 2013

Findings: this large study, involving thousands of cases in a wide variety of settings showed that clients treated using the HG approach experienced relief from psychological distress in an average of 3 sessions.

» Assessing the effectiveness of the Human Givens approach in treating depression: a quasi experimental study in primary care.

A. Tsaroucha, P. Kingston, T. Stewart, I. Walton, N. Corp.

Mental Health Review Journal, Volume: 17 Issue: 2, 2012

Findings; results reveal that emotional well-being significantly improved during the first four months following referral for both groups and this improvement was maintained up to and including one year post referal. HG therapy was found to be of shorter duration, lasting one or two sessions compared to standard treatment.

» Piloting a practice research network: a 12-month evaluation of the Human Givens approach in primary care at a general medical practice.

W. Andrews, E. Twigg, T. Minami, G.Johnson.

Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. (2011)

This robust study showed Human Givens therapy was very effective and very well accepted by the majority of clients. In an average of only 3.6 sessions clients did significantly better than the recovery rate published for the U.K. governments Improving Access to Psychological Therapies pilot site data.