Vol. 118 No. 2

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INVISIBLE ENGLAND: HOLDING THERAPY IN THE UK Anya Chaika
Holding Therapy is a dangerous and unscientific treatment applied to psychologically disturbed children in order to achieve compliance. It was first developed in the USA, but–as has recently come to light–it has also been practiced in the UK, and under the NHS. In fact, it has become an international problem. Abstract by Tom Rubens. 

DILEMMAS FOR MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTIONS WITH CIVILIANS AFFECTED BY ARMED CONFLICT Hanna Kienzler
International organisations who address mental-health problems produced by war and post-war situations should be aware of how the local people directly involved in the situations view those health problems. Abstract by Tom Rubens. 

THE NEED TO OFFEND Nick Cohen
Freedom of speech and the challenging of censorship should always operate in matters relating to the public good. This is especially so in connection with challenging corporate power and religion-based dogmatism. Abstract by Tom Rubens. 

VIEWPOINTS Jennifer R. Jeynes, Nigel Sinnott

WHAT PRICE DAWKINS FOR POPE? Barbara Smoker

RELIGIOUS ORGANISATIONS’ ROLE IN SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS Marge Berer

ETHICAL SOCIETY EVENTS

 

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