Women and girls detained under the Mental Health Act are taking their lives at “appalling” rates, according to a report from Agenda, the alliance for women and girls at risk.
Intentional Peer Support is a way of thinking about and inviting transformative relationships.
More than 100 artists raise mental health awareness through art & activism.
Women’s experiences have to be understood in the context of a social world where we are still far from achieving equality for women.
The Women’s Mental Health Network (WMHN) is the latest project from Wish, a women’s mental health charity.
New blog posting by Emily Cutler on the Radical abolitionist web site.
This Mad in America blog by Nev Jones and Emily Cutler makes two points. First, it suggests that judgements of the so-called ‘angry consumer’ ‘deeply reinforce divisions (and divisiveness) within mental health policy and services, and even the very emotions they seek to avoid or circumvent.
Dilemmas and decisions about medication are central to the lives of people with experience of mental health issues.