Helen (Asylum’s editor) recently introduced me to the term‘guerrilla merchandising’.
This is Really Happening: An Exchange on Life in Mental Health Services by Stephen McKenna Lawson & Anne E. Watmough
In this new series, two individuals – inspired by Asylum magazine but on ‘either side’ of the patient/professional divide – came together to exchange images (cartoons) and text (reflections) about what it feels like to experience mental health services.
Twenty years ago, on the 6th of August 2001 a gruesome tragedy shook India, and indeed the world.
Twenty years ago eight residents of a faith-based asylum in Erwadi, southern India, died in a horrific fire.
The Trieste model of mental health care is recognised by WHO as a world standard for community mental health services.
Heavy Metal Therapy is a peer-led support and community psychology project for people who find heavy or extreme music beneficial for their wellbeing.