We tend to think about troubling questions about ‘being mad’, ‘being white’, and ‘being black’ separately rather than in association with each other.
I’ve just finished reading a deservedly hyped novel: My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell.
Recently I read the novel ‘Poppy Shakespeare’, in which the lead character was admitted against her will to a day hospital in London and found herself in a Catch-22 situation.
As the pandemic continues, our Winter issue opens with a mental health nurse’s reflection on its detrimental impact on his capacity to offer genuine support to service users. Read more
Raza Griffiths reflects on racism in mental health services.