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Critical comment and debate about psychiatry. Posts by Duncan Double.
Tony Roberts is passionate about transformational change in health and social care. He blogs on his website: Fostering Change.
An open forum for people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, panic attacks and other negative emotions, whether they are the result of life in general, childhood trauma or trauma suffered as an adult. Posts by Morrene Hauser.
This blog aims to be a no-nonsense resource for people interested in reading about lived experience of mental health issues in general and psychosis in particular.
David Mordecai is interested in madness and mental health, psychiatry from the “patient perspective”, social justice, anti-oppression, privilege, and leadership.
Mental health politics and other musings.
Blog by Wren. Consists of writing focused on mental health services, survivor research, and pieces attempting to raise awareness of specific subjects, along with a personal blog, which is more of a diary for self-expression
Rachel draws, writes, researches & teaches on mental health, politics, and pets.
Find helpful guides and advice on the uberisation of mental health from surviving work.
Meaningful discussion on trauma to support lawyer’s mental wellbeing.
Tim Dreby is an award-winning author and licensed psychotherapist who works on an urban outpatient psychiatric unit.
Blog postings worth a read. . .
Featured blog post:
The future of mental health services: the organising challenge ahead by Elizabeth Cotton
“The Angry Consumer”: embracing difficult conversations – by Nev Jones and Emily Cutler
Victimhood as Expertise – by Flick Grey
The enemy between us: how inequality erodes our mental health – by Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson
How NHS mental health services destroyed my life – by Michelle Torez