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12th August 2019

We’ve been too patient: voices from radical mental health – new book.

Overly medicating minors, police brutality, electro-convulsive therapy, involuntary hospitalization--not to mention the traumas that lead to intense altered states and...
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12th August 2019

Video from CritSui3 Conference

Video presentations from the Critical Suicicology Conference in Perth in December 2018. VIEW here. 
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19th July 2019

In Conversation with Dolly Sen

In this episode of the One Small Thing podcast Edwina Grosvener talks to artist, mental health activist and all round...
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19th July 2019

Storytelling beyond the psychiatric gaze

Inviting people with lived experience to share their stories is now common practice in education, mental health, and broader community...
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19th July 2019

Disordering Social Inclusion

What new ethical quandaries are produced through the normalization of mental health service user inclusion as a best practice? (more…)
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19th July 2019

Social Workers and a New Mental Health Act

Parliamentarians and social workers are jointly calling on the Government and NHS Trusts to recognise the social factors of mental...
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19th July 2019

Trench Warfare in Mental Health

The battle between biomedical vs psychological understandings of mental health has continued for over a century. But, asks Tony Roberts,...
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19th May 2019

Anxiety and Me

Since Nadiya Hussain won Bake Off in 2015 she’s rarely been off our screens. But behind the scenes Nadiya suffers...
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19th May 2019

Psychosis and Me

David Harewood had a psychotic breakdown and was sectioned in his 20s. David traces his steps, meeting young people living...
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19th May 2019

A place of safety? Podcast

Many voices are not heard in British mental health care (and beyond), significant flaws are overlooked. If you are not satisfied...
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