Was mental health care in the past as barbaric as we might think? John McGowan finds out about some innovators of the Victorian era. What do we think of mental health treatments […]
Maddog and Anne Cooke One of the things we’re proud of on the Clinical Psychology Doctorate here at Salomons is our teaching unit on service user and carer perspectives. One […]
Those who advocate psychological therapies are good at being critical. Especially when it comes to medicine. But, argue Huw Green and Leigh Emery psychology-types may need to be a bit more sceptical […]
As those who check in regularly with this blog know we do occasionally manage a bit of culture (films and books), when it’s related to psychology and mental health. It’s a […]
The Big Alfie and Annie Rose Storybook ambushed me the other day. It was sitting in the window of a charity shop while I was on my way somewhere. Sentimentality […]
‘I’m so glad’, says our head of Salomons Centre Prof Margie Callanan, ‘that I am reading something a little edifying when you ask this’. Clearly, it’s a relief to seem […]
The first of an occasional series where we ask departmental staff to give a shout out on what they’ve been reading recently.