Rufus May tries talking talking respectfully to our demons A woman I know hears voices. She approached me for help because she was finding one of them very distressing. Angry […]
John Richardson and Anne Cooke on how we think about psychosis and schizophrenia. Many people hear voices, believe things that others find strange, or sometimes appear out of touch […]
John McGowan talks to six clinical psychology trainees just about to qualify Every September we say goodbye to a qualifying cohort of our clinical psychology trainees. They’ve been with […]
Angela Gilchrist on the launch of ‘Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia’ , a new report from the British Psychological Society.
Continuing our recent reflections on how things in mental health have changed Richard Hallam and Michael Bender take the long view of schizophrenia.
Professor John Read, back in the UK after a long period away, is struck by some important changes in the way we view mental health problems.
For years, drugs were it. If you felt paranoid, heard voices or were diagnosed with schizophrenia, the only thing likely to be on offer was ‘antipsychotic’ medication. Like all drugs, […]