The panel try to make sense of mental health policy and politics This week Anne, Rachel and John are joined by two special guests to discuss the politics of mental health. What […]
In this show we look at how professionals working in mental health relate to their own experiences of distress. Can a worker’s own history of difficulties enrich their practice? Or […]
John McGowan asks if it’s OK for mental health professionals to give opinions on Donald Trump’s mental health? Someone asked me what I thought about Donald Trump the other day. I […]
Sue Holttum considers whether mental health professionals who have their own experience of mental distress feel silenced and whether we need them to be more open On 5th February […]
Jo Mueller investigates how parents could hold the key to tackling mental health stigma.
Continuing our recent reflections on how things in mental health have changed Richard Hallam and Michael Bender take the long view of schizophrenia.
The Time to Change campaign is the biggest mental health stigma busting campaign in the UK, receiving an estimated £21 million between 2007 and 2011. Given this level of investment I […]
I innocently posted an item on Twitter the other day about Marsha Linehan, one of the world’s best known clinical psychologists and the creator of Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). Linehan […]
Salomons Service User and Carer Coordinator, Laura Lea considers why admitting to mental health problems may be such a taboo for mental health professionals.