Mental Health Today 2015
People are more open about their mental health issues than ever before, yet many still hide their own struggles – including mental health professionals. But everyone should open up and accept mental illness as part of everyday life in order to break down the stigma and provide effective support, writes Dr Pooky Knightsmith in Mental Health Today. [23-Nov-2015]
Little research has been carried out into the relationship between mothers with eating disorders and their role when it comes to feeding the rest of the family. Kate Kalinowski provides an overview of her findings from a year‑long study into the issue. Article from Mental Health Today. [07-Sep-2015]
Mental Health Today book review column. This month : 'Mental Health Service Users in Research: Critical sociological perspectives' edited by Patsy Staddon and published by Policy Press; and 'The Man Who Couldn’t Stop: OCD and the true story of a life lost in thought' by David Adam, published by Picador. [03-Aug-2015]
Mental Health Today article reviewing 'Madness Contested: Power and practice', edited by Steven Coles, Sarah Keenan and Bob Diamond and published by PCCS Books; and 'Learning Supportive Psychotherapy' by Arnold Winston, Richard N Rosenthal and Henry Pinkser, and published by American Psychiatric Publishing. [28-May-2015]
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