Five years ago - when mental health wasn't 'hot' - I started a public diary of depression. It changed my life.
Psychiatry is in crisis. Is this a chance for therapy to claim moral superiority? Erm, no. Final part of a two-part story.
Psychiatry is in crisis. Is this a chance for therapy to claim moral superiority? Erm, no. Part 1 of a two-part story.
Why much of the mental health care system is not about care at all.
Hope is hard work. If Sanity has helped even one person find hope, that's good enough for me.
RSVP now to attend our next meet-up. Also, let's talk about climate change and mental health.
In 1972, a group of mental health advocates and patients in the UK came together with a radical plan: create a 'mental patients union'. Many of their central demands remain as relevant fifty years later.
"Depression in most people isn't caused by chemical imbalance, in my opinion. It is caused by the loss of autonomy."
Loneliness, financial insecurity, and marginalisation aggravate the risk of self-harm and suicide related to Covid, confirms a new paper from the Southeast Asian country. Are policymakers listening?
What do lived experts make of the big new study debunking the 'chemical imbalance' theory of depression?