Moral injury – using ACT to tolerate the memory of our emotions24 February 2021
Therapist Michael O'Sullivan writes we routinely get caught between in the dilemmas of the heart and the head. In the case of moral injury, there is often a conflict between the two that can cause long-term emotional distress. Alleviating this distress is possible if we learn to tolerate the past and move forwards.
The ‘mental health pandemic’ and its relationship with money17 February 2021
Knowing yourself as an LGBT+ asylum seeker16 February 2021
The purpose of art16 February 2021
Mental Health Knowledge preview: The return of psychiatric neurosurgery10 February 2021
Some medical professionals are vocalising their enthusiasm for a revival of neurosurgical psychiatric techniques. But in light of the well known ugly history of neurosurgery and mental health, how could the unique ethical issues surrounding researching and using this form of treatment be alleviated?