"Although it should be the other way round, the patients look out for us"05 September 2019
'Nobody in hospital picked up on the fact that I am an addict and will keep coming back - why?'15 August 2019
Narcissism - mental health care approaches: a podcast interview14 August 2019
How grant-funding 'zine therapy' is reducing suicidality for two in three children08 August 2019
Children are admitted to CAMHS if they are considered at high risk of suicide or self-harm, but a programme in Liverpool has demonstrated how a particular form of art therapy rapidly reduced suicidal thoughts and accelerated discharges. The average cost of CAMHS admission is £61,000 and yet the community interest company Comics Youth CIC has saved almost 300 lives in four years at a cost of £375 per person.