CBT interventions for schoolchildren - how cost-effective and therapeutic are they?24 October 2019
Pupils in South London schools are being taught to use cognitive and behavioural techniques when they suffer with low moods and anxiety. CUES-Ed is a psycho-education project designed to bolster emotional wellbeing and resilience in primary school children. How effective is it? Darren Devine reports.
Navigating Bipolar Disorder has made my marriage stronger - but having my boundaries respected is invaluable23 October 2019
The diagnostic process of Bipolar Disorder: a patient’s perspective15 October 2019
From being dismissed by mental health services to receiving an inaccurate diagnosis, the quest for treatment is often riddled with hurdles. Ann-Marie D'Arcy Sharpe, who lives with Bipolar Disorder, tells Mental Health Knowledge how her difficulties in accessing professional support can inform practice.
I display symptoms that can be scary, bizarre, or unpalatable: why I felt excluded from WMHD10 October 2019
Few managed to avoid the social media frenzy that ensued on World Mental Health Day (10th October). But there are lots of us who felt excluded from the World Mental Health Day narrative: be it for reasons such as cultural or religious attitudes, being multiply marginalised, or having no support system to turn to when instructed to talk to someone. The “just talk” narrative seems deceptively accessible.