‘Let’s make treatment for in-patients more culturally sensitive and meaningful’23 February 2022
This lived experience article describes a patient diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and details their personal experience within the various institutions of a psychiatric hospital, PICU, wards and rehabilitation units. The aim of their personal discussion is to encourage improvements to the UK mental health service.
Introducing The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Diary26 October 2021
How to support a loved one struggling with Trichotillomania or Dermatillomania04 October 2021
Mental Health First Aid: how you can support someone in crisis09 September 2021
Covid-19 may be uncovering old traumas – how can we deal with these emotions?19 October 2020
Kate Graham, a psychotherapist and spokesperson for the UK Council for Psychotherapy, writes that for many the current health crisis has triggered and reinvigorated psychological trauma. She shares her thoughts and expertise on how to identify these feelings, how to assist yourself, and the importance of seeking professional help.