Wild horses inside: Anxiety and Freedom from a psychoanalytic perspective
The mental health and sense of self of young girls is being eroded by sexual harassment
EMDR: the “hyperspace” of processing traumatic memories
Changing the narrative: how gaming can be used for good in mental health
The mental health pay gap: is it a thing, like the gender pay gap?
Turning Point offers innovative new service to those with personality disorders
The power of language: re-thinking mental illness de-stigmatisation
You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
For the music industry to recover, the mental health of musicians needs to be prioritised
Can animals teach us how to better treat people with complex mental disorders?
Rules for living - what is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
It’s becoming apparent that we are facing a dual mental health crisis
Julie Bass, chief executive of health and social care organisation Turning Point, writes that the mental health crisis that has arisen from the pandemic is multifaceted. As well as increased instances of anxiety and depression created by isolation and social uncertainty, mental health professionals will also have to overcome the unique challenges posed by the psychological and physiological symptoms of long-Covid.