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MDMA and it’s potential in unlocking the answer to trauma
‘No mental health system delivers excellent performance across the board’, finds the OECD
Senior mental health lead training to be implemented in schools and colleges
Naomi Osaka and the question of mental vs. physical health in sport
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St John Ambulance launches new workplace mental health first aid courses
Psychedelics can open new doors for us, but can we walk through them alone?
Psychedelics drugs have been set up as the new ‘wonder drug’ of mental health – promising ‘higher conscious’ revelations and revolutionary clinical practice. Writing for Mental Health Today, Dr Sara Tai elucidates what precisely psychedelic-assisted therapy means, as well as delving into the upcoming Clerkenwell clinical trial and how this trial could potentially change the face of therapy forever.