Understanding the image – collective trauma, and the psychological impact of racism
How can we understand racism from a psychological point of view? And what is the mental health impact of discrimination for Black people living in the UK? To answer these questions, Mental Health Today spoke to psychologist Dr C. Jama Adams, and Victoria Cabral from Lambeth based mental health organisation Black Thrive.
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Senior psychiatrist calls on the Government for urgent investment in cash-strapped frontline services
Writing exclusively for Mental Health Today Dr Kate Lovett, Dean and chief academic officer of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, says that a more robust mental health frontline service is required to increase access to therapy, and to meet the challenges posed by Covid-19 and its interrelated crises.