Can 'network theory' realise the promises of the bio-psycho-social model?13 November 2019
BPD diagnosis and what happens when care borders on disinterest13 November 2019
Blame; social distance; pessimism towards recovery: mental illness stigma and how it's shaped30 October 2019
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.
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.