Mental health

What does it mean to be called a ‘monster’? Inside the UK’s leading psychotherapy clinic

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What does it mean to be called a ‘monster’? Inside the UK’s leading psychotherapy clinic

by Moya Sarner

Our writer talks to the clinicians treating some of society’s most violent individuals and finds that, often, the line between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ is not so clear cut.
A tornado of emotions: The impact of self-harm

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A tornado of emotions: The impact of self-harm

by Sian Bradley

Our writer reveals what it’s really like to self-harm and how to help those who may be suffering.
Was the rise in antidepressant prescriptions really fuelled by Brexit?

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Was the rise in antidepressant prescriptions really fuelled by Brexit?

by Simon Doherty

After the referendum, the volume of antidepressants prescribed increased by 13.4 per cent.
Face masks, green powder and trendy water bottles: What is self-care, anyway?

Health

Face masks, green powder and trendy water bottles: What is self-care, anyway?

by Oenone Forbat

This National Self-Care Week, a fitness influencer talks us through what the wellness trend means to her, and how we can all get on board.
Let’s Talk on World Mental Health Day

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Let’s Talk on World Mental Health Day

by Sophie de Rosée

The first step to overcoming mental illness is also one of the most difficult – vocalising it.
Political rage should be treated like PTSD

Politics

Political rage should be treated like PTSD

by Alex Evans

Social media now looms over our collective nervous system, amplifying our sense of threat and anxiety.