Sunday, September 15, 2019

BLOGS

Half Life

Having been flat mates for ten years, we had reached a point of comfort in our relationship. Leena was the rule-setter. We would each...

Male Suicide, Vulnerability & Grief: Book review of Anthology Eighty Four,...

84 men in the UK take their own lives every week. These numbers are similar all over the world. For instance, according to...

Mental Healthcare for Young Women in Indian Family Settings

This is the second part in a four part series by Vatsala Joshi that examines Mental Healthcare for Young Women in India....

Sitting on the fence, playing to the gallery of psychiatry: Clinical...

         Psychology first lost its soul, then its mind, it still has behaviour of a sort. -Woodworth

An Interview With Stephen Gillatt, the author of Mad, Sad, Dysfunctional...

Jhilmil Breckenridge of Mad in Asia Pacific spoke with Stephen Gillatt about the issues of mental health and men and how society...

Mental Healthcare for Young Women in Indian Metros

Photo by José Martín Ramírez C on Unsplash It is 7 p.m. on a weekday evening, and long...

Circle time: Creating sharing spaces in Malaysia

For long people with mental health conditions have been treated as fly on the walls of psychiatry driven mental health care support....

State of rights for people with psychosocial disability in Pakistan: Podcast...

In this new series of Podcasts, Mad in Asia Pacific Team is reaching out to activists across different countries to highlight the...

ARTWORK

The Public Prescription Series by Sonaksha Iyengar | (Part-II)

This is Part 2 of the Public Prescription Series, containing illustrations and typography by Sonaksha Iyengar, in which she looks at the advice that persons who exhibit emotional and/or mental distress are often subject to.

The Public Prescription Series by Sonaksha Iyengar | (Part I)

In the coming weeks, Mad in Asia Pacific will be running a Public Prescription series showcasing Sonaksha's important and timely work around highlighting the impact that people's unsolicited and uniformed advice can have on a person already having mental health issues.

VIDEOS

Making Inclusion a Reality: Interview Series (Part IV)

Moving away from the biomedical and institutionalisation model, persons with psychosocial disabilities everywhere have demonstrated that there are better alternatives to inclusion...

Making Inclusion a Reality: Interview Series (Part III)

Moving away from the biomedical and institutionalisation model, persons with psychosocial disabilities everywhere have demonstrated that there are better alternatives to inclusion...

Making Inclusion a Reality: Interview Series (Part II)

Moving away from the biomedical and institutionalisation model, persons with psychosocial disabilities everywhere have demonstrated that there are better alternatives to inclusion...

Making Inclusion a Reality: Interview Series (Part I)

Moving away from the biomedical and institutionalisation model, persons with psychosocial disabilities everywhere have demonstrated that there are better alternatives to inclusion of people...

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