Wednesday, December 11, 2019

BLOGS

Obvious: A Personal Essay on Living with Schizophrenia

Editor’s Note: When Manishka first sent in her essay, our first response was to reject it as it mostly looks at her...
man fighting with big hand

Responding to Workplace Mistreatment and Bullying

This piece has been written by Will Hall and was first published by Mad in America on October 31, 2019 and can...

Theatre of the Oppressed as a tool for Mental Health Advocacy

The theatre of the oppressed is a kind of theatre where the members of an audience participate onstage and take an active...

Many students in Pakistan continue to hide behind their mental health...

I sat by the window in an empty classroom on a cold winter morning. Outside, children arranged in lines for the morning assembly. I...

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

ARTWORK

Millennial-ing with Invisible Disabilities in a Neurotypical World: Is there no...

*Trigger Warning: Suicidal ideation, self-harm* When my best isn’t good enough,My love isn’t kind enough,My care isn’t...

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.

VIDEOS

Finding the Light Through Poetry

In 2015, I did an unusual thing — I signed up for an MA in Creative Writing. Middle aged women, especially Indian...

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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