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Tanya Frank on ‘Zig-Zag Boy: Madness, Motherhood and Letting Go: My...

Author Tanya Frank discusses her book 'Zig-Zag Boy: Madness, Motherhood and Letting Go', which chronicles the experiences of her son Zach who experienced psychosis as a 19-year-old.

Love for my Mad Self

Note: I have used the word 'psychosis' in this blog. While this has medical implications and does not capture the experience of everyone with...

Philosophy & Madness: A Discussion with Wouter Kusters on his new...

It was as if all my knowledge about, and philosophical encircling around, the heart of madness suddenly broke a limit, gravitated to a central core, and then exploded into freeing fragments radiating outwards towards an infinity of madness, which was both abysmal as well as ecstatic at the same time.

Call for participants: Research Study on Method of Levels (MOL) Therapy...

You are being invited to take part in a research study to explore what people experiencing symptoms of psychosis whilst living in the community think of Method of Levels as an online psychological therapy. 

Antidepressants Are Great, Until You Have an Adverse Drug Reaction

I ended up admitted to a psychiatric hospital without being involved in that decision. At a time of stress and vulnerability I expected genuine support. Instead I had the police on my doorstep and I was locked into a building for three weeks. Forced hospitalisation was a serious trauma and I continue to suffer post-traumatic stress over a decade later.