A new analysis of mental health data in the UK finds that clinicians rarely use ICD codes related to social determinants.
Researchers examine the benefits and drawbacks of the move toward professionalizing lived experience work in mental health settings.
A new set of guidelines were developed to inform supervisors of peer support workers in mental health services.
The CHR-P model focuses on “attenuated psychosis” to predict “transition” to schizophrenia and ignores other factors. But new research shows that the model is a poor predictor.
Evolutionary theorists suggest that antidepressants interfere with the adaptive function of depression and propose a test of this theory.
Researchers find evidence that reading literary fiction can lead to improved abilities to imagine the psychological lives of others.
Research in India and Zambia exposes individualistic approaches to mental health and highlights the power of relational conceptions.
Qualitative accounts of voice hearing adolescents reveal a wide range of experiences with both comforting and distressing voices.
Researchers from Poland detail a thorough critique of current medical model approaches to mental health and propose a shift to humane care.
New research in Ghana illustrates how rights based mental health goes beyond access to treatment to improve access to work and inclusion.
A researcher and service user Stevie Lewis recounts her own experience with antidepressant withdrawal and what she wishes her doctors knew.
A new article in Psychological Medicine argues that American psychiatry has ultimately failed those it is meant to serve.
Young people in US counties with higher concentrations of poverty are at greater risk for suicide, particularly by firearms.
Countries are failing to protect and promote the human rights of people with psychosocial disabilities per the CRPD and international law.
Some patients received more than 100 excess screening questionnaires when they saw their doctor, the researchers report.
Researchers at an inter-tribal clinic examine how postcolonial inequities influence Native health and call for decolonizing health care.
Digital Technologies Flatten Lived Experience of Psychosis and Collude with Neoliberal Medicalization
Researchers critically examined the use of digital self-monitoring tools in first-episode psychosis clinics.
New research examines how heterosexism affects personality development and subsequent responses to sexual minority stress.
The pandemic has provided an opportunity to develop culturally sensitive global mental health reforms.