Case Study of Liberation Approach to International Mental Health Care
Study in Brazil demonstrates how the exploration of contextual determinants of distress in mental health care can inform therapeutic change.
Racism Linked to Poor Health Outcomes in Children
New study finds children who have been exposed to discrimination show higher likelihood of anxiety, depression, and ADHD.
“Disparities and High Costs Fuel the Health Care Crisis”
For the Boston Globe, Jeffrey Sachs examines America’s health crisis and finds its roots in inequality. “At the core of the crisis of health...
“Psychotic Shooters on the Open Frontier of Profit”
At CounterPunch, Joseph Natoli connects Big Pharma, mass shootings, and rampant inequality. He writes: “The Brave New World soma strategy to deal with a population that, were they not doped up, might violently disrupt that brave new world, is useful if a society is ‘creatively destroying’ a growing number of its population each day. While the poor have daily evidence of their poverty, a collapsing middle class live in the illusion that they are middle class and just a short distance, not from ruin, but from fame and fortune. They are, in short, heading for a catastrophic break-down. Big Pharma is already set to give us all a ‘soft landing.’”
“How Poverty Affects Children’s Brains”
New research is investigating how “poverty reduction promotes cognitive and brain development.”