Table Of Contents: Volume 7 Issue 2
Paul Brewer, one of the founder members of Sound Minds, describes a week in the run‐up to Christmans.
During a consultation with Black and minority ethnic communities in 2002, some 300 people shared their ideas and experiences about how Black and minority ethnic people…
There is no substitute for listening carefully to the story of a person who has experienced mental distress. Here is how Robin Acton tells it.
Peter Relton is employed as a service user development worker in the Bradford Home Treatment Team. His job is to challenge and develop the team ‐ to bring his insights and…
Hazel Schofield explains how the Supported Needs Project at Kensington & Chelsea Volunteer Bureau is challenging traditional perceptions of voluntary work.
With strong evidence to show that most of us feel mentally better if we take exercise, there's clearly a positive relationship between physical activity and mental health…
In this issue, we profile two agencies which help individuals with mental health problems participate in the wider community and build relationships with people who do not…