Mental Health and Social Inclusion: Volume 24 Issue 1


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Research watch: what really helps recovery in relation to severe mental health difficulties?

Sue Holttum

The purpose of this paper is to examine three recent papers on mental health services and how they support recovery following a diagnosis of a severe mental health condition.

Maddi Faith in conversation with Jerome Carson

Maddi Faith, Jerome Carson

The purpose of this paper is to provide a profile of Maddi Faith.

Surviving sixth form: a story of mental health in adolescence

Carys J. Morley

The purpose of this paper is to share experiences of attending sixth form with mental health difficulties and provide tips to young people for coping. Its aim is to…

Future studies, mental health and the question of citizenship

Phil Morgan, Tula Brannelly, Sarah Eales

The purpose of this paper is to examine the value of utilising future studies to explore citizenship for people with mental health challenges.

A peer mentoring initiative across medical residency programs

Marie Fournier, Leon Tourian

Several studies have shown benefits of peer mentoring on wellness among medical students and health care professionals. Peer mentorship has also been pointed as having…

Mental distress and “self-stigma” in the context of support provision: exploring attributions of self-stigma as sanism

Victoria Armstrong, Toby Brandon

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the findings from a detailed qualitative PhD study exploring experiences of stigma and discrimination in the lives of people in…

Social support, depressive symptoms, and online gaming network communication

Tyler Prochnow, Megan S. Patterson, Logan Hartnell

The increase of videogame use has raised concerns regarding mental health of gamers (e.g. social isolation, depression); however, online gaming may offer the benefit of…

Chronicles of one woman’s journey towards well-being: acceptance

Jo Mullen

The purpose of this paper is to share the experiences and reflections of one woman’s journey towards well-being.

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