The Weirdest Things Therapists Have Made Us Do for Our Mental Health

“I had to paint my cheeks bright red and walk around Sainsbury’s.”


The Slow-Burning Therapeutic Power of Paramore’s ‘After Laughter’

How I've been helped by the duality of this record, and come to relate to the woman responsible for it.


Why We Can’t Ignore the Rise of Mental Health Problems Among Students

The number of students taking their own lives in England and Wales rose by 50 percent between 2007 and 2011. It's clear that something needs to change.


How Benefit Sanctions Have Driven Brits to Suicide

Research has proven that welfare cuts are tipping deeply vulnerable individuals – in need of support, not punishment – over the edge.


Meeting the Man Who Cared for Survivors of the Anders Breivik Attacks

PTSD specialist Professor Lars Weisæth took survivors and their families back to Utøya.


Lady Gaga Is Offering Her Fans Free Counselling

Which is either a great idea or a horribly insensitive gimmick.