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Home movies of Sigmund Freud

httpvh:// The founding father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud is shown here in an edited collection of clips from the Freud family’s home movies. The narration is by his daughter Anna Freud, a psychonanalyst herself who along with Melanie Klein was … Continue reading

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An artist’s representation of their mental illness

Performance artist Bobby Baker kept a diary of drawings charting her struggles and eventual recovery from cancer and depression. The Guardian has a slideshow, with voiceover by Bobby Baker herself, showing some of the drawings. It’s well worth a look.

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New mental health legislation resources uploaded

Whilst we had updated our mental health legislation resources not so long ago with the opening of our NUMed campus there’s a clear need to have materials that match the needs of students in Malaysia as well as the UK. … Continue reading

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Schizophrenia among British African Caribbean groups

The Guardian today contains two [1; 2] articles which describe responses to an research examining the prevalence of schizophrenia in black and minority ethnic people in the UK. The response is because the original piece of research has had a … Continue reading

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