Join us in Recognising Stress and Mental Illness
During May 2018, we are acknowledging the importance of mental health awareness in correlation with the below events.
- Mental Health Awareness Week (14th-20th May), led by the Mental Health Foundation
- Mental Health Month, which has been observed by Mental Health America since 1949
In light of these initiatives, we have brought together a selection of multidisciplinary books and journals which examine the issues surrounding mental health.
#MHAW18 | #PalgraveMHA18
Explore the latest research in mental health - access free chapters from selected titles until Sunday 10th June.
Our authors share their perspectives in these exclusive blogs.
To help raise awareness for mental health, Palgrave Journals brings together a selection of recent articles which cover a number of relevant topics.
These articles are free to read until Sunday 10th June 2018.
Social Theory & Health
Contemporary public perceptions of psychiatry: some problems for mental health professions
Therapeutic governmentality and biopower in a Canadian mental health court
Journal of Public Health Policy
Healing invisible wounds and rebuilding livelihoods: Emerging lessons for combining livelihood and psychosocial support in fragile and conflict-affected settings
Racism, Migration, and Mental Health. Theoretical Reflections from Belgium
Other Journals of Interest
Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society (PCS) is an international journal of clinical and academic relevance exploring the intersection between psychoanalysis and the social world.
The journal is of primary interest to psychoanalytically informed scholars in the social and political sciences, media, cultural and literary studies, and to clinicians and practitioners concerned to explore the relationship between the social and the psychic.
The American Journal of Psychoanalysis (AJP) features a broad range of contemporary theoretical, clinical, professional and cultural concepts of psychoanalysis and presents related investigations in allied fields.
It is a fully peer-reviewed journal, which welcomes psychoanalytic papers from all schools of thought that address the interests and concerns of scholars and practitioners of psychoanalysis and contribute meaningfully to the understanding of human experience.