In my latest book, A Higher Level of Goodness: Lessons from the Drug Lady I hone in on a few special ingredients that can lay the groundwork.
Bodies that Birth puts birthing bodies at the centre of questions about contemporary birth politics, power, and agency.
The sexual lives of people with disabilities are rarely discussed. It is as if, because someone has a biological or psychological impairment, they do not exist as a sexual being.
This important new book redefines what ‘successful’ ageing means, challenging the idea that physical health is the only criteria to gauge the ageing process.
Ride lays bare the harrowing beginnings and the tough life lessons learned by Scottish superstar John Buultjens on his rise to BMX Glory, Against All the Odds.
The second book in the series, Critical Approaches to Health, is just out.
Here’s a new book, which to date, is the most comprehensive evidence-based self-help book on depression.
Dr Steve Taylor, a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Leeds Beckett, spent 10 years researching the state of enlightenment, which he calls “wakefulness”.
Some of you may be interested in Dr Bruce Cohen’s, new book which is out this month — Psychiatric Hegemony: A Marxist Theory of Mental Illness. The text has been endorsed by Derek Summerfield, Frank Furedi and Howard Waitzkin. Here’s the blurb and further details: This book offers a comprehensive Marxist critique of the business of mental health,…