Raising Our Voices - an account of the Hearing Voices movement by Adam James, former winner of MIND Journalist of the Year.Available only from psychminded - for just £5 (+postage and packing)
April 5, 2013: A proven alternative to the medical model in mental health care? Psychminded publishes chapter of a new book,in which Fiona Venner, left, and Michelle Noad detail the philosophy and success of Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service
April 17: Inquiry to investigate how schizophrenia 'label' is dehumanising - initiative is alternative to "medical" Schizophrenia Commission, says Dr Suman Fernando
April 6: CBT not anti-psychotics should be first-line treatment for people at risk of psychosis, urge researchers - study also finds just 8% of people judged to be ?at high risk? of developing psychosis went on to be diagnosed with the condition.
Oct 18: Landmark Broadmoor patient loses appeal to be released from detention - Albert Haines, who refuses to have psychiatric treatment, should not be discharged from his mental health section, tribunal panel decides
Oct 14: 'Scrap NHS reforms' psychiatrists tell government - just one in 10 psychiatrists think planned NHS reforms will lead to better patient care - and eight in ten want plans ditched entirely.
EXCLUSIVE July 11: Man who "threatened" NHS psychological therapist wins £5k in out-of-court libel settlement - charity worker saiddecision shows that mental health professionals who make defamatory accusations against patients or their relatives in written correspondence are ?not above the law?. By Adam James.
June 23: Psychiatrists are the least effective of mental health professionals, says consultant psychologist - Dr Henck van Bilsen, left, makes stinging criticism of psychiatry.
April 6, 2011: Psychiatrists should ?pay attention? to criticisms from people who have experienced psychosis - Prof Tim Kendall (left) urges change after experiences of people who hear, or have heard voices, are documented online
EXCLUSIVE March 2, 2011: I can't have schizophrenia - I'm a psychology student!Emma Harding became psychotic while studying for a degree in psychology. Now recovered she is a clinical psychologist for the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, and works with people with psychosis.
Feb 16: Crisis of masculinity? Time for psychologists to study men- Martin Seager explains why in a society where almost all prisoners are men psychologists should focus more on male psychology.
Comment: March 15: Compulsory ECT is wrong-Psychiatry has a history of using damaging interventions, so it's time to end the magical faith in electroconvulsive therapy, argues psychiatrist Pat Bracken.
Jan 22: Her own way - Judi Chamberlin's book On Our Own was held up as a rallying cry for the mental health service-user movement when it was published in 1977. Louise Pembroke remembers the American activist who died on January 16.