Too often, older people are neglected in psychosis studies, meaning they’re left without effective help. Researcher Jean Stafford is addressing this, with her work looking at the factors which puts someone at risk of psychosis when they're older.
Jacob's own experience of depression and psychosis has left him wondering - how and why does mental illness develop?
Our five new 2017 MQ Fellows are transforming mental health through research.
Blogger Alice Mowse describes her battle with depersonalisation and psychosis – and where she thinks researchers should focus their efforts.
We speak to psychiatrist and researcher, David Osborn, to find out about the challenges in mental health today and how we can overcome them.
How common is it for children to hear voices - and what does it mean if they do? Professor Mary Cannon answers our questions.
We discuss childhood psychosis with Helen Fisher, one of our research fellows.