Knowing Our Own Minds

The report of a major survey looking at how people in emotional distress take control of their lives. Service users led the initiative and over 400 people completed detailed questionnaires designed to explore what helps them cope as individuals. Based on the central belief that we are all the primary experts in our own mental health, the report uses people's own words to describe their experiences of medical treatments, alternative and complementary therapies, religious and spiritual beliefs and personal coping strategies.

This report is now out of print