Science & Medicine
For Rose Bretecher, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder has never left her handwashing or ordering things, instead she has been overwhelmed by distressing sexual thoughts, ranging from child abuse to sexuality and explicit mental images. Rose tells her story and chats to Dr Claire Gillan, an MQ-funded researcher, about the science behind this condition, how we can transform treatments and what it really means to be 'a little bit OCD'.
Dr Alexandra Pitman and Identifying Loneliness
Gemma Styles and the Importance of Doing Good
MQ Open Mind is back!
Ep 12: Tackling the rise in self-harm among young people
Ep 11: Can science tell us who's most likely to develop depression?
Ep 10: Social media and mental health: The facts behind the headlines
Ep 9: Young people's mental health: What's school got to do with it?
Ep 8: How can we work together to prevent suicide?
Ep 7: Why are women twice as likely to develop anxiety?
Ep 6: How does PTSD affect firefighters? And what can we do to stop it?
Ep 5: Can magic mushrooms treat depression?
Ep 3: The reality of life with social anxiety and the app that could help
Ep 2: Could an algorithm end the trial-and-error approach to mental health treatment?
Ep 1: Could problems with our immune system cause depression?
Letters to my kids: A suicide survivor’s lessons and advice for life
Mental Health Insights
The Center for Suicide Awareness’s Podcast
Speaking of Suicide
The Suicide Prevention Movement
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