A radical legal ideology nurtured our era of economic inequality

This below is a republished piece from Aeon, via Creative Commons. The reason I am posting it here is for my PhD research, in which I am studying the role of law in mandating certain legal practices in mental health and how the laws are promulgated to carry them out. This article traces a link … Continue reading A radical legal ideology nurtured our era of economic inequality

Why involving families is important for the work I do

In the light of my recent counseling experiences I think it is in order to quickly share via a short post the meaning of the title of this post and why it becomes the spine of the work I do. This picture below is just for representational purposes. Photo by Shifaaz shamoon on Unsplash Traumas that lead to … Continue reading Why involving families is important for the work I do

SSRIs, Akathisia and Suicide Risk

If you suffer from either of the following-  depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). you may be prescribed a drug called Paxil, an SSRI. All explanations follow. Paxil is one of a class of antidepressant drugs known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or SSRI’s.  These have become … Continue reading SSRIs, Akathisia and Suicide Risk