In case you missed it or would like to tune in again in this episode Jimmy Petruzzi interviews, Peter Kinderman, Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool, 94.4FM Salford City Radio Friday sports show,

 

In case you missed it or would like to tune in again in this episode Jimmy Petruzzi interviews, Peter Kinderman, Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool, 94.4FM Salford City Radio Friday sports show, (with the launch of a brand new segment speaking to some of the world’s most influential professionals in the field of psychology,) in this episode Jimmy Petruzzi interviews, Peter Kinderman, Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Liverpool, former President of the British Psychological Society, and author of ‘A Manifesto for Mental Health’, argues for radical change in how we think about mental health. In this interview Professor Kinderman, discusses how we are being harmed by our current pathologizing, bio-medical, approach and that we need wholesale change, not only in how we understand mental health problems but also in how we design and commission mental health services. In this interview Peter explains Instead of thinking about diagnosing and treating ‘abnormality’, Peter argues we should replace ‘diagnoses’ with straightforward descriptions of our problems, and shift away from the use of medication towards psychological and social solutions In case you missed it or would like to tune in again

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