David Harper of the University of East London calls for moving beyond individual therapy. Read his essay in The Psychologist (British Psychological Society).
“Psychologists could start by going out more to where people conduct their everyday lives (e.g. where they live, study or work). We could encourage more ‘bottom-up’ rather than expert-driven ‘top-down’ approaches, like supporting the development of self-help and peer support groups. And we could seek to reduce income inequality.” Read more