It’s time to resist calls for more mental-health interventions in education.
Why do we assume students are vulnerable? The vast majority aren’t.
The idea that the mentally ill are likely to be violent comes from the government far more than from stores selling fancy dress.
Branding one's political opponents as 'phobic' is a sly and illiberal tactic.
Must-reads from the past week
So, is mental distress caused by faulty genes or by past experiences of childhood abuse? Maybe it’s neither.
Officials obsessively focus on helping young people cope with unemployment, rather than overcome it.
GlaxoSmithKline may have deserved its $3 billion fine, but it doesn’t deserve the blame for therapy culture.
The Times/Twittermob hounding of Carr is based on a dodgy belief that bad behaviour caused the recession.
New guidelines suggesting bosses watch out for mental-health problems end up medicalising normal emotions.