Vaughan Bell is a British clinical psychologist, currently at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust specialising in psychological interventions for psychotic outpatients and in training other professionals to deal with such patients.
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Amphetamines have had a relatively short, though chequered history. From their use in wartime, their abuse by the beat generation, up to the popularity of Ecstasy in the late 20th century, many have found amphetamines an enjoyable, though unpredictable, stimulant. More than that though, amphetamine-based treatments have been found to have beneficia...
Author of one of my favourite science books of all time: 'Speed, Ecstasy, Ritalin: The Science of Amphetamines' Thanks for the ride Prof Iversen – source
Vaughan BellAug 01, 2020
@clinpsychris On Being a Therapist by Jeffrey Kottler I think I've pressed more copies of this book into people's hands than any other. – source
Vaughan BellFeb 27, 2020
"I'm a Joke and So Are You" by @robinince is one of the most original, insightful and interesting psychology books I have ever read – source
Vaughan BellAug 19, 2019
This is a beautifully written, deeply observed book about life, encounters with psychiatry, and living with psychosis 'The Collected Schizophrenias' by @esmewang – source
Vaughan BellApr 19, 2019
Delusions, in their many different manifestations, are central to the concepts of madness and psychosis. Yet what causes them remains in many ways a complete mystery. McKenna's Delusions is the first comprehensive attempt to tackle one of the most arresting phenomena in psychiatry: an in-depth and critical review of what delusions are, the forms th...
Currently reading and enjoying Peter McKenna's academic book on delusions Good general summary of science of delusions with plenty of insightful points – source
Vaughan BellAug 06, 2018