Don’t Turn Away : Stories of Troubled Minds in Fractured Times – As Featured on BBC Woman’s Hour

As Featured on BBC Woman’s Hour’Deeply thoughtful and compassionate’ Susie Orbach, author of In Therapy’A book with the power to move and inform . . . [Campling] is an expert in “intelligent kindness”.’ Gwen Adshead, author of The Devil You Know’Fantastic new book from Penny Campling – 5 stars’ Dr Kate LovettOver the course of her 40-year career, psychiatrist and psychotherapist Penelope Campling has worked with patients from all walks of life, from survivors of abuse to ICU doctors struggling under the strain of Covid-19. She has seen many positive changes in how we approach mental health – and yet she is increasingly troubled by the state of our health services. Too often those suffering from serious mental illness are being neglected, locked away, even abused. In Don’t Turn Away Campling takes us into the therapy room, offering unique insight into how we treat those in distress. She shows us how the progress made in a more optimistic era of psychiatry is fast being eroded; how our struggling healthcare system often fails those who need our support; and how crucial it is in today’s uncertain world that we do not turn away. Candid, compassionate and, above all, hopeful, Don’t Turn Away is a story of troubled minds and how we try to heal them. ‘[An] insightful, important book . . . an exhibition of what could be possible and an invitation to act to deliver that vision.’ Kathryn Mannix, author of Listen