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Bethlem Museum of the Mind are currently showing archival photographs from the time the Maudsley was used as a military hospital, treating psychological casualties of WWI.
An interview with Senior Dramatherapist Kate McCormack, who posed with her therapy dog Tess, for our exhibition 'House of Bread: Inside Bethlem Hospital'
With the discovery of an intriguing photo accompanying a Victorian patient's records, work placement student Niko considers its meaning.
For this final installation of "Bethlem's Boardroom," our volunteer focuses on the figure in the corner of the photo...
Continuing our look at the historic boardroom, our volunteer this time focuses on the shields that line the walls.
With the opening of the newly restored historic boardroom at the museum, one volunteer takes a deeper look at its contents and its past...
This series has looked at instances of providing doctors with visual evidence so important in determining patient progress.
Observable evidence was thought to be crucial in documenting changes and determining recovery so drawings and later photographs could be valuable tools. The cas
Hear the latest in our discussions about the portrait photographs of patients taken by Henry Hering in the 19th century.
Hear the results of our survey about photographs in the new museum.
This month we look at the gaze of the sitters in Henry Hering's series of photographs of patients at Bethlem.
Here we look at the impact of setting and props in the photographs of Henry Hering.