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An interview with Senior Dramatherapist Kate McCormack, who posed with her therapy dog Tess, for our exhibition 'House of Bread: Inside Bethlem Hospital'
Cornelia Parker reflects on the Bethlem Museum of the Mind artwork that has inspired her as part of a new digital series in partnership with the Royal Academy and The Space.
The credibility of a certain infamous quote is called into question...
This month one of our collection volunteers looks at the life of English pianist and composer, John Ogdon, in "Piano Man: A Life of John Ogdon" by Charles Beauc
Read about how perceptions and expectations of gender have changed.
This month's Biography & Psychology looks ath the life of Henry Maudsley.
Read more about the work of clinical assisstant, W.H.R. Rivers during his time at Bethlem in the 19th century.
Learn more about the history W.H.R. Rivers, doctoer to famous war poet Siegfried Sassoon.
Read the next in our series looking at biography and psychology.
Daniel Hack Tuke was a major figure at Bethlem in the late nineteenth century, and well-known within the field of psychiatry. Today he is often over-looked, per
Hear about Walter Abraham Haigh's battle with delusional insanity.