bitesizedpsych asked: Some will find the subject matter to be too negative, but they can avoid it - heavy material like that is inevitable in psychology and mustn't be ignored, and the benefits of disseminating an issue which can act as outreach to victims and their families at a personal level is too great to pass this up, just look at how forthcoming your followers have been already.
I think you make a good point. Of course I will be using trigger warnings in the index again, so people can choose to skip any articles which they feel might negatively affect them, or choose to save them for if/when they feel more capable of broaching that particular subject matter.
I have engaged the support of a contact who works within the mental health profession in a care capacity, and has personal experience of mental health issues. They will be writing something for issue #3. If anyone else involved in mental health care professionally would like to contribute I would definitely love to hear from you!