Penelope Campling

Penelope Campling is a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, and a fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. For twenty years, she ran the NHS personality disorder unit in Leicester, and she is the co-author of Intelligent Kindness: Rehabilitating the Welfare State. Now retired from the NHS, she continues to lecture and campaign, and works in private practice. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, she has been supporting clinicians on the frontline in intensive care units.

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Don’t Turn Away: Stories of Troubled Minds in Fractured Times

Don’t Turn Away: Stories of Troubled Minds in Fractured Times

by Penelope Campling

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Over 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... (more)

Therapeutic communities: Past, present and future

Therapeutic communities: Past, present and future

Edited by Penelope Campling, Rex Haigh

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The concept of the Therapeutic Community challenges orthodox psychiatric management, propounding a radical, group-based therapeutic approach which is opposed to many current policies and approaches.... (more)

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