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Adam & Lauren's blog

Adam Shaw is a world wide mental health advocate, philanthropist and author. Adam lives in the UK and is married with 5 children. Now in recovery from mental health issues himself, he is committed to helping others suffering from debilitating mental health issues through The Shaw Mind Foundation.

Lauren Callaghan (CPsychol, PGDipClinPsych, PgCert, MA (hons), LLB (hons), BA), born and educated in New Zealand, is an innovative industry leading psychologist based in London.

Lauren was a psychologist at the specialist national treatment centres for severe obsessional problems in the UK and is renowned as an expert in the field of mental health, recognised for diagnosing and successfully treating OCD and anxiety related illnesses in particular.

In addition to appearing as a treating clinician in the critically acclaimed and BAFTA award- winning documentary Bedlam, Lauren is a frequent guest speaker on mental health conditions in the media and at academic conferences. Lauren also acts as a guest lecturer and honorary researcher at the Institute of Psychiatry Kings College, UCL.

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The Shaw Mind Foundation also welcomes guest bloggers to write for us on their journey with mental health.

Millions of people around the world suffer from a wide range of mental illness, which can feel very isolating. Writing about your journey as a sufferer, or even as a family member or friend of a sufferer, is very cathartic.

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