Papers and Articles
In April 2018, CPU hosted a fundraising conference titled The Good Life, exploring what makes a good life. Among others, Margot Waddell and Mike Brearley presented papers, which are available by clicking the orange buttons above.
Please click the orange title above to view our annual report for the year 2016-17 and stay updated on our service. The report includes sections on our clinical activities, our funders, our fundraising and much more.
In September 2016, CPU's Annie Moss produced a report about research in the borough of Camden which aimed to better understand the mental health needs of black and ethnic minority communities, to increase awareness about existing mental health services and to review CPU's service provision. This report was supported by Awards for All funding. You can read this report by clicking the orange title above.
In October 2015, CPU hosted a conference Love and Loss - Why Grief Matters. This was to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Sigmund Freud's Mourning and Melancholia. At the conference, the psychoanalyst Ron Britton presented a paper: The Mountains of Primal Grief. Click the orange title above to read the paper.
Audio and Visual
In April 2018, author, poet, theologian and former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams was the keynote speaker at our The Good Life conference. You can watch a video below of his fascinating and thought provoking talk.