Monthly Archives: January 2016

Book of the Month: “Cracked – Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good” by James Davies

You may well remember me citing in my last newsletter my agreement with Michael Pollan’s food rule “Avoid foods that make health claims”. Well, from reading the extensive research conducted by James Davies, author of “Cracked – Why Psychiatry is doing more harm than good”, has lead me to the unsettling and disturbing conclusion that […]

My ‘Why’ of Becoming a Social Entrepreneur

In April 2015 I started my journey on a path to the unknown as a social entrepreneur. I was one of the lucky ones who, after entering a competition run by Beyond Business at the Bromley by Bow Centre, was shortlisted from over 100 candidates to pitch my idea for N.ableD in front of private […]