The cathartic properties of trees

Cambridge Scholars are proud to announce the release of two fascinating multidisciplinary volumes which explore humanity's intricate relationship with nature. The first International Handbook of Forest Therapy defines the scientific domain of an innovative, evidence-based and timely public health approach. More than 50 authors from around the world are brought together to offer their expertise … Continue reading The cathartic properties of trees

An Interview with Nikolett Bogár: The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders

Nikolett Bogár, co-author of The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders: The Dangers of the Catwalk, has recently been interviewed for the Hungarian website 7Koznapi (or '7 Everyday Psychology' in English). The interview is a fascinating read and offers a brilliant insight into Nikolett's life, from her childhood and teenage years up until the current day. The … Continue reading An Interview with Nikolett Bogár: The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders

Book of the Month – April 2019

Our April ‘Book of the Month’ is Health and Safety for Spirit Seers, Telepaths and Visionaries: Self-help for Schizophrenia by Dr Anna Cornelia Beyer. In the midst of what is termed ‘the mental health crisis’ of our generation, an open and positive discussion of mental health is critical. Through thoughtful and open contemplation of schizophrenia, this volume helps … Continue reading Book of the Month – April 2019