Associate Professor of Psychology Alex Adame has coauthored Exploring Identities of Psychiatric Survivor Therapists: Beyond Us and Them. The book focuses on the navigation and blending of the roles of psychiatric survivor, mental health professional and activist. In this volume, readers are introduced to the psychiatric survivor movement and are witness to how that affiliation was instrumental in shaping the activism and clinical work of the authors. Their individual journeys of transformation, informed by their education as professionals, have imbued their work with a heightened awareness of the expansive possibilities for those who struggle with extreme emotional states. Read more at Palgrave Macmillan.