Emily Klueh, a former Team USA swimmer who is in Tokyo as a mental health officer for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee, helping elite athletes care for their minds as well as they care for their bodies.
Many people don’t get the treatment they need because their disorder goes unnoticed. This article by Catherine Pearson at The Huffington Post lists what to look for.
Wayne Webster, from Bristol, UK, has been making music about how he deals with his mental health, in the hope it will support others.
Visual artist Enas Sistani- “I wanted to be able to not only talk about what it was like living with a disorder, but also how people, society and the community perceive it”.