Building therapeutic cities to tackle mental health problems

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Following the fascinating City, Psychology, Place: An Urban Psychology Summit, Europe’s first conference considering the interaction between urban life and mental health, held at the University of Liverpool in London Campus on 27th June 2019, Chris Murray (Core Cities UK CEO), Mark Boyle (Heseltine Institute Director) and Sue Jarvis (Heseltine Institute Deputy Director) have published an article on The Conversation.

The article, which discusses whether a new approach to urban planning and psychology can help tackle modern society's mental health problems, can be found here, and also in the Irish Examiner, where it was republished.