We live in mad times. The WHO predicts depression will soon rank second in the global disease burden, suicide rates are rising, and the trauma caused by war, conflict or domestic abuse is everywhere. The toll is horrific: mental illness costs Britain alone £32 billion a year. And people looking for therapy face a tower of psychobabble, with 400-plus often warring schools. Enter Joe Griffin, who says there is a way to lift depression in a day.
Meet Joe Griffin