Mica Gray is an aspiring clinical psychologist and poet. Her academic background is in Philosophy, Psychology and Neuroscience. She has lived experience of psychosis and is interested in non-medical explanations for psychotic experiences. Her poetry has been published in the anthology ‘the colour of madness’ exploring BAME mental health experiences in the UK and in the radical mental health magazine ‘Asylum’. She is also the author of the poetry collection ‘When Daisies Talk’ which explores the themes of race, psychosis, depression, womanhood and spirituality.