(Mis)Diagnosed: How Bias Distorts Our Perception of Mental Health
This City Is Killing Me: Community Trauma and Toxic Stress in Urban America
Jonathan Foiles is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice, a Lecturer at the University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice, and Clinical Associate Faculty at the Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis.
Why I Love Belt
I love writing for Belt because it’s worker-owned, progressive, and Midwestern. It means a lot to me to publish my work with a publisher that embodies the sort of ideals I espouse in my writing.
Phil Christman, How to be Normal: A really wonderful connection of essays from one of the best cultural critics around.
Martha Bayne (ed.), The Chicago Neighborhood Guidebook: I have an essay in this so I’m not unbiased, but I love this tribute to my city.
Lee Weiner, Conspiracy to Riot: A great memoir about a crucial moment in Chicago history from a fellow social worker.
Where to Find Me
My Twitter is @jonathanfoiles