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Media debate about cases of ‘rational suicide’ has failed to reach a conclusion for or against the practice. Most of the cases in the public eye have concerned people with terminal illnesses, but it is apparent that some physically well people consider their lives to be unbearable and decide...
With social inclusion high on the agenda of primary care mental health services, this article examines the factors that influence social exclusion, particularly of prisoners. Consideration is given to accessibility of primary mental health care in custodial settings and how mental health workers...
After taking part in the UK-wide commissioning of a set of supervisory competencies for psychological therapies, NHS Education for Scotland has established a two-stage approach to the training of supervisors throughout NHS Scotland. The first stage, a course to develop generic supervision...
Mental health practitioners often encounter service users with self-inflicted wounds. This article is intended to enable practitioners to help such service users treat superficial wounds and, by doing so, enhance the therapeutic relationship and improve service users’ psychological health....
Samuel Johnson once said that ‘a man ought to read just as inclination leads him: for what he reads as a task will do him little good’. This article makes a case for inclination. It states that in addition to formal texts, much can be gained in enjoyment and intellectually from engaging with...
Just as you get used to one mental health strategy, another one comes along. No Health Without Mental Health (Department of Health (DH) 2011) replaces New Horizons (DH 2009), which was the Labour government’s last offering.
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