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Hundreds of mental health charities and counselling services across England may face closure as a result of cuts to local authority funding, research shows.
Charities have welcomed a call by the Work and Pensions Committee for the government to ensure that people with mental health problems are assessed properly for benefits.
Questioning is a fundamental part of practitioner-client interactions, crucial to develop an understanding of clients’ experiences and to assess risks associated with them. The questions practitioners ask can also convey their beliefs and approaches to care. This article provides a list of six...
Protecting patients who are physically out of control inevitably involves risks and various physical restraint training programmes have emerged across the UK over the years to maximise safety, with varying degrees of success.
My wife survived a 12-hour operation to remove a brain tumour. She remained in hospital for five weeks, during which I visited her every day. I smiled and tried to stop her becoming ‘stir crazy’ with bad jokes and news from beyond the ward entrance. I did not realise it at the time, but I was...
According to the medical model of disability, people can be prevented by their own impairments from taking part in activities that are open to others without such impairments, and should adjust their expectations of society accordingly.
By taking on the roles of observer, client and co-therapist in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) workshops, trainee psychological therapists can practise CBT methods on themselves. By doing so, they can gain insights into how they think and how their clients may respond to therapy. This article...
The NHS is going through a period of unprecedented change. Proposed reforms to service delivery and reductions in funding are affecting the commissioning of services, and higher expectations of the quality of services present staff with new challenges.
Norway’s nurses are preparing for a surge in patients requiring psychiatric care after 77 people were killed in a bombing and shooting spree at the end of July.
Volunteers are being sought for a national study into the causes of bipolar disorder.
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