This is a collaborative aimed at reducing suicides in the south west region to zero by 2018. It is built on the work carried out by Ed Coffey M.D., and his team in Detroit a few years ago, and the work in the U.K. involves a large collaborative of people in the south west. Read more »
Focusing on where and how psychodynamic and psychoanalytic thinking are playing a role
in helping to shape the current provision of psychological services. Read more »
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is asking people who have experienced a mental health crisis within the last two years and tried to get help from their local services to tell them about the help, care and support they received. Read more »
From the NSUN site: The report Service Users’ Experiences of Recovery under the 2008 Care Programme Approach has been available since February. It is a report from service users about the effectiveness of the Care Programme Approach in promoting recovery. The Checklist of Good Practice from service user participants is available as a separate handout.… Read more »
NSUN asked Mr Clegg why, after three years of his government’s mental health strategy, suicides, compulsory treatment orders, prescriptions and sections under the Mental Health Act were all at record levels and rising. Read more here.
Breakthrough report from UKCP reveals for the first time that the detrimental impact of mental ill-health on our quality of life is ten times worse than the impact of any other health condition. Read more »
This event is published on the Alliance site for information purposes only. Its presence should not be taken to imply any endorsement of this, or other such events. Mental Health: Delivering Improved, Integrated and Accessible Services27th February 2014: The Monastery, Manchester Are you involved in Mental Health within the UK? Are you interested in hearing… Read more »
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Royal College of Psychiatrists seeks more service user and carer volunteers in South West division. Read more »
The report ‘We still need to talk’ is published, which tells us that a third of people with the most severe mental illness are not offered talking therapy by the NHS. Yet evidence shows that when people do get help, it improves their health and helps make recovery possible. Read more »