Manchester Arena attack survivor launches mass trauma service
'Over 1,000 people who have been detained have a voice in the new Mental Health Act'
What efforts are being made to ensure the 'once in a generation' review of the mental health act is shaped by people who have been detained themselves? Mental Health Today spoke to suicide survivor Steven Gilbert, the most senior member of the review team with declared lived experience, to find out.
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Let's ensure preventative services aren't harmful themselves
Investment in preventative mental health screening and training is sorely needed, but a blanket approach geared towards pre-empting crime, as well as mental health problems, will have "troubling overtones" for some. Mark Brown analyses research published today in Lancet Psychiatry endorsed by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.