The worldwide decline in mental healthcare in our prisons is a huge human rights issue
Criminal justice system's worldwide are facing a crisis in inmate mental health. Many people receive custodial sentences who arguably shouldn't, while others experience worsening mental health during their sentence due to a lack of care. New research on the situation internationally addresses these issues.
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PTSD and the healing power of art
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WHO self-help intervention effective in preventing poor mental health among refugees
Care Quality Commission appeals for care user feedback after troubling survey results
NHS England invites the nation to seek ‘Help!’ for their mental health
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What does PTSD and anxiety look like in the brain?
The root of PTSD and anxious, avoidant or hyperresponsive symptoms in those exposed to acute stress and trauma has long been discussed. Now, research from UC Berkley and UC San Francisco has found the possible neurological causes of those very symptoms, and what might make one person more likely to develop them.