Searching for a Rose Garden: challenging psychiatry, fostering mad studies 978 1 906254 79 7 Due 1st August 2016
Searching for a Rose Garden describes innovative, survivor-led and survivor-run grassroots alternatives that challenge mainstream psychiatric, medicalised and orthodox responses to mental distress. Edited by Jasna Russo and Angela Sweeney and with an international spread of contributors. 9781906254797
Fetal cells persist in mothers, healing them well into old age.
The social care brief has been handed down to parliamentary under-secretary of state for community health and care, David Mowat
Political developments in Britain appear more than a little confusing at the moment. The parliamentary Labour party is in open revolt against a leader rec
Musings from the process of the last few days with some links to more related information.
There is a small split left as the nervous system responds to promptings to be healed. There is the ego following those directions and there is life force. The ego is cooperating completely in every moment without any moments of more complete separation — it does still get tired and frustrated on occasion. Mostly though it’s just enjoying this amazing and awesome ride and the writing is on the wall. It’s clear that the ego IS the dysfunctional nervous system but it now understands that life force is helping it become whole and healthy so that it might understand itself as life force and so it’s totally on board to complete the job.
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Legal trainer Belinda Schwehr sets out what local authorities need to consider in relation to cases where a child may be deprived of liberty