Last week, the Hull Daily Mail announced a campaign that they are calling Kids in Crisis. The newspaper is justifiably concerned about the lack of mental health facilities for children in the area, and it is calling for better out-of-hours Continue reading Kids in Crisis
On 12th February last year, several hundred people gathered to pay their respects at the funeral (above) of 42-year-old Lorna Clymo. The church in Keighley, West Yorkshire, was so full that many of the crowd had to stand outside in the Continue reading The Best of Care?
In the course of my research, I came across many inquest reports in which there appeared to be all the hallmarks of an antidepressant-related death, but where there was no mention of medication However, in several reports, treatment by Continue reading “Suffering from Depression” – 2015
2015 is the year which marks the 10th anniversary of the publication by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) of their Clinical Guideline 28 (CG28), entitled Depression in Children and Young People. In Section 1.6 of this document, Continue reading The Lost Children (2014)