Reform Of The Mental Health Act1 March 2000
A response from the Mental Health Foundation to the Government's Green Paper 'Reform of the Mental Health Act (1983): Proposals for Consultation.'
Talking Therapies Update2 February 2000
An update briefing on qualitative research undertaken to explore the treatments, therapies, and self-help strategies that people who experience mental distress find helpful.
Psychotherapy Research Initiative2 February 2000
An update briefing describing the Psychotherapy Research Initiative, funded by the Mental Health Foundation.
Psychological Therapies Update2 January 2000
Update briefing on two studies funded by the Mental Health Foundation which were concerned with the long-term evaluation of psychological therapies, and methods of improving access to psychotherapy.
Mental Health Promotion And The National Service Framework2 January 2000
This update considers Standard One of the National Service Framework, within the context of the other government proposals around mental health and mental health promotion.
Strategies For Living Update2 January 2000
An update briefing on the Strategies for Living programme - an in-depth qualitative investigation into the supports and strategies found to be helpful in the lives of people experiencing mental health problems or distress.
Management Of Sex Offenders Update2 January 2000
Professor Don Grubin was awarded a grant from the Mental Health Foundation to work with Newcastle City Health Trust and the Northumbria Probation Service, to set up and evaluate two projects: one for sex offenders discharged from prison (SOTP+), and one for people at risk of committing a sexual...
Restoring The Balance2 January 2000
A self-help program for managing anxiety and depression. The program was originally designed by the late Dr Fred Yates and updated in collaboration with Mental Health Media.
All About ADHD1 January 2000
A booklet for parents and carers of a child diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or for anyone wondering if their child may have ADHD. It is also useful for relatives, friends, teachers and GPs or health visitors.