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'Scrapping Community Treatment Orders is a step too far'
Community Treatment Orders (CTOs) involve individuals receiving supervised treatment in the community rather than in hospital. CTOs are controversial and appear to be on the way out next year, as MHT has previously reported, but Ian Cruise argues they save lives and should not be dismissed altogether.
- 'Here's what might be happening when we feel empty inside...' Psychodynamic therapist Nadine Moore shows how to start finding out who you are and what you want.
You may recognise the headlines below from last week's email. They now contain working links that will take you to the stories! Apologies for last week's issues.
- Grief aversion is unsustainable, but it's an epidemic among men - an analysis of how and why responses are gendered.
- Diagnosing mental health teams - insights from therapist and regular MHT contributor Michael O'Sullivan on how to build thriving teams, both in the mental health sector and other fields.
- Hospital care still 'less dignified' for mental health treatment - the results of a survey of 70,000 adult inpatients have been published.
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