New Mental Health & Reform publications on 4WardEverUK

Document Filessource: 4WardEver UK
published: 21 May 2017

Check out their new publications section dedicated to mental health and reform, and which compliments other existing topical genres.

This new section includes books and publications related to general mental health as well as mental health related detention, therapeutic treatment and good practice, reports, reform, and much more.

Including:

Mental Health, Race and Culture
This powerful text offers a unique analysis of the impact of race and culture on contemporary issues in mental health. Drawing on extensive international experience, Fernando challenges the traditional ideas that inform practice in clinical psychology and psychiatry in order to promote new and alternative ways of thinking.

Black and dangerous? Patient experiences of mental health services in London
John, a man with a paranoid schizophrenia diagnosis, has spent much of his life in and out of mental health hospitals. A cheerful, chatty 45-year-old, he puts his current stay down to a scuffle with the police. “I get upset when I’m angry. To be black and upset is a cardinal sin.”

Also access our cloud-based library. Here you can find a selection of publications and resources from various third parties that cover general mental health issues, as well as those related to custody issues. Includes reports, factsheets, policy and reform updates.

4WardEverUK update their publications sections frequently so check back every now and again.

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About Zinzi Eka-Naphtali

Zinzi Eka-Naphtali has been a volunteer with 4WardEver UK since 2007/2008. She assists with researching information and submitting them for inclusion on the website, and manages other on-line resources developed by 4WardEver and its associate organisations. 4WardEver UK was launched in 2006 by Tippa Naphtali the cousin of Mikey Powell, who died in the custody of West Midlands police, Birmingham, UK in September 2003.

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