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|Posted by (Service User Network) Sun Cornwall & Plymouth on 17 September, 2009 at 19:27||comments (1)|
Introduction By John M. Grohol, Psy.D.
Borderline Personality Disorder is experienced in individuals in many different ways. Often, people with this disorder will find it more difficult to distinguish between reality from their own misperceptions of the world and their surrounding environment. While this may seem like a type of delusion disorder to some, it is actually related to their emotions overwhelming regular cognitive functioning.
People with this ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by (Service User Network) Sun Cornwall & Plymouth on 17 September, 2009 at 19:01||comments (0)|
Depression care improved:
A simple intervention for general practice September 16th, 2009 in Medicine & Health / Psychology & Psychiatry
German researchers from the Institutes for General Practice in Frankfurt / Main and Jena have achieved positive results from a sustainable intervention in the primary care practice (Annals of Internal Medicine, volume 151, number 6, Sep. 15, 2009).
The international relevance of the trial is a...Read Full Post »
|Posted by (Service User Network) Sun Cornwall & Plymouth on 11 September, 2009 at 19:34||comments (0)|
MP delivers keynote speech as Internation Mental Health Conference comes to Cornwall Psychiatric practitioners from as far away as Palestine came to Cornwall this week for a special conference on the ‘whole life’ approach to mental health.
North Cornwall’s MP, Dan Rogerson, has been championing mental health services across Cornwall since his election in 2005. He gave the keynote speech a...Read Full Post »
|Posted by (Service User Network) Sun Cornwall & Plymouth on 11 September, 2009 at 18:57||comments (0)|
Common mental disorders may be more common than we think
September 10th, 2009 in Medicine & Health / Psychology & Psychiatry
The prevalence of anxiety, depression and substance dependency may be twice as high as the mental health community has been led to believe.
It depends on how one goes about measuring.
Duke University psychologists Terrie Moffitt and Avshalom Caspi and colleagues from the United...Read Full Post »
|Posted by (Service User Network) Sun Cornwall & Plymouth on 2 September, 2009 at 19:34||comments (0)|
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Depression looms as global crisis
The World Health Organization predicts that within 20 years more people will be affected by depression than any other health problem.
According to the WHO, depression will be the biggest health burden on society both economically and sociologically.
Yet, it says most developing countries s...Read Full Post »
|Posted by sun-cornwall on 23 April, 2009 at 17:50||comments (0)|
Wonder what the result of the budget will be, more than likely Emotional & Mental Services being cut. If there are any sounds of that then we must stand up and fight.