Archive for June, 2012

Yesterday the LSE published a report encouraging the government to spend more money on mental health services; specifically it was asking local health commissioners to spend their budgets on these services, and more specifically still, for them to spend them on a service called IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies). The LSE report was organized …






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To find out why news of David Cameron leaving his eight year old daughter, Nancy in a country pub over the weekend got me thinking about what it’s like to be an ‘imperfect parent’ read my blog at Khiron House. Benjamin Fry works across a range of services and media using personal, professional and scientific …






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Etan Patz was the Madeline McCann of 1979 in Manhattan.  Last week a corner shop worker confessed to his murder.  He said that he abducted him and killed him.  New York has long been obsessed with the what, when, how and who of this case; but there is also a resounding why to be answered. …






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