Sunday, 19 May 2013

Humane Therapy event feedback.

Dear Friends,

We wish to thank all participants to last Friday's event.

Once again we have had a solid and unanimous audience for an evening of critical discussion.

Many thanks to Dave Skull, which updated us on the progresses of the Mental Health Resistance Network campaign against the benefit cuts; Joe Kelly for presenting the documentary "Stop Coercion";  the Mudlarks for kindly accompanying us with their tunes, Nick Waller for compering the evening and David Baker for taking care of all the audio and visuals for the event and giving us access to the Kingsley Hall.

In the main time the need of humane therapy remains a priority on the agenda of most of us all, service users, carers and professionals of the mental health sector.
Faults in the system have been obviously spotted for a long time.
Focusing all energy and attention towards the alternative variety of therapies is now fundamental.
Well-being of all the people directly involved in giving and receiving care should be the only stake.

Is Healthwatch a way forward? What are your views about it?

http://www.healthwatch.co.uk/

FEEL monthly meeting, with more discussions and feedback from the event, is taking place tomorrow, Monday the 20th 6.30-8.30pm at LARC, 62 Fieldgate St, Whitechapel E1. Everyone welcomed!

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