CONTINUING THE PHILOSOPHY OF REGINALD O. KAPP
9.103 Turn drug dealers into missionaries. Business case
for the LCS allocation of £2.3 mpa on MBCT courses
Paper for GP clusters in Brighton and Hove via Patient Participation Groups
By John Kapp, 22, Saxon Rd Hove BN3 4LE 01273 417997, email@example.com. Of Social Enterprise Complementary Therapy Company (SECTCo), references are to papers on
section 9 of www.reginaldkapp.org
1 Executive summary
2 How would this mindfulness intervention be managed and co-ordinated?
3 How would this scheme be administered and managed?
4 Drug dealers turned missionaries
5 Where did this new money for clusters of GP surgeries come from?
6 Where did this new money for clusters of GP surgeries come from?
7 SECTCo’s track record of providing this intervention
8 SECTCo’s offer
9 How many patients could be treated, and where?
10 Creation of homeless hostels and community centres from churches
11 What would this investment save the public services?
12 Next steps
Appendix 1 Literature review showing homeless people fall
through the public service net, and are not treated for their
mental sickness. by Marie Tomaskova, 13.1.16
Appendix 2 Treating Multiple Incident Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in an Inner City London Prison: The Need for an Evidence Base
Appendix 3 List of organisations with whom SECTCo could collaborate to provide mental health services 22.4.15/19.1.16
Appendix 4 Working with survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Seminar with Christine Sanderson, in London, 19.3.16. (I have booked to attend this)
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