CONTINUING THE PHILOSOPHY OF REGINALD O. KAPP

9.106 Specification for interventions under the Wellbeing Service 17/22 to end the need for rough sleeping by 2020               6.5.16

Paper for HWB and CCG by John Kapp, 22, Saxon Rd Hove BN3 4LE 01273 417997, johnkapp@btinternet.com Social Enterprise Complementary Therapy Company (SECTCo) www.sectco.org.uk and section 9 of www.reginaldkapp.org, to which previous papers are referenced thus ‘9.91’.


1 Summary of conclusions

2 Recommendation to the Health and Wellbeing Board (HWB)

3 Context of this paper – ending the need for rough sleeping by 2020

4 The procurement department is not planning to amend the old Wellbeing Service contract

5 This vulnerable client group has the most to gain, and can yield the greatest rewards

6 Principles that should underlie the specification for interventions under the new Wellbeing Service 2017/22 and Better Care contracts

7 Conclusion: Vision for Community Care Centres as mental health A&Es for all adults and children who need it.

Appendix 1 What is ‘avoidant attachment’, and how can it be successfully treated?

Appendix 2 Differences between MBCT and MBSR taken from University of Massachusetts, www.umassmed.edu/cfn on 30.3.16



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