CONTINUING THE PHILOSOPHY OF REGINALD O. KAPP
9.139 How talking therapists can take back control to end the Prozac nation, by co-creating a new primary care mental health service
Paper for those attending the New Savoy 12th Annual Psychological Therapies in the NHS conference on 22.3.19
By John Kapp, 22, Saxon Rd Hove, BN3 4LE, firstname.lastname@example.org, 01273 417997 Papers thus (9.90) refer to my website www.reginaldkapp.org
1 Summary conclusions How we can take back control of NHS talking therapies
3 What is wrong with antidepressants (ADs) as a mental health intervention?
4 What is wrong with IAPT and CBT as a mental health intervention?
5 What is Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
6 Why do the CCGs not mass-commission NICE recommended MBCT 8 week courses?
7 What is brainspotting?
8 What is Family Constellation Group Therapy (FCGT)
9 How can you get a job treating people with mental disorders in the private sector?
10 How can you get a job treating people with mental disorders in the NHS?
11 What qualifications should be needed to treat NHS patients with mental disorders?
12 Should statutory regulation and registration be required for patients with mental disorders?
13 Why is statutory regulation and registration needed for doctors?
14 Why are there so many qualifying bodies in mental health?
15 How would your new mental health service be staffed?
16 How can counsellors and psychotherapists create this new mental health system in the NHS?
17 Are trauma centres needed?
18 How does this mental therapy work?
19 Comments on Jeremy Clark’s forward to the 12th annual Psychological therapies conference on 22.3.19
Appendix 1 Jeremy Clark’s introduction to the 12th Annual Psychological Therapies in the NHS conference.
Appendix 2 Accessibility and implementation in the UK NHS services of an effective depression relapse prevention programme: learning from mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.
Appendix 3 Leaflet for the 12th Annual New Savoy Psychological Therapies in the NHS conference on 22.3.19
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