Multimorbidity in mental health: having one mental health condition doesn’t make you immune from having another

26 Aug

Some reflections on the (apparently surprising to some researchers and policy-makers) fact that human beings are complex and often don’t experience mental health difficulty in discreet packages that fit neatly into diagnostic categories; and how some healthcare commissioners are hiding behind NICE guidelines on individual treatments to deny proper care and support to people with complex (more than one) mental ill-health.

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One Response to “Multimorbidity in mental health: having one mental health condition doesn’t make you immune from having another”

  1. Wendy 28 August 2016 at 10:23 am #

    I’m in the special depression programme where i’m having a year long course of therapy and psychiatric care. They are looking at the fact i might have other mh problems too. Looks like i got lucky.

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