Mental health services have undergone a revolution over the past
20 years but the relationship between service users and workers
still needs a fundamental change, according to a new book.
It says one of the biggest changes since the closure of the old
long-stay hospitals has been the development of the service user
But the book’s editor, Andy Bell, said: “What we’ve not done is
bring people with mental health problems into the community
- Beyond the Water Towers at www.scmh.org.uk/wbm23.ns4/vWeb/fsKHAL6AHECM%00