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The Privy Council’s production via regulation of the one treatment, excluding all others, from the area known as Mental Health : 27th September 2021 : Julia Evans

by Julia Evans on September 28, 2021

For the attention of the Privy Council, 1 Horse Guards Road, London, SW1A 2HQ. Sent by email. Copy : Mr Craig Mackinlay MP, Member of Parliament for South Thanet From : Julia Evans, Lacanian Psychoanalyst, Sandwich, Kent 27th September 2021 The (…)

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The Royal College of Psychiatrists & Lacanian in the UK : Comments following Éric Laurent’s ‘The Culture of Abusive Treatments’ (LQ 930/LRO 308) (8th January 2021) : Julia Evans : 3rd July 2021

by Julia Evans on July 3, 2021

Background Éric Laurent’s text, dated 8th January 2021, was written in response to a text by Dorothy Bishop and Joel Swendsen published in the BJPsych Bulletin, which slanders Jacques Lacan and his students. This journal is an organ of the Royal (…)

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The Context for the APPG’s survey on prescribed drug dependence

by Julia Evans on November 30, 2018

A related text: I suggest you also read The Psychopharmacology of Everyday Life | by Jamieson Webster | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books  : Available here ________________________________ Content Introduction About the APPG The Survey Areas of criticism (…)

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Everyday insecurity: Life at the end of the welfare state: November 2012: interim briefing: nef – economics as if people and the planet mattered

by Julia Evans on November 1, 2012

Reason for recommending the New Economic Foundation’s briefing: The joint advent of the Government’s Happiness Factories (IAPT) replacing both GP Counselling Services and provision within hospitals, means provision of support to those with ‘mental health issues’ is being cut down (…)

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CHRE(PSA) trumpets its success in creating a ghetto of wellbeing practitioners who are compliant (for a fee) to the Government’s fantasy of safeguarding.

by Julia Evans on October 3, 2012

Contents: 1.  Introductory questions 2.  The CHRE(PSA) 3rd October 2012 circulation 3.  Attachments to the CHRE(PSA) circulation of 3rd October 2012 (i) Accredited Voluntary registers:  Standards for organisations holding a voluntary register for health and social care occupations : October (…)

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The UK Government’s ethnic or practice cleansing of talking therapies: a response to CHRE/PSA consultation

by Julia Evans on July 10, 2012

Response to CHRE/PSA Consultation: Accreditation standards for organisations that hold voluntary registers for health and social care occupations: 17 April 2012 to 10 July 2012 Addressed to: Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence, 157-197 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9SP. (CHRE (…)

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For your participation: The CHRE CON-sults

by Julia Evans on April 18, 2012

The CHRE [Endnote i] posted its consultation on voluntary registers its website on 18th April 2012.  Closing date is 10 July. Available here Thank you, as ever, to my informant – a member of regx2 group. If you search LW, for (…)

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Reply to CON-sultation: Equity and excellence: Liberating the NHS White Paper July 2010

by Julia Evans on October 9, 2010

9th October, 2010 [Edited & web-links added January 2012]   Please note:  Having contributed to many Government CON-sultations, my first in January 2007, I am aware that my comments do not register and I am not alone.  Quote from e-mail (…)

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Challenges to Government’s principles used to define the care of mental ill-health

by Julia Evans on July 15, 2010

From:             Julia Evans Subject:        Challenges to Government’s principles used to define the care of mental ill-health Date:             15 July 2010 To:     Circulated widely within both Houses of Parliament There are four areas of concern in the (…)

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Julia Evans’ contribution to the Department of Health’s October 2017 consultation

by Julia Evans on January 18, 2018

Julia Evans’ contribution to the Department of Health’s consultation was sent on 18th January 2018 at 11:49:14 GMT. Confirmation of receipt received 18 January 2018 at 15:14:12 GMT. Julia Evans’ contribution has also been sent to Dr Sarah Wollaston MP (…)

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