BBC Interview with Lucy Johnstone from British Psychological Society

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Lucy Johnstone from the British Psychological Society on the influential BBC radio news programme, Today (13th May 2013), a great room 101 on changing the paradigm, the language and the ideology of what is a mental health problem. The discomfort of the interviewer is interesting to note.

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Paul is a founding member of the Hearing Voices Network and INTERVOICE. He has developed community mental health projects, self-advocacy services, supported housing, social firms, enterprises in which people have direct input into the planning, development and running of their services.

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