Health and Social Services Minister Edwina Hart AM has written to the Chairs of NHS Local Health Boards in Wales alerting them to the new Annual Quality Framework (AQF).
One of the most valuable support services available to children in Wales is the Welsh Assembly Government’s school-based counselling service.
The Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) will shortly be opening a consultation programme on three sets of Regulations that are to be made in connection with the Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010.
The new edition of the Mental Health Wales Journal is now available online. This season’s edition is a Mental Health (Wales) Measure special and includes articles which examine the Measure’s content and potential impact as well as an interview with Jonathan Morgan AM, the man who instigated the Legislative Competence Order which led to this historic piece of legislation.
Personality disorders are more widespread than previously thought. That’s the view of leading experts in the field who say the disorders are under recognised even though the numbers of people experiencing them is much higher than those with more well known mental health problems such as schizophrenia.
The National Assembly for Wales Health, Wellbeing and Local Government Committee has today published a report on post-traumatic stress disorder treatment (PTSD) for services veterans…
‘meic’, Wales’ nationwide advocacy and advice helpline for children and young people is to extend its opening hours to 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The UK Government launched a mental health strategy for England today. The strategy places emphasis on dealing with problems at an early stage and pledges an extra £400m to improve access to psychological therapies…