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Why? Because their 'therapists' very readily refer people to the mental health services, partly because they're not sufficiently highly trained to do much themselves - unlike traditional psychotherapists (who usually have an 'uneasy relationship' with the mental health services)

How the Mind Charity is Putting ‘Mental Health Professionalism’ back 70 Years

  • "How the Mind Charity is Putting 'Mental Health Professionalism' back 70 Years" is a thought-provoking book that sheds light on the practices of the Mind charity. The book argues that the charity's therapists readily refer people to mental health services because they lack sufficient training to provide effective therapy themselves, unlike traditional psychotherapists.

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