the well being foundation

The Wellbeing Foundation was formed in 2006 to address the parlous state of the mental health services in Ireland, to deal with specific issues faced by those who find themselves having to use these services, to carry out research and education programmes, and to provide assistance, resources and advice. http://wellbeingfoundation.com/aboutus.html
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The Wellbeing Foundation presents a film by Jonathan Woods and Michael Corry  Soul Interrupted  This film explores the experience of several people in their encounters with psychiatry in Ireland, with the mental health services, with medication and psychiatric drugs, with electro-convulsive therapy, and with the consequences of psychiatric interventions. It covers such areas as forced detention, forced medication and forced administration of electro-shock therapy.

The Wellbeing Foundation presents a film by Jonathan Woods and Michael Corry Soul Interrupted This film explores the experience of several people in their…

The Wellbeing Foundation presents  A film by Jonathan Woods and Michael Corry  Soul Interrupted  This film explores the experience of several people in their encounters with psychiatry in Ireland, with the mental health services, with medication and psychiatric drugs, with electro-convulsive therapy, and with the consequences of psychiatric interventions. It covers such areas as forced detention, forced medication and forced administration of electro-shock therapy.

The Wellbeing Foundation presents A film by Jonathan Woods and Michael Corry Soul Interrupted This film explores the experience of several people in their encounters…

The Wellbeing Foundation presents  a film by Jonathan Woods and Michael Corry  Soul Interrupted  This film explores the experience of several people in their encounters with psychiatry in Ireland, with the mental health services, with medication and psychiatric drugs, with electro-convulsive therapy, and with the consequences of psychiatric interventions. It covers such areas as forced detention, forced medication and forced administration of electro-shock therapy.

The Wellbeing Foundation presents a film by Jonathan Woods and Michael Corry Soul Interrupted This film explores the experience of several people in their encounters…

The Wellbeing Foundation presents  A film by Jonathan Woods and Michael Corry  Soul Interrupted  This film explores the experience of people in their encounters with psychiatry in Ireland, with the mental health services, with medication and psychiatric drugs, with electro-convulsive therapy, and with the consequences of psychiatric interventions. It covers such areas as forced detention, forced medication and forced administration of electro-shock therapy.

The Wellbeing Foundation presents A film by Jonathan Woods and Michael Corry Soul Interrupted This film explores the experience of people in their encounters…

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WellBeing Foundation

WellBeing Foundation

WellBeing Foundation

WellBeing Foundation

How the disabled are left on their shelf There are 350,000 people with disabilities among our population. Disability affects 25 to 30 per cent of the population. That's a lot of votes, and yet the government does little or nothing, says Paddy Doyle  http://wellbeingfoundation.com/physical-disability.html

There are people with disabilities among the Irish population. Disability affects 25 to 30 per cent of the population. That's a lot of votes, and yet the government does little or nothing

HEAD TO HEAD: Should electric shock treatment be banned? http://wellbeingfoundation.com/millerECT.html

There are people with disabilities among the Irish population. Disability affects 25 to 30 per cent of the population. That's a lot of votes, and yet the government does little or nothing

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