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Sectioning under the Mental Healt Act

PostPosted: Sun Aug 07, 2016 12:23 pm
by Marcus
Here is a test for self diagnosis of schizophrenia/psychosis. If you ever find yourself brought under question this could prove to be invaluable as it will tell you which aspects of reality you have to deny in order for the system to have no weak points upon which to fix their hooks into you.

Re: Sectioning under the Mental Healt Act

PostPosted: Tue Aug 09, 2016 5:00 pm
by pitano1
dr.Gregory Robert MULHAUSER BACP. :psst:

Originally employed as a research scientist in cognition, complex systems and biologically inspired computation, Dr Greg Mulhauser later moved to business strategy roles and advised on corporate venturing and M&A projects. With educational background in mathematics, philosophy, and mental health, he has worked at the Pentagon, UK universities, and telecommunications giant BT. In 2002, he left his strategic partnering role at BT to found his own firm, securing consulting assignments ranging from ground-based air defence systems at Northrop Grumman and the UK Ministry of Defence to internal communication at the UK’s national Police IT Organisation (PITO). A British Marshall Scholar and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Mulhauser lives in Devon, England with his wife and daughter.

Re: Sectioning under the Mental Healt Act

PostPosted: Sat Aug 13, 2016 9:47 am
by Marcus
My advice to anyone who finds themselves being detained under a section and disagrees with it would be to keep as many records as possible. If you are able to record conversations do so. Inform the participants that you are doing so otherwise it will be inadmissible as evidence. Keep a written record of everything that happens which is untoward and try to keep it basically factual. Indescrepancies will arise between yours and the "official" version of events. Stay cool and the wheels will buckle.