David Harper

‘If I were you I wouldn’t start from here’: Working for real change in societal responses to distress

This article (written for a magazine for systemic family therapists) by David Harper has been published in Context Magazine. It “considers the following questions. Why do we have the kinds of mental health systems that we have? What positive changes have…
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Do adult mental health services identify child abuse and neglect? A systematic review

This review – by John Read, David Harper, Ian Tucker, and Angela Kennedy – has been published on the PubMed website. The abstract says: “Child abuse and neglect play a causal role in many mental health problems. Knowing whether users of…
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“If I were you, I wouldn’t start from here”: Working for real change in societal responses to distress

This paper comes from David Harper and has been published in the Context journal. It begins: “Systemic therapists are well-used to considering the multiple layers of context within which our lives are embedded, so I thought I’d use the invitation to…
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When the ads don’t work

This article , published on the website of Canterbury Christ Church University, has been written by Anne Cook and David Harper. It begins: “It’s a sobering thought that, for many people who use mental health services, other people’s reactions cause more…
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