Mental Health Professionals
Mental health needs a great deal of attention. It's the final taboo and it needs to be faced and dealt with - Adam Ant
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Don't forget the '20 Commandments for Mental Health workers'...
- 1. Thou shalt respect your patient and not judge
2. Thou shalt increase the well-being, opportunities and happiness of your patient
3. Thou shalt be in time for appointments and phone calls. It will show your patients that they matter
4. Thou shalt have a well-chosen and well-timed sense of humour
5. Thou shalt reconsider your ‘professional distance’ if it makes your patient feel he stands alone; show that you are a person too
6. Thou shalt not let your bad mood or personal issues influence your professional attitude
7. Thou shalt have an open conversation…
I wrote these commandments to encourage other mental health workers to make mental health care a good place to be in difficult times.
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