Monthly Archives: December 2014

hedonic treadmill

During the course of our lives we all I’m sure have looked enviously at others. One thing we learn through cognitive science is that we are hard-wired to never be satisfied. Our ability not to be satisfied with what we … Continue reading

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Whittingham Hospital Preston

  Whittingham Hospital opened officially on 1st April 1873, built by bricks made on site, the source being what became to be known as the “duck pond” but referred to on maps as the “fish pond”.  The hospital was built … Continue reading

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Knowledge of Guiding Principles

The Guiding Principles of the Mental Health Act   It is almost unbelievable that there are still some professionals who are not conversant with the guiding principles of the Mental Health Act (MHA). Members of the Clinical Team attend all … Continue reading

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