Monday, October 09, 2006

Inside Mental Health

This week sees an Inside Out London special to commemorate Mental Health Week. It promises to explore the lives of the mentally ill and investigate cutbacks in the mental health system. Sarah Tonin (pictured above), is just one of the cases examined. Sarah courageously admits that "the world has always been a scary place". She has been battling with mental illness for 38 years experiencing a range of different psychosis from agoraphobia to hallucinations. You can read more about Sarah and others here. The half-hour program will screened on BBC1 this evening at 7:30pm.

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