Poor mental health is no fantasy 4

October 24, 2003

It is the time of year when our BSc therapeutic counselling students get to grips with sociological aspects of the profession. Frank Furedi's article will be a useful resource. It raises important questions, such as how we construct ideas of suicide. A shame he uses the evidence selectively, ignoring the inconvenient stuff such as suicide statistics.

Peter Wakefield
Keighley

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