The following article is an overview of some of the astronomical number of considerations in mental health, and how they are related to violence and criminal behavior. Posting with the hashtag will allow people to speak up about their own experiences, to share their point of view with individuals who may be struggling to explain what they are going through—and help others figure out if they too are showing signs of a mental illness.
LEO’s across the country are doing the right thing by putting our fingers in the dike of the mental health system, but we’re getting sued left and right because of it. We’re getting injured more, we’re having to manage more post traumatic stress, we’re being scrutinized more.
Results: The implementation of e-mental health approaches in this context is likely to be influenced by characteristics related to the adopter (practitioner skill and knowledge, client characteristics, communication barriers), the innovation (engaging and supportive approach, culturally appropriate design, evidence base, data capture, professional development opportunities), and organizational systems (innovation-systems fit, implementation planning, investment).
Now, we are being told that mental illnesses are to blame for the tragedies in our world – that if we can test for, find and fix mental illness, keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill, and give mental health exams to gun-owners, THEN we will be safe and all will be well.
You may have already taken steps in maintaining good mental health better than you physical fitness, only you might not realize it. The fact that you are still living and breathing with a sane mind proves that you are capable in coping with life’s pressures.