We're Being Forced to Fix Our Own Mental Health, and It's not Working

We are a nation of people waiting for mental health treatment, says journalist Deborah Coughlin. She spent years battling an agoraphobic panic disorder, while being repeatedly fobbed off and put on waiting lists by the NHS. With people self medicating, taking inappropriate antidepressants and attempting suicide, she argues, the health service needs the ability to help people properly.