Compulsory professional help to be given to people with psychosis but refusing help.

Compulsory professional help to be given to people with psychosis but refusing help.

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Gillian Carson started this petition to Nicola sturgeon (Scottish government)

People experiencing psychosis are given no help or support unless they are willing. The professionals do not take into account the views of family or friends and keep stating the rights of the person experiencing psychosis. 
someone who is experiencing psychosis is not experiencing true life. They hallucinate, hear and feel things that are not there.

they can lose their whole identity turning away from all those who care. They begin to only exist and survive. 
professionals will state that they can do nothing unless that person is a risk. Why should it be allowed to go this far? So often it is too late by then. 
Human rights are discussed, what about the right of that person to have an identity, to be safe and to have support, medical treatment and care. Too often they are left to just disappear, the headlines state mental health is a hidden illness, no it is not when you watch your loved one slowly lose who they were day by day, becoming emotionally detached, living in inhumane situations, treated badly by certain members of society. If they had a broken leg or severe laceration would they be left to bleed to death? 
Please sign this petition to change the legislation into the mental health capability to ensure everyone has the right to their identity and help to end the psychosis and constant living in fear.

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