This biography does not gloss over or glamorise mental illness; instead Graham Morgan highlights that people can, and do, live full and positive lives.
Join Graham through his recollections of detention under the Mental Health Act, learning to live with a new family, and coping with the symptoms that he still struggles to accept are an illness. He takes you through his preparations to address the United Nations in his role working with the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland.
Graham Morgan has an MBE for services to mental health, and helped to write the Scottish Mental Health (2003) Care and Treatment Act.
This is the Act under which he is now detained.