" The Channel 4 Goes Mad season challenges mental health stigma "

<p>"There's a moment in Channel 4's World's Maddest Job Interview where three employers pause and consider whether they would like to give a job to someone who has repeatedly felt suicidal".... Claude Littner, a colleague of Lord Sugar, who has appeared as an interviewer on The Apprentice, says, before concluding firmly: "I would be sad for them and I would not employ them."
The</a> Channel 4 Goes Mad season challenges mental health stigma | Television & radio | The Guardian</p>

<p>This was posted on a psychiatry forum. It is so much easier for me to get perspective from mental health providers, especially those in the public sector, and in my community. </p>

<p>College Confidential, and anonymity, take it to a "whole 'nother level" . What do you think?</p>

<p>I think it sounds fascinating. My s/o, a psychiatrist, and I will tape and watch. Could highlight the limits of our skills.</p>

<p>Very interesting. Leave it to the Brits to be on the cutting edge of television programming.</p>