3 Dec 2018

Seclusion is like 'being a prisoner in your head'

From Checkpoint, 6:08 pm on 3 December 2018

During his time as a psychiatric in-patient with paranoid schizophrenia, Egan Bidois was put in seclusion more than a dozen times. He now works as an advocate for users of mental health services. He told our producer Bridget Burke what he's noticed about the use of seclusion rooms with Māori.