The Aviva Review: Mental Health in Workplaces!

Source: The Aviva Review: Mental Health in Workplaces!

The Aviva Review: Mental Health in Workplaces!

My Email to Prime Minister Theresa May at 10 Dowing Street,

Email to PM Theresa May 27th October 2017:

Today is the DOB: of my Father – 99 years, Uncle – 91 years, and Auntie. My Auntie Icylyn Powell 83rd Birthday and she is living in Jamaica. The 40th Birthday of my Coach Winsome Duncan Winsome Duncan in turn introduced me to her Employment Barrister Ryan Clement Don’t know if this is a coincidence, but I am doing my research about certain matters that have taken place over the past months. Ryan told me he met Winsome online, when she was struggling to set up her business. 

Edited: I am only one (1) of the many employees who lost my jobs because of discrimination in the workplaces – two. I have been to the Employment Tribunals On two (2) occassions about the discrimination in the workplaces that trigger and exacerbated my Childhood Traumas into Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). But each time there were miscarriages of justice. I notice a trend where my vulnerability of having Mental and Physical Disabilities were used each time to get me to resign my jobs.

They go back to my childhood when sicknesses, resulting in loss of job triggered the onset of the Childhood Traumas an in me developing the Traumas of Mental Health Conditions from childhood. The two (2) times I went to the ET, was after allegations were made against me after the deaths of my loved ones. The deaths inevitable triggered my Mental Health Conditions. I was fearful that I was experiencing Mental Health Conditions because there is a history of it in my family. One of my Auntie had the problems and was condemned to a life of living in the cave or wondering the streets. She eventually died on the street, killed by a vehicle which tyre blue out.

My dad said she was one of the most intelligent person known. Her downfall came at the hands of another cruel woman who was jealous of her success. In my case, both times my managers and those in authorities saw me as threats to their incompetence. I am part of research, when Dr Maria Hudson made recommendations to However once again the ET, reaffirmed the discrimination both times and refuse to accept the Medical Reports about my disabilities.  They took five (5) months to copy the Respondent’s Summary and post online at

I am now classed as a CRIMINAL because I refuse to accept the former employers MONEY to be gagged, despite having a DBS registered online. I want to be part of the Inquiry as I am a credible witness who have information showing how I have been trying to get support with my Mental Health Conditions. Both times when I lost my jobs, the employers used my vulnerabilities against me. However, they set out to destroy me because I refuse to join in, to discriminate against the vulnerable children and their families in order to meet managerial targets. The second time, the contract I signed on the 7th October 2009 was not updated and reviewed in line with changes in laws and legislations.

My stories are been used on Mental Health websites, I managed and controlled my disabilities, undertaking studies at to become a graduate. My work can be found at Sky News Published in, on, and amongst other Social Media platforms. This is an offer for me to be considered for making valuable contributions to helping the government in irradication the Modern Slavery practices.

These kind of discrimination are leading to the radicalisation of vulnerable employees. By affirming the discrimination, the ET is colluding to creating Terrorist Cells to operate as Lone Wolves to get justice for the injustices. I have my Fight4justice campaign and throughout my ordeals, when no one would address my concerns, I resorted to Passive Aggressive Behaviours. That way, I did not become a victim of the establishments and systems that set out to destroy me because of my Mental Health Conditions. If in doubt about whether I am a credible witness, please read Julia Elizabeth Gould, Ingrid Curuvija Townsend and Jyoti Sharma aka Jyoti Bhardwaj Reviews on They were on the website, yet LEYF was perverting the course of justice, during the ET.

This is yet another email to the PM about the matters that are impacting on my life as I come to terms with not working since the 27th September 2015. I wrote Open Letters to former PM, David Cameron and PM, Theresa May from whom I got responses. I was put in contact with the Department for Education. Resulting from that consultations I retrained as part of the career change. I was hoping to get back into employment in the Primary School systems, as I told the HR Dilys Epton when she came to send me on Medical Suspension.

Work keeps me going because of my father’s illness, redundance which left my family experiencing poverty. But most importantly the impact on my MOTHER. Experiencing discrimination in the first workplace caused me to question my sanity and I self-referred to Occupational Health and was passed fit to resume work. Therefore, the implications of dealing with disabilities and the impacts of facing discrimination in two workplaces in the Early Years Sector, have left me feeling like I am worthless and set me back to my childhood.

However, blacklisting and networking from 2008 when I challenged social injustices and inequalities in the workplace, meant I could not get a placement in a Primary School. I was interviewed for a job in a Primary School as a Teaching Assistant. The job I applied for, before resigning from LEYF, in September. I also signed with and to try get back into employment. I done interviews within the Early Years Sector, went to do supply work in a nursery, Zoom in Blackheath, and was treated like a criminal.

That’s when I started reflecting on my life, coming to terms with why I was been treated this way, despite my qualifications and experiences as an Early Years Practitioner. I am passionate about my work and is dedicated about making valuable contributions. The reasons why I am out of work and the results from yet another miscarriages of justice presided over by the Employment Tribunals, cause me to be trying to get my voice heard at the highst levels of government. With the hope that I can make a difference in preventing the widescale discrimination that caused the PTSD in two workplaces that affected my life.

I discovered via counselling, that my Mother might have experienced Mental Health Conditions like I did from her early years. A case of history repeating itself in my family on both sides. The ET decided that I did not provide evidence about having disabilities. However Judge Elliott issued Court Management Orders for me to provide Medical Reports, which I did. I would like to know why Judge Freer refuse to accept the Medical Report and have now refused to accept my APPEAL?

Below please find a Letter to the I contributed to the Express Mental Health CRUSADE. As the Columnist states “Tech Don’t Lie”.

Dealing with the stigma of Mental Health

Hi Mr Jeory

I have been following the Mental Health campaign in the Sunday Express over the past weeks with keen interests.  This matter is of grave importance to me because of personal experiences I’ve encountered throughout my relatively short life.  The reasons I am making contact is to congratulate the team on taking up the fight for people who have been faced with Mental Health issues and do not have any forms of sounding board to air our circumstances and situations in dealing with conditions that are considered as TABOO.

Maybe if I share a brief account of my own personal experiences you will begin to understand why I have become a sceptic of all gift wrapped packages.  From an early age I was confronted with the tragedy of witnessing my dad’s decline which lasted for over ten years.  He had Parkinson Disease along with some other health conditions.  However it was the Parkinson that caused our family the most concerns as it affected every aspects of the family welfare.  I can recall the shakes at the beginning, until his total loose of mobility and everything else that is eventually destroyed as a result of the deterioration in his health.  As a teenager I began to question my faith, asking why my dad who had lived and served God had to suffer so much.  The onus was left on my poor mum to take on the reigns of responsibilities that was once my dad’s as well as her own job as a mother.  In the end my mum was faced with caring for my dad and mum who died within a month of each other.  My granny eventually succumbed to one of her many strokes.

Imagine my own devastations when I realised my dad’s condition was hereditary, and from an early age I began to get some of the signs and symptoms of Parkinson Disease.  To cut a long story short, I immediately have to alter my life, and I know I was prevented from achieving my full potential because of my DNA over which I had no say.  Therefore with time I learnt to adapt to my condition and refused to become a VICTIM, and have always been aware of my Limitations.  However I recognised I had problems with my family situations and was only able to give it a name DEPRESSION after coming to the UK, and decided to take up studies to improve my prospects of securing gainful employment to make a better life for myself.  I always joked about the fact that I managed to pick up all the defects from the both sides of my FAMILY.

Now I have seen in today’s edition about the role expected of workplaces in supporting their employees who have experienced Mental Health.  However my arguments are totally against sharing your predicaments with your employers as this can be used to ones detriment and place a Label of Deficit Model that is used to discredit a person when one is at their most VULNERABLE.  At this point am talking from personal experiences when I Self Referred because I was concerned about matters affecting my work, and for which I needed some answers.  This was used against me, and in the long run when I needed the support of my GP because I had told him about my Parkinson Disease I was given a kick in the teeth. This caused so much havoc in my life that at one difficult period I thought I would have been swept overboard by the tide of upheavals and emotional baggage I was left to deal with.

My unfair treatment further exacerbated my DEPRESSION that I found it hard coping with life.  Even thou I had swallowed my better medicine and moved on I am reminded daily of these unpleasant events in my life because they keep reoccurring at work.  I have been placed on a system where I am been Networked against, so I cannot break the mould and move on.  To make matters worse am now been penalised in my job for doing the work am paid for, and they try to get information about people so that they can used it against them.  I can recall when I first came to the UK a friend told me that in the UK never tell others the TRUTH as they can’t deal with truths only lies, and am beginning to see the reality only after too late to my detriments.  My life has been turned upside down because of who I am, as well as my knowledge, values and beliefs and I feel trapped without seeing a way out of my dilemma.

Although I will continue following your campaign I can’t help but say I will continue to hold my opinions and keep them to myself, find solutions to my DEPRESSION without getting my employers involved.  Anything you say can come back to haunt you at a later date when you least expect it.  Even thou I have no one to share my concerns with I would prefer die than involve people at work.  This is because when concerns are raised they are shoved under the carpets by inexperienced Managers who lack knowledge, values and beliefs to deal with those concerns.  Fore and foremost US older employees are treated with disrespects whilst facing all kinds of DISCRIMINATIONS over which we cannot do anything for fear of been LABELED.  Since I do not have a voice and have no one to talk to I will be brave and stop myself from becoming a VICTIM by finding my own remedies.  The one good thing about this is I am a very resilient person and refused to give up without a fight, but I won’t make the same mistakes again by challenging Social Injustices and Inequalities.  Sticks and Stones may break my bones, but…

Thanks for being my sounding board as this means so much to me especially when am at a low ebb in my life trying to stay in the UK coping with the decline in my mum’s health.

Reflections – 27th October 2017: I am choosing not to edit the above as I want others to witness the anguish I have been through from 2004 in the UK. Please read my story at Once again I think I am/was taken advantage of by those who invegigled their way into my life and get my trust. That’s why I am fighting back at the threats of, because I have been conned by my bank, unions, solicitors, ACAS Reps, the Local Educational Authority, the systems and the establishments. But for me giving up is not an option. I am going down fighting, using the tools I am capable of making the most of. I am a WRITER and Photographer, the hobbies that I will be using to leave a lasting legacy showing the world my experiences in life empowered me to take on ADVOCACY.