British survivor of Paris attacks faces months to speak to counsellor

Michael O’Connor, a survivor of the Paris terrorist attacks of November 13, 2015 has slammed the UK’s National Health Service for its long waiting lists as he says this highlights how bad mental health services are in the UK. Mr. O’Connor was told he could not see a counsellor for three months writes Javier Espinoza in the Independent on December 21, 2015

O’Connor threw himself on top of his girlfriend to protect her during the attack at the Bataclan Theatre.

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