Monthly Archives: July 2017

‘Too different’ and ‘psychosis’

by Kevin Healey I live in Toronto a city where, more than other places I’ve lived in or visited, it is easier to see what “diversity” means,  at least at one level. For example, according to information reported on the … Continue reading

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Minority Mental Health Awareness Month: Spotlight on Psychosis

July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month . According to the website for the National Network to Eliminate Disparities in Behavioral Health, Minority Mental Health Awareness Month was started in 2008 by the US government in an effort to improve access to mental … Continue reading

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Interview with ISPS member Gregory Shankland

One of the things I like most about ISPS is the diversity of its members. We are truly a creative mix of people including (but not limited to): people with lived experience of voices, visions & extreme states, researchers, students, psychologists, … Continue reading

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