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Tag Archives: Psychiatric
Ron Coleman is a self-described ex-rugby player and ex-schizophrenic. He is also an author, mental health trainer, and consultant. Karen Taylor, Coleman’s wife and director of their organization Working Toward Recovery, is a psychiatric nurse with over 16 years experience … Continue reading
As the recession continues, unemployment remains at 9.6%, and now government budgets are being slashed. Not surprisingly, mental health services are some of the first to get cut when times are tough. In a recent New York Times article, the … Continue reading
Posted by Jessica Arenella, Moderator “What’s all this talk about empowerment? I can tell you the definition of empowerment: “It’s a decent paycheck at the end of the week.” Quotation quoted by Patricia Deegan, Ph.D. in her incisive and inspiring … Continue reading