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On recovery as the mission of the mental health system by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 10 Jun 2012 4:59am (This post is largely based on the work of Dr. William Anthony who writing over 20 years ago was still well ahead of our times.) In a small essay entitled, “Recovery from mental illness:  The Guiding Vision of the Mental Health System of the 1990′s”,  written over 20 years ago Dr. William Anthony layed out the dimensions that needed to be a ... Read on »
The best of Hopeworks: On recovery as the mission of the mental health system by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 24 Jul 2012 5:02am (This post is largely based on the work of Dr. William Anthony who writing over 20 years ago was still well ahead of our times.) In a small essay entitled, “Recovery from mental illness:  The Guiding Vision of the Mental Health System of the 1990′s”,  written over 20 years ago Dr. William Anthony layed out the dimensions that needed to be a ... Read on »
On recovery as the mission of the mental health system by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 31 Jul 2013 1:13pm from the archives   This post is largely based on the work of Dr. William Anthony who writing over 20 years ago was still well ahead of our times.) In a small essay entitled, “Recovery from mental illness:  The Guiding Vision of the Mental Health System of the 1990′s”,  written over 20 years ago Dr. William Anthony layed out the dim ... Read on »
Mental Health Humor: 2008 Top Ten Cartoons (2 and 1) by chatobstewart .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 31 Dec 2008 12:00am Avoid post fraud, view all My posts at MentalHealthhumor.today.com By: Chato B Stewart Mental Health Humor: 2008 Top Ten Cartoons #2 Coming in at number 2 is Frosty getting frosted with his happy pill no doubt!   #1 If there is one cartoon that really signifies ... Read on »
Dr. William Anthony and the mission of recovery by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 17 Nov 2013 2:23pm from the archives This post is largely based on the work of Dr. William Anthony who writing over 20 years ago was still well ahead of our times.) In a small essay entitled, “Recovery from mental illness:  The Guiding Vision of the Mental Health System of the 1990′s”,  written over 20 years ago Dr. William Anthony layed out the dimension ... Read on »
The foundation for excellence in mental health care by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 12 Mar 2011 8:12pm The following is from the foundation for excellence in mental health care is basically self explanatory.  This foundation is one of the most helpful steps towards a new paradigm in mental health care I have found.  I urge you find further information out about it and support it in any way you can.     Foundation for Excellence in Me ... Read on »
The foundation for excellence in mental health care- a new symposium by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 23 Aug 2011 9:29pm The foundation for excellence in mental health care is getting ready to hold its next symposium next month in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  For those who do not know the foundation found its birth initially through the work of Robert Whittaker and his hope that the mental health system can really improve in real and significant ways.  It has gr ... Read on »
Mentally Ill or Just a Scumbag? by Dr. Rob Dobrenski Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Thu 16 Jul 2009 10:51pm I recently watched the film What Doesn't Kill You, starring Mark Ruffalo and Ethan Hawke [1]. Without giving spoilers, at one point in the film both men beat up a known Pedophile. As the two characters are punching and kicking and basically using the guy's face as a speed bag they are both yelling, "You sick fuck! You sick bastard!" I immed ... Read on »
Mental Health and Information Technology by Steve Beller Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 20 Oct 2008 3:54pm NAMI of Indiana Conference I just returned from a wonderful conference about mental illness at NAMI of Indiana. NAMI— the National Alliance on Mental Illness —founded in 1979, is the nation's largest grassroots organization for people with mental illness and their families with affiliates in every state. Their mission is "to eradication of men ... Read on »
A shocking story about the Armed Forces and Mental Illness by Carol BipolarHubby Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 1:04am I found this article while I was looking for something else, and I thought some of you might be interested in it. It made me very angry. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/12/01/AR2007120101782. 'A Soldier's Officer' by Dana Priest and Anne Hull Washington Post Staff Writers Sunday, December 2, 2007; A01 ... Read on »