May 06, 2015
What is it like to have a family member, child, parent, or the person themselves suffer with a debilitating serious mental illness. Challenges, Obstacles, Success and Failure explained by those directly impacted.
Apr 22, 2015
A volume of 2 new one-act plays is the latest from the highly acclaimed writer and psychiatrist, David Laing Dawson whose works have been praised by Publishers Weekly, The Boston Globe, Library Journal and the Globe and Mail.
Apr 08, 2015
That is the case with many of the mentally ill we see in our cities. In her emotional memoir, Katherine Flannery Dering describes the impact on her extended family of their ill brother, Paul, as they struggled to care for him in life and in death.
Sep 29, 2014
Bridgeross author, Katherine Flannery Dering, has been awarded the Indie Book of the Day Award for her highly rated book, a bittersweet memoir about life and loss.
Sep 02, 2014
A presentation at the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) conference in Washington DC Sept 4 by Katherine Flannery Dering and Ilene Flannery Wells followed by a speaking tour of Northern California by Katherine Flannery Dering.
Jul 03, 2014
Schizophrenia tore their lives apart when, as a young mother, Sakeenah developed it. But, through it all, there was love which at times was the only thing that made sense to her and her daughter Anika. Their story is a message of hope that inspires.
Jun 03, 2014
Rep Murphy has put forth a bill in Congress called the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act of 2013. It has many supporters and detractors and has generated an opposing Bill put forth by Rep Barber. Bridgeross authors can provide context.
May 05, 2014
Pearl Goodman, author of, Peril From Jackboots Jack Benny, will be addressing other children of Holocaust survivors in a talk sponsored by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Apr 25, 2014
Sakeenah Francis and her daughter Anika, the authors of Love's All That Makes Sense, A Mother Daughter Memoir will be the keynote speakers at Recovery Resources on May 1, 2014
Apr 23, 2014
The mental health community is now more divided than ever with considerable opposition to the biomedical model of illness. This report explores the polarization that threatens the right to be well for people suffering with serious mental illness.