Sep 19, 2023
A collection of blog post by Canadian psychiatrist, Dr. David Laing Dawson with such topics as a cornered narcissist is not a pretty sight.
May 01, 2022
Since 2008, Bridgeross has produced 12 titles exploring schizophrenia. Our titles have been well accepted and highly rated by readers. In honor of mental health month starting May 1, the kindle versions are reduced to under $5.00
Apr 29, 2021
Best selling author, Erin Hawkes-Emiru, (When Quietness Came A Neuroscientist's Personal Journey with Schizophrenia), has combined her experiences with her clients as a peer support worker with her expertise in neuroscience in her latest book.
Apr 26, 2021
Bridgeross Communications, a niche publisher focusing on mental illness, has just released three new books on schizophrenia joining 9 earlier books that have all received significant praise and/or been recommended by mental illness specialist
Apr 05, 2021
Medicine has made tremendous progress but there is a growing public distrust reflected in the growth of alternative treatments, anti-vax rhetoric, anti-mask protests and anti-psychiatry.
Mar 18, 2021
A self described terminal optimist, Jude has become a successful artist, singer, and public speaker. How she accomplished this when many people with schizophrenia have less success is the subject of her book with many examples of her art in color.
Apr 09, 2019
Bridgeross author, Erin Emiru (Hawkes) and the author off When Quietness Came: A Neuroscientist's Personal Journey with Schizophrenia has just been named recipient of the Courage to Come Back Award in Mental Health in British Columbia.
Mar 21, 2019
Two Years of Trump on the Psychiatrist's Couch by Dr David Laing Dawson is a compilation of blog posts covering events over two years from the time Trump entered the race to the end of 2018
Feb 26, 2019
Two Years of Trump on the Psychiatrist's Couch by Canadian psychiatrist Dr David Laing Dawson was written because it is a time that anyone who can see the dangers has a duty to speak up.
Jan 09, 2019
New book of compiled blog posts by a psychiatrist and an advocate that differentiates between two terms commonly interchanged that are, in fact, different.