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Sep 25, 2013
Dr David Laing Dawson, a psychiatrist and film director of documentaries on serious mental illness as well as an internationally known writer, will be giving a presentation to the Home on the Hill Agency in Richmond Hill on October 1, 2013

Sep 09, 2013
In an advanced review of Unfaithful Mind, one reviewer compared this book to A Beautiful Mind and said the book "is heartbreaking, beautiful, and everything all at once.

Sep 04, 2013
Ross, a publisher, writer and Huffington Post Blogger, will give the keynote address at the Family Association For Mental Health Everywhere (FAME) Annual General Meeting September 24, 2013 in Toronto and is their 2013 Hall of FAME Honoree

Aug 19, 2013
Sakeenah and Anika Francis (a mother with schizophrenia and her daughter) talk about the power of resilience, connections, and hope as keys to long term recovery in mental illness at upcoming Cleveland conference.

Jul 09, 2013
Having a greater understanding of different ethnicities’ experience with schizophrenia is important for those in the mental health field because culture and race can impact treatment.

May 28, 2013
Therapist, former teacher and now author, Pearl Goodman, in her poignant memoir, Peril: from Jackboots to Jack Benny, delves into the depths of how trauma works to destroy the resolve to live and how making sense can rebuild that resolve.

Apr 08, 2013
Peril: From Jackboots to Jack Benny will be at the London Book Fair April 15-17 and author, Pearl Goodman, the daughter of Holocaust survivors, explains why she wrote the book about her life, and the impact the Holocaust had on her and her...

Feb 06, 2013
A Cinderella story in reverse - from a well-respected African American family, college grad and homecoming queen to the ravages of schizophrenia. Despite the mother losing everything and with the trauma on the daughter, love endured.

Jan 22, 2013
Pearl Goodman whose book is described as a thought-provoking memoir of growing up as the child of Holocaust survivors will be discussing her book and the impact that the Holocaust had on children of survivors on January 27, 2013

Jan 10, 2013
Author of What A Life Can Be: One Therapist's Take on Schizo-Affective Disorder, Dr Carolyn Dobbins, will be discussing her life and information on schizo-affective disorder with Darlene Hunter Saturday, January 12, 2013 at 1:20 EST



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