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10 WAYS WOMEN WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS SUFFER MORE

10 WAYS WOMEN WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESS SUFFER MORE Women with a psychiatric disease are more likely to be arrested, incarcerated, victimized or suicidal, according to a review of research from the Treatment Advocacy Center Women with severe mental illness suffer...

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7 Red Flags That Your Child Needs a Therapist

Note: This article does not take the place of consulting with a mental health practitioner. If you have concerns about the mental health of your child, seek help immediately. Worrying is normal, these other signs are not by: Katie Hurley By the time many kids sit down...

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Remembering Harriet Shetler #internationalwomensday

Harriet Shetler, Co-Founder of NAMI By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. ~ 1 min read Harriet Shetler has passed away at the age of 92. (2010) She helped found the organization that eventually became the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI), and was a tireless advocate on...

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Black History Month – African Americans and Mental Health

Healthy Minds. Healthy Lives. Raising awareness. Improving understanding. Friday, February 27, 2015 Black History Month – African Americans and Mental Health Ranna Parekh, MD, MPH As we celebrate Black History Month, we reflect on African Americans’ place in US...

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Scientific American: A better way to diagnose psychosis?

• By Thomas R. Insel on March 1, 2016 If you are unfortunate enough to develop acute chest pain this winter, you will probably be assessed by a clinician who will order a battery of tests to determine if your symptoms result from pneumonia, bronchitis, heart disease...

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