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By Piece of Cake PR
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly known as ‘Obamacare’, has been a staple of American debate and criticism since March of 2010.
The International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry today issued a statement strongly supporting the position statement on psychiatric diagnoses that was recently published by the Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP) of the British...
By Wise Media Group
Take action with this step-by-step guide merged in spirituality and collective wisdom: eight sets of specifications to repair the soul of the young child that each adult carries deep inside. Find well-being and thrive in active independence.
By Activ8rlives
Ever-growing waistlines could result in a big increase in the number of people who develop dementia in the future, researchers have warned. BBC News.
By Treatment For Mental Illness is the newly launched website that provides helpful articles on mental illness and several treatments that are ideal for everyone who suffers from any mental illness.
By Care Plus NJ, Inc.
Youth Mental Health First Aid training (YMHFA), designed to help identify risk factors and symptoms of mental illness in youth 12-18, is now available from Care Plus NJ, Inc., the only certified YMHFA trainers in the state of New Jersey.
By Friedman Marketing and Public Relations
Hustle to Fair Park for the Inaugural DISCO RUN May 19, 2013, produced by Dallas Athletes Racing
By Kathy Brandt, Monkshood Press
Book Release in Conjunction with May Mental Health Awareness Month
By Strategic Book Group
"Distant Voices, Distant Rooms" delves into a topic that few discuss in polite conversation.
By GWR Publicity
Terri Morgan, a freelance journalist, went looking for a writing project while caring for her terminally ill husband. She found the fictional memoir Playing the Genetic Lottery.
By On Call PR
The National Alliance on Mental Illness Peer-to-Peer consists of ten 2-hour units and is taught by a team of two trained “Mentors” and a volunteer support person who are personally experienced at living well with mental illness.
By Bridgeross Communications
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.
By Newbridge Place
The first Annual Winter Beach Party will be held on February 23, 2013 at 6:30 pm at the Medina County Fairgrounds Community Center. 735 Lafayette Rd. Medina, OH 44256 Music by The Travelin' Man & the Rockin' Boomers.
By Capita Conferences
Seize this opportunity to hear from and network with mental health leaders from across the country. And learn how to contribute to the transformation of mental health.
By Strategic Book Group
Bipolar Woman is Touched by the Hands of Destiny in Stirring Novel
By ANGLES Public Relations
William Eddy Warns of More Mass Shootings to Come Unless We Address Mental Health and Looming Youth Crisis 
By Brighton Press Room
Author Dawn Kopman Whidden introduces a chilling new look into mental illness and the secrets that lay dormant within our own genetic strands.
By Caminar
Caminar for Mental Health, a nonprofit organization that helps individuals with serious mental illness live independently, invites the community to an open house of its newly consolidated offices in San Mateo.
By People Incorporated Mental Health Services
Former State Senator to Pursue Strategic Growth on Behalf of $33 Million Organization
By Bridgeross Communications
The author of After Her Brain Broke was selected to receive a Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee Medal which recognizes outstanding Canadians and honours them for their contributions to fellow citizens, to their communities and to the country.
By Compulsion Books
The Line, the Itch and the Rabbit Hole is a dark, twisted and often hilarious memoir about one man's struggle with Tourette's, mental illness and drug addiction.
By Bridgeross Communications
David Laing Dawson has just released a new title of two one act plays - Here Not There - recently staged at the Hamilton ON Fringe Festival to positive reviews and My Name is Walter James Cross based on his filmed docudrama of the same name.
By Living With A Borderline
As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week 2012: Oct. 7-13, 2012, the blog "", is leading the charge against mental health malpractice
By The Kim Foundation
The Kim Foundation announces the launch of a mobile website in conjunction with a Nebraska statewide public awareness campaign, "Don't Be Sidelined", which focuses on mental illness.
By Strategic Book Group
Learn About Schizophrenia by Someone Who’s Been There in New Book, "Whispers: Behind the Eyes and Mind of a Schizophrenic"
By Todd Richardson
A new book by Todd Richardson M.D., The Medical Mystery of Vincent Van Gogh, examines the collective illnesses of the artist and is written to be interesting to anyone in the fields of medicine, art, or those intrigued by the man himself.
By Charlotte Behavioral Health Care
September is Recovery Month to promote the benefits of prevention, treatment, and recovery for mental and substance use disorders.
By John L. O'Brien, Ph.D.
Dr. John O'Brien has discovered and created 5 Steps, 5 Principles, and a simple fool-proof self-help process for millions motivated to find lasting happiness and emotional peace in their lives each day.
By NorCal Press
The Mental Health Guide explores a broad spectrum of mental health issues while discussing the role of professional help and the place of health insurance in treatment.
By Bridgeross Communications
Dr Carolyn Dobbins was honored by the Disability Resource Center for a life that reflects the spirit of the Americans With Disabilities Act by her helping to break down attitudinal barriers in society for those with mental illnesses.
By International Medical University Malaysia
Psychology is considered to be one of the most flexible course around the globe. It seeks to understand why people do the things they do. The answers to the question makes Psychology an important science of studying behaviors.
By Motivated by Nature
Award-winning children's author is FUNdraising for a cause that affects 1 in every 5 Canadians
By Brighton Press Room
Brad Madison, a mentally ill ten-year-old boy, confesses to the brutal slayings of both his parents…but, in this small New York town, darker secrets lay hidden.
By Amanda Green Author
This memoir is the life journey of a normal working class girl, trapped in a roller coaster world of disorder and excitement, love and joy, depression and anger. And her fight against mental illness.
By Strategic Book Group
"Psychotic Verses" was written within prison, hospital and asylums. It is like nothing you have ever read before.
By Goodman Beck Publishing
Author Karen Winters Schwartz expertly elicits empathy and skillfully advocates to those who simply just don’t "get it."
By Dicks and Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency
Dr. John T Moranville, MD was recently seen on NBC, CBS, ABC and FOX network affiliates around the country as an expert guest on The Brian Tracy Show.
By GSA Communications
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) 5K NAMIWalk San Francisco Bay Area is Saturday, June 2nd in Golden Gate Park’s Lindley Meadow. Comedian Brian Wetzel will kick-off the 2012 walk during the Opening Ceremony at 10:30 am.
By GSA Communications
Nine Bay Area County NAMI Affiliates Join Forces for 8th Annual NAMIWalk SF Bay Area to Raise Funds as the State of California Continues Drastic Cuts to Mental Health Services
By LadyLit Press
P.G. County Author K.L. Brady releases a new young adult novel, Soul of the Band: Making the Cut, is Book 1 in a three-part series exploring how African-American teens deal with mentally ill parents.
By Author
Chris Thrall left the Royal Marines to find fortune in Hong Kong, but a year later was in psychosis from crystal meth addiction and working for a major triad gang. "Eating Smoke", a humorous yet moving first book, is his account of what happened ...
By rhonda shrader
Thrive leaders share how immersive and virtual technology (VT) is being applied to a variety of clinical and therapeutic settings for PTSD, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, addiction and recovery.
By Strategic Book Group
This story extends beyond the thrill of hitting a hockey puck into a net. It travels deeper, into the spirit and camaraderie of his hockey teammates and into the fragile mind of his beleaguered brother, who is battling mental illness.
By Rob Seitz Communications
Recent headlines have called into question the mental stability of the individuals involved. This raises the question of why mental health tends to create public relations crises and why those involved haven't learned from the mistakes of others.
By Dr. Al Galves
The ISEPP 15th annual conference is scheduled for November 2 and 3, 2012 at the Philadelphia Airport Marriott Hotel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A Call for Papers is issued now through May 5, 2012.
By Celebrity Press Publishing
Dr. John T Moranville, MD has recently signed a publishing deal with CelebrityPress, a leading business book publishing company, along with other leading experts from around the world to release Cracking The Success Code.
By Smart Health Talk Radio Show
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy (TMS) is explained by Psychiatrist Dr. Tarique Perera on Smart Health Talk Radio show, April 22 at 4:00 pm PST on TMS can work when other treatments fail, and offers a new treatment option.
By Raider Publishing International
Raider Publishing International presents It's All in My Head by Eunoia Saleh
By University Behavioral Health of Denton
Drug addiction prevalent across the nation with no stereo-typical demographic.
By Part Time Fabulous
Award-winning Film, PART TIME FABULOUS, Chronicling the Silent Epidemic of Clinical Depression Screens March 1st & 3rd as an Official Selection in Competition at the 7th Annual Durango Independent Film Festival in Durango, Colorado.

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