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By PIMSY EHR
PIMSY EHR signs agreement to add Aym Technologies Revenue Cycle Management services to its suite of solutions for the outpatient services community.

By Florida Comprehensive Autism Center
It will bring much needed autism services to Broward County and surrounding areas.

By Excitement Radio, Inc.
We want You to Join Us on "GetChaMindRight" on Excitement Radio Thursday May 29 at 7pm EST to discuss: The Medicating of Society - Especially Children

By Stein Wellness Center
Cleveland doctor blends science, mind-body approach and firsthand experience

By Center for Behavioral Medicine
While many Doctors are closing their doors in fear of the Affordable Care Act, the residents of the cities of Port Orange and New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County, Fl are excited about this group of physicians taking a bold step forward.

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
The situation became so dire that the U.S. Secretary of Defense called suicide in the military an “epidemic.”

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Neuro-Innovation, part of Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 2014, will be held on February 10 in San Francisco.

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
Thirty one school shootings and/or school-related acts of violence have been committed by those taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs resulting in 162 wounded and 72 killed

By ISEPP
Successfully treating the estimated one out of five American children with mood or behavioral disorders through lifestyle changes and psychotherapy rather than suppressing the symptoms with drugs is the focus of upcoming Mental Health Conference.

By ISEPP
The International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry (ISEPP) commends Rep. Jeff Miller, chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, for requesting more details regarding Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis' medical records from the VA.

By OCD Moments
Writer Jefferson Jordan has just released his book Great Moments in OCD History available in print through Amazon.com and digitally on Kindle. This book is a candid and humorous look at life with OCD.

By 10thdegree
Writer Jefferson Jordan has launched a kickstarter campaign for a book that is a humorous and candid look as life with OCD. In it he talks about how he got it and what life was like growing up with it.

By Orenstein Solutions
Orenstein Solutions has updated their newsletter to offer new and improved features.

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
CCHR announces its support for two Connecticut mothers, Sheila Mathews and Patricia Sabato, of the national parents' rights organization Able Child, who garnered hundreds of signatures from Sandy Hook residents backing the need for the Connecticut...

By Virginia Interventional Psychiatry
Richmond, Virginia - March 12, 2013 - Virginia Interventional Psychiatry began treating patients with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy this month in their Glen Allen Clinic, just North of Innsbrook.

By 3-C Family Services, PA.
Research-based Clinical Practice Launches Podcast Series in Effort to Help Individuals Lead Enriched and Fulfilled Lives

By Benchmark Systems
Mental Health Center in Sioux City, IA is streamlining clinical documentation with leading edge technology

By Citizens Commsssion on Human Rights
Documentary reveals the untold story of psychotropic drugging.

By ISEPP
Psychiatrist James Gordon, founder of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, DC.and author of "Unstuck," is scheduled as a keynote speaker for the ISEPP 2012 conference Nov. 2 & 3, 2012 in Philadelphia.

By ICANotes
Leading behavioral health EHR provider releases new features to streamline workflow for psychiatric hospitals and other inpatient mental health facilities.

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By Dr. Hamlin Emory, M.D.
Neuroscience For Clinical Medicine and Neuropsychiatry www.dremory.com

By MyVoice Publishing
MyVoice Publishing are delighted to announce the publication of Laurie Wilkinson's second volume of his poetry, MORE Poetic Views of Life.

By MyVoice PUblishing
Laurie Wilkinson, The Psychy Poet from Eastbourne, won acceptance into the Great British Write Off for 2014 with his poem, Eye Line Smile, which will be published on 30th November in their book, A Way With Words.

By PIMSY EHR
PIMSY EHR signs agreement to add Aym Technologies Revenue Cycle Management services to its suite of solutions for the outpatient services community.

By Go Panic Free
The psychiatric health industry just got its wake-up call: GoPanicFree.com latest guide release: Solving and overcoming anxiety and panic attacks naturally & cost-effectively.

By Florida Comprehensive Autism Center
It will bring much needed autism services to Broward County and surrounding areas.

By Excitement Radio, Inc.
We want You to Join Us on "GetChaMindRight" on Excitement Radio Thursday May 29 at 7pm EST to discuss: The Medicating of Society - Especially Children

By bridgeross Communications
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.

By MyVoice Publishing
Laurie Wilkinson is a Senior Psychiatric Nurse from Eastbourne. He records what he sees in poetry, in a different, powerful manner designed to provoke emotional response from the reader.

By Stein Wellness Center
Cleveland doctor blends science, mind-body approach and firsthand experience

By Center for Behavioral Medicine
While many Doctors are closing their doors in fear of the Affordable Care Act, the residents of the cities of Port Orange and New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County, Fl are excited about this group of physicians taking a bold step forward.

By e-Psychiatry
Learn how emergency rooms, physicians, and clinics provide telepsychiatry to their patients, e-Psychiatry delivers the best in emergency and consultation-liaison telepsychiatry.

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
The situation became so dire that the U.S. Secretary of Defense called suicide in the military an “epidemic.”

By Cambridge Healthtech Institute
Neuro-Innovation, part of Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 2014, will be held on February 10 in San Francisco.

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
Thirty one school shootings and/or school-related acts of violence have been committed by those taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs resulting in 162 wounded and 72 killed

By The Wellspring Foundation
Dr. David Matuskey Psychiatrist Joins Wellspring in Adult Program at Angelus House Bethlehem, Conn.

By ISEPP
Successfully treating the estimated one out of five American children with mood or behavioral disorders through lifestyle changes and psychotherapy rather than suppressing the symptoms with drugs is the focus of upcoming Mental Health Conference.

By ISEPP
The International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry (ISEPP) commends Rep. Jeff Miller, chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, for requesting more details regarding Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis' medical records from the VA.

By Dr. Naomi Kehati-Bronner.
Spotlite Radio is Proud to Present Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Naomi Kehati-Bronner.

By Omnific Publishing
Psychological Story of Love Between Ex-cons Evokes Shades of Orange Is The New Black

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
The “disorders” in the diagnostic manual are invented by psychiatrists and placed in the DSM for the sole purpose of increasing the numbers of diagnosis that can be made.

By OCD Moments
Writer Jefferson Jordan has just released his book Great Moments in OCD History available in print through Amazon.com and digitally on Kindle. This book is a candid and humorous look at life with OCD.

By Citizens Commkission on Human Rights
There isn’t a single aspect of behavior that doesn’t fall within the broad ‘symptoms’ which comprise so-called ‘mental illness.

By 10thdegree
Writer Jefferson Jordan has launched a kickstarter campaign for a book that is a humorous and candid look as life with OCD. In it he talks about how he got it and what life was like growing up with it.

By Benchmark Systems
Psychiatry practice in St. Peters, MO is increasing healthcare automation with Practice Management Solution

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
20 million children are labeled with "mental disorders" that are based solely on a checklist of behaviors.

By Orenstein Solutions
Orenstein Solutions has updated their newsletter to offer new and improved features.

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
CCHR announces its support for two Connecticut mothers, Sheila Mathews and Patricia Sabato, of the national parents' rights organization Able Child, who garnered hundreds of signatures from Sandy Hook residents backing the need for the Connecticut...

By Virginia Interventional Psychiatry
Richmond, Virginia - March 12, 2013 - Virginia Interventional Psychiatry began treating patients with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy this month in their Glen Allen Clinic, just North of Innsbrook.

By 3-C Family Services, PA.
Research-based Clinical Practice Launches Podcast Series in Effort to Help Individuals Lead Enriched and Fulfilled Lives

By Orenstein Solutions
With the recent addition of Dr. Kate Johnson, MD, Orenstein Solutions now offers psychological evaluations, child, individual, and family counseling as well as medication management to support Triangle families.

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
The “disorders” in the diagnostic manual are invented by psychiatrists and placed in the DSM for the sole purpose of increasing the numbers of diagnosis that can be made.

By Benchmark Systems
Mental Health Center in Sioux City, IA is streamlining clinical documentation with leading edge technology

By 3C Family Services
Research-based Clinical Practice Updates Online Experience in Effort to Make Process Easier for Clients

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
Psychiatric assault is a very common occurrence over the world, but all too often the perpetrator is only slapped on the wrist by being given a fine or suspension from practice for these criminal activities

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
Many of psychiatry’s same oppressive actions of the Nazi era—kidnapping, involuntary incarceration, enforced treatment and the forcible taking of children—are still occurring today.

By Padgug Enterprises LLC
Daniel Padgug offers his two cents with "Your Two Sense Worth," providing ways of self-help and self-improvement.

By Citizens Commsssion on Human Rights
Documentary reveals the untold story of psychotropic drugging.

By ISEPP
Psychiatrist James Gordon, founder of the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, DC.and author of "Unstuck," is scheduled as a keynote speaker for the ISEPP 2012 conference Nov. 2 & 3, 2012 in Philadelphia.

By ISEPP
The 2012 conference of the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry is scheduled for November 2 and 3 at the Philadelphia Airport Marriott Hotel.

By ISEPP
Philadelphia, PA: The International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry (ISEPP) announced today that it is extending the early registration discount date for its 2012 conference to September 30, 2012.

By Choices of Alabama LLC
New Behavioral Health Clinic Dedicated to Providing Quality Care in a Comfortable Setting

By ISEPP
Alternatives to Biological Psychiatry: Treatments That Work is the theme of the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry (ISEPP) 2012 annual conference, scheduled for November 2 and 3 at the Philadelphia Airport Marriott Hotel.

By ICANotes
Leading behavioral health EHR provider releases new features to streamline workflow for psychiatric hospitals and other inpatient mental health facilities.

By Dr Pradeep K Chadha
According to experts many people suffering with depression do not get any treatment.

By Dr Pradeep K Chadha
A group of psychiatrists are studying and using complementary therapies with psychiatric drugs. This group held a conference recently in Philadelphia to encourage 'integrative psychiatry'.

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
A video documentary produced by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights international called “Dead Wrong” exposes how devastating—and deadly—psychiatric drugs can be for children and families.

By Sergei Kasian
This story is about the insides of the worst places imaginable – punitive psychiatric institutions in the former USSR. It is about young people who, in their pursuit of spiritual freedom, undermined the main principle of Soviet rule – Fear.

By OCPAM
Orange County Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine is moving effective immediately into the Neurosciences Institute on the lower campus of Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, CA.

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.



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