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By Discovery Fit & Health
PSYCH WEEK Programming Event Kicks off on May 26 on Discovery Fit & Health

By bridgeross Communications
Bridgeross Authors of Love's All That Makes Sense: A Mother Daughter Memoir and When Quietness Came: A Neuroscientist's Personal Journey with Schizophrenia will speak about their experiences at three upcoming meetings.

By Bridgeross Communications
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.

By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released author Tess Almendarez Lojocano's novel "The Book of Zane."

By NAMIWalk SF Bay Area
"Cracked Not Broken: Surviving and Thriving After a Suicide Attempt" Author Kevin Hines Speaks about Mental Health at the 9th Annual NAMIWalk SF Bay Area Opening Ceremony in Golden Gate Park on June 1st

By ISEPP
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 NAMIWalk SF Bay Area
Eight Bay Area County NAMI Affiliates Join Forces to Raise Funds Amid Drastic Cuts to State Mental Health Services to Provide FREE Services

By Silverdarts Press
Novel about Schizophrenia discounted May 1-31, 2013 to help raise awareness and compassion about mental illness

By CNS Healthcare
A Beautiful Mind Presented at West Oaks Branch Library with Guest Speaker, Deborah Renner of CNS Healthcare on Wednesday, May 15, 6 p.m.

By The Kineo Group
$40,000 seed grant from Associate Board will be used to explore causes of autism, attention deficit disorders, schizophrenia and other diseases

By Cheektowaga Media Distribution
Boggles Brown, homeless and indigent middle-aged, tri-sexual, desititue old male hustler - isolated into himself yet surrounded by humanity. A ink and pen rambling of abstract thought . Not your evening newspaper comic strip.

By Bridgeross Communications
Vancouver author and artist, Sandra Yuen Mackay, whose book My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery From Mental Illness which chronicles her struggles has been awarded the Courage to Come Back Award - Mental Health for 2012 by Coast Mental Health

By Terri Morgan
Fictional memoir of a 32-year-old wife and mother who grew up with two schizophrenic parents. The novel explores how both nature and nurture shapes a person's life.

By Bridgeross Communications
The Brush The Pen and Recovery, a 33 minute documentary film from Bridgeross Communications and the Gallery on the Bay , has been selected by the Hamilton Film Festival for screening on November 2, 2011 at 7:00 PM

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By Discovery Fit & Health
PSYCH WEEK Programming Event Kicks off on May 26 on Discovery Fit & Health

By bridgeross Communications
Bridgeross Authors of Love's All That Makes Sense: A Mother Daughter Memoir and When Quietness Came: A Neuroscientist's Personal Journey with Schizophrenia will speak about their experiences at three upcoming meetings.

By JD Publish
Best seller "Pa’ pas fou“ translated "An undivided love - Daughter of a schizophrenic" which is the translation of "Pa’ pas fou - Fille de schizophrène" by Samantha King and Evelyn Laverick.

By GlobalData
Schizophrenia Treatment Market: Novel Products to Provide Slight Boost by 2022, While Unmet Needs Remain, says GlobalData

By Bridgeross Communications
As does the publisher. Three of the Bridgeross books have been listed as among the top books on schizophrenia by US psychiatrist, E Fuller Torrey, in his latest edition of the classic Understanding Schizophrenia A Manual For Families.

By On Call PR
Community support has been over-the-top for the first South Florida 2013 NAMIWalks event, "Walking for Mental Health," to be held Saturday, November 9 in Tradewinds Park, Coconut Creek

By Lightword Publishing
The book Loving Andrew: A Fifty-Two-Year Story of Down Syndrome, by Romy Wyllie, was reviewed in the early fall, 2013 edition of the Mindquest Review of Books, and awarded “Featured Book” status for this issue.

By Bridgeross Communications
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.

By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released author Tess Almendarez Lojocano's novel "The Book of Zane."

By Take It With You Media
Knowledge Of Spirit Radio Interviews Psychic Surgeon Andrew Porter who claims to have a cure For Schizophrenia on UPRN 107.7 FM New Orleans. Every Friday 6-8PM CST or listen live on www.knowledgeofspirit.com.

By NAMIWalk SF Bay Area
"Cracked Not Broken: Surviving and Thriving After a Suicide Attempt" Author Kevin Hines Speaks about Mental Health at the 9th Annual NAMIWalk SF Bay Area Opening Ceremony in Golden Gate Park on June 1st

By ISEPP
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 NAMIWalk SF Bay Area
Eight Bay Area County NAMI Affiliates Join Forces to Raise Funds Amid Drastic Cuts to State Mental Health Services to Provide FREE Services

By Silverdarts Press
Novel about Schizophrenia discounted May 1-31, 2013 to help raise awareness and compassion about mental illness

By Strategic Book Group
"Distant Voices, Distant Rooms" delves into a topic that few discuss in polite conversation.

By Healing Streams
This is the totally true story of one who entered into the "straight jacket" of paranoid schizophrenia--and returned to tell about it! The author is an Episcopal priest who currently leads Healing Streams Ministry and serves as Chaplain in the recovery...

By CNS Healthcare
A Beautiful Mind Presented at West Oaks Branch Library with Guest Speaker, Deborah Renner of CNS Healthcare on Wednesday, May 15, 6 p.m.

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 College of Mental Health Counseling
This report from the College of Mental Health Counseling is a call for public awareness of serious 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 College of Mental Health Counseling
In the aftermath of the Aurora theater shooting, the College of Mental Health Counseling at collegemhc.com recommends a public awareness effort to help identify possible serious mental illness in friends and family members.

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 College of Mental Health Counseling
In the wake of the Colorado theater massacre, the College of Mental Health Counseling at collegemhc.com calls for psychological testing for high risk populations to identify serious mental illness and prevent mass killing.

By Bridgeross Communications
That was one headline on Jordan Ramsay's murder and attempted murder of his parents. His schizophrenia meds were replaced by vitamins. Learn the bizarre history of Truehope and their alleged "cure" in the re-release of Pig Pills on Kindle and Kobo.

By Goodman Beck Publishing
Author Karen Winters Schwartz expertly elicits empathy and skillfully advocates to those who simply just don’t "get it."

By Bridgeross Communications
David Laing Dawson has been investigating schizophrenia for over 30 years as a psychiatrist, film director and writer. Schizophrenia in Focus is the latest of his four films - documentaries and a feature - all now available via cuttingforstone.com.

By Bridgeross Communications
That is the story told in this just released true memoir by Erin L Hawkes entitled When Quietness Came: A Neuroscientist's Personal Journey With Schizophrenia. The latest in a series of books on schizophrenia from Bridgeross Communications.

By The Kineo Group
$40,000 seed grant from Associate Board will be used to explore causes of autism, attention deficit disorders, schizophrenia and other diseases

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 Cheektowaga Media Distribution
Boggles Brown, homeless and indigent middle-aged, tri-sexual, desititue old male hustler - isolated into himself yet surrounded by humanity. A ink and pen rambling of abstract thought . Not your evening newspaper comic strip.

By Bridgeross Communications
Vancouver author and artist, Sandra Yuen Mackay, whose book My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery From Mental Illness which chronicles her struggles has been awarded the Courage to Come Back Award - Mental Health for 2012 by Coast Mental Health

By Church Basement Press
Paul Komarek’s new book Defying Mental Illness is the first to bring the techniques of mental illness recovery to general audiences.

By Dicks + Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency
Nick Nanton, Esq. and JW Dicks, Esq., personal branding experts and co-founders of Dicks and Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency, have recently signed nationally recognized psychiatrist, Dr. John Moranville.

By Terri Morgan
Fictional memoir of a 32-year-old wife and mother who grew up with two schizophrenic parents. The novel explores how both nature and nurture shapes a person's life.

By Bridgeross Communications
The Brush The Pen and Recovery, a 33 minute documentary film from Bridgeross Communications and the Gallery on the Bay , has been selected by the Hamilton Film Festival for screening on November 2, 2011 at 7:00 PM

By Bridgeross Communications
My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery From Mental Illness is described as an illuminating portrayal in the current issue of the NAMI Advocate. The review also says the book is a gripping story that will capture any reader.

By Pacific Sand Storm Productions
Are you in need of a glass of wine and a book that will torture you with beautifully poetry? We thought so! Although we can only recommend the wine, “My Secret Spot” will provide you with the beautifully poetry!!

By Gina Snow, GSA Communications
[NOTE TO Producers, Reporters, Assignment & Calendar Editors: Please help us spread the word about the San Francisco Bay Area 5K NAMIWalk on May 21, 2011. Interviews are available leading up to the walk and on-site the "Day Of." Thank you! ]

By Fast Market Research
New Pharmaceuticals research report from GlobalData is now available from Fast Market Research

By Joe Walsh
Piribo, the online destination for Pharma intelligence, has added a new report.

By Adiant Solutions
A Scottsdale-based company was recently awarded the U.S. distributor rights for the S-911 Bracelet —the most advanced personal locater device available. The device was also recognized by ASIS International as one of its 2010 ASIS Accolades winners.

By Bridgeross Communications
Library Journal continues with "the book takes on a life of its own as MacKay relates her life long struggles......(and) "finds her salvation through art and writing as she learns to capitalize on creative insights gleaned from her ...mental illness

By Bridgeross Communications
After Her Brain Broke: Helping My Daughter Recover Her Sanity, NAMI said, "emphasizes the importance of family and individual education and empowerment" EUFAMI called it "a must read."

By Bridgeross Communications
Ms Inman will be at the National Alliance on Mental Illness convention in Washington, DC and will be signing copies of her book, After Her Brain Broke: Helping My Daughter Recover Her Sanity at 3:00PM, Friday July 2 at the convention book store.

By reports-research.com
Schizophrenia played a prominent role at this year's American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting due to the prevailing high level of unmet need.

By Bridgeross Communications
When she couldn't find other people's stories but realized from the statistics that many were experiencing similar pain, she wrote After Her Brain Broke about her daughter to help others. You can listen to her April 18, 4:30 PM to 4:55 PM EDT

By Byron J. Richards, Founder/Director of Wellness
The finding is the first of its kind and it essentially means that the roads and highways that hold brain cells in position are at least as important as the neurotransmitter status that up to this time has received the lion’s share of attention.

By Bridgeross Communications
Well known US psychiatrist and author, E. Fuller Torrey describes the book as "a model for families". Dr. Daniel Kalla says "a must read for families coping with mental illness and an eyeopener for those of us lucky enough not to have been affected."

By Eric Baizer
"Crazy Art," a new documentary profiling three artists with schizophrenia, has just premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The DVD of the informative and moving 58-minute film goes on sale in March.



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