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from NAMI.org
A Groundbreaking Commitment to Psychiatric Research After receiving a $650 million gift The Broad Institute is set to try and find the genetic causes of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses.
YANA: We Are More Than Just Numbers
Helping Young People Share Their Experiences and Find Support
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month: The Time for Action Is Now
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Margaret Miglorati

August 12, 2014 - Dance/Movement Therapy; Why the Body and Movement Matter in Healing.

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http://www.piertraining.com/faculty/margaret-migliorati/

Margaret Migliorati

Margaret Miglorati is the lead clinician for The EARLY Program, an early intervention research treatment program at the University of New Mexico. 

In this role, Ms. Miglorati has led outreach efforts and has made over 100 presentations to nearly 3,000 individuals in the community about the early warning signs of serious mental illness. She also co-leads multifamily group  therapy and provides clinical oversight for the program.

Ms. Miglorati has a Masters of Arts degree in Dance Movement Therapy and Counseling Psychology from Antioch University New England.

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