My Promise as a Mental Health Nurse

By Shanda Whittle MSN, RN, CNL | Feb. 10, 2020
"In my 17 years of nursing, I’ve become an advocate for those who are vulnerable to the discrimination against mental illness. I bear the scars of this epidemic in our society."

Is This Recovery?

By Gabrielle Szynski | Feb. 05, 2020
"I did not win this time, but perhaps I will tomorrow. I may not be recovered right now. I may not be in a normal state of mind, but I will be again."

Two Antidotes to Stigma

By Katherine Ponte, BA, JD, MBA, CPRP | Feb. 03, 2020
"I wish all people with mental illness, whether we’re struggling or well, will be accepted, respected and fairly treated. It’s time for individual and social change that recognizes our humanity."

Learning to Take Care of Myself

By Izzy Gonçalves | Jan. 23, 2020
One of the biggest challenges of being a caregiver is prioritizing and taking care of your own needs. Here is how Izzy learned how to redifine his role as a caregiver allowing him more time and space for his own health and well-being.

5 Reminders for Survivors of Trauma

By Odelya Gertel Kraybill, Ph.D., LCPC | Jan. 17, 2020
Learn from a trauma therapist, who also has lived experience, some of the important aspects of recovering after surviving a traumatic experience. 
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