Monthly Archives: January 2014

To This Day: Spoken word artist Shane Koyczan on the trauma of bullying

There is increasing interest and evidence in the possibility of trauma as a cause of psychiatric disability, or, more correctly stated, different mental states. Such an explanation seems logical, even as Organized Psychiatry clings to reductionist biogenetic notions of insufficient … Continue reading

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New Residential Treatment Facility: Colorado Recovery

Colorado Recovery (CR) provides adults with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or other serious mental illness, access to a community-based residential treatment facility, intensive outpatient treatment, and rehabilitation services. CR operates a residential treatment facility, Balsam House, in Boulder, Colorado. Its staff … Continue reading

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New Blog: Father Pete Earley reports on tragic tale of VA State Senator Deeds

Journalist Pete Earley is an ardent mental health advocate. A journalist and author, he has written 13 books, including 2007 Pulitzer Prize finalist Crazy: A Father’s Search Through America’s Mental Health Madness, an account about his exasperating struggles with the … Continue reading

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