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New test reduces trial-and-error process for mental health drugs

Picking up a prescription from the pharmacy always includes general warnings. When it comes to more complex medications that are used to treat mental health disorders — such as antidepressants or antipsychotics — a patient...

source: By Rachael Mattice
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A Thousand Paper Cuts: Addressing the Impact of Diversity Dynamics is an interactive, live webinar which forwards the conversations to celebrate our differences, while recognizing the unspoken impact of our cultures. Register today for this live webinar on Thursday, Sept....

source: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

I have been in psychiatric recovery for the last ten years. In fact, I have made a feature film about that recovery entitled, "OC87: The Obsessive Compulsive, Major Depression, Bipolar, Asperger's Movie." I have been diagnosed with all the diseases found in the title of...

source: By: Bud Clayman, Editor in Chief of OC87 Recovery

The March for Dignity takes place tomorrow, Monday, Aug. 24, on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. PRA is a Supporting Partner with Destination Dignity, part of the coalition with NYAPRS, Mental Health America, The Kennedy Forum, National Alliance on Mental Illness, National...

source: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

April 9-23, 2016 (Applications due 02/05/16) July 9-23, 2016 (Applications due 05/06/16) November 5-19, 2016 (Applications due 09/02/16) For additional information, visit PRA's CPRP webpage.

source: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

Imagine the prototypical violent criminal, like the one who appears on the news after committing a horrible act. It's a common belief that individuals like this often suffer from a long history of mental illness that compels them to act destructively. But new research published...

source: Association for Psychological Science

A war where the enemy's strategy is to convince you that the war is not actually happening. That's how University of Wisconsin-Madison student Annette Leach described the battle against mental illness at NAMI Jefferson County's "Reach­ing Out" event. NAMI, the National...

source: Daily Jefferson County Union


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