Enhancing learning and teaching about mental health across the disciplines
'Welcome to Mad in America Continuing Education. Our mission is to provide on-line courses based on research that is free of commercial interest on topics such as psychiatric medications, including their long-term effects, and alternatives that promote long-term recovery. The courses grant professional continuing education (CEUs) and continuing medical education (CME) credits for physicians, psychologists, social workers, nurses, marriage and family…Continue
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Taking a closer look at the pertinent issues in contemporary mental health care, this new series gets to the heart of what matters in mental health practice. This new, interdisciplinary series explores key issues with a focus on working in an enabling and facilitative way.
Books in the series so far…
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This final special feature in the Asylumseries focuses on critical approaches to mental health in comics. We begin with a comic from Liam Geary Baulch about being caught in the system, and then there are some personal reflections from Andrew Voyce about sequential art and mental health. This is followed by a challenging reflection on trauma from Nicolas Verstappen, and a practice-based article by Valentino Zullo, about how therapists might consider superhero origin stories as a useful model.…Continue
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The vision of Emergence by Design is to develop an international community around new theory, practices and tools able to construct a socially sustainable future.This international community, founded on existing social innovation groups, will collectively develop these new practices and tools on the basis of a shared theoretical understanding of how to drive and support social change.
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