How to help the mentally ill in a time of shrinking budgets

How does mental health become a top priority so that help is available to all who need it? This problem has deep roots, and solutions are elusive and complex. It is time to stop talking about helping people with psychiatric illness and actually do something to help...

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Professor Andrew Chanen

Professor Andrew Chanen is the Deputy Director of research at Orygen: The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, Board Director of NEABPD Australia and the President of ISSPD (International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders). He is the...

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Interview with Barb Mullen

Barbara Mullen is one of the specialist leaders in Australia’s first Family Connections®course. Family Connections®is an evidence-based program developed by the U.S. NEABPD organisation. It runs for 12 weeks, is free, and (as the name suggests) is for families...

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Marsha Linehan talks personally

New York Times Article The Power of Rescuing Others: Marsha Linehan, a therapist and researcher at the University of Washington who suffered from borderline personality disorder, recalls the religious experience that transformed her as a young woman. By BENEDICT CAREY...

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