“My dream was to become an English professor…” Words can move nations to war and enact peace between bitter long standing enemies. Words are the
Too many people carrying a mental health diagnosis in higher education are subject to discrimination, unfair and disproportionate disciplinary action & premature expulsion from campus
I needed some peace after the interviews. After all, I was a teenager in a foreign and what I believed to be a hostile place.
Together, in our lifetime, we will witness the last discharge of a person with a mental health condition from a hospital and make psychiatric prisons
We all need it to survive in this world: hope
We’re not sick anymore and we’re still not equal in the system that calls us peer professionals When reflecting on my time in the peer
Accepting you will never be “the old you, again” is something you need to come to grips with before you can continue on your path to recovery.
On behalf of Mental Health Affairs, I would like to wish you the very brightest and most cheerful holiday season
Have you lost all control in your life, or does it feel that way?
Preparing all system supports with a realistic clinical picture might just preserve the feelings of those with a diagnosis trying to move forward in their recovery