Person-centered planning requires a system-wide shift in communication, as well as adaptation of recovery-oriented, trauma-informed values. This webinar will provide administrators, managers, and providers of mental health services with essential communication tools needed to transform their systems to being recovery-based and empowerment focused. Presenters will share about the components of Emotional CPR (eCPR), a public health education program developed by people with lived experience of mental health recovery. … [click on title for the rest of the post]
Community Rights Movement: ending forced psychiatry from the ground up
Beginning in Pennsylvania, and now stretching across nine states from Maine to New Mexico, 160 communities have passed legally binding, locally enforceable Community Rights laws that for the first time in U.S. history enshrine the inherent right of a local majority of residents to protect the health and welfare of their local places. Each of these new-paradigm laws defines what the community wants, and reins in corporate so-called "rights", stopping legal but harmful practices dead in their tracks. … [click on title for the rest of the post]
Carl Jung himself thought he was psychotic
Carl Jung himself said: I had the feeling that I was in an over-compensated psychosis, and from the feeling I was not released until August 1, 1914. And yes, he recovered, transformed and went on to thrive, just like so many others, from that psychosis... … [click on title for the rest of the post]
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