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What my psychiatrist didn't tell me

As a educated person with schizophrenia, I do not only rely on my doctors to inform me with information, I do my own research on treatments and try to understand the common experiences of people who have schizophrenia and its complexity as well. 1,371 more words

New Journal Article Published on Migraine


An article I wrote is in “Article in press” mode publishing on December 1st. Title “Migraine Cause and Treatment” in the Journal of Mental Health in Family Medicine. 284 more words


Sissy that Walk: Down the Road to the Cup- Part I

When I stepped off stage last year I thought I was walking away from competing.  I thought my competing years had come full circle, I placed in the same spot I did in my very first show. 910 more words

A Better YOu

Client Profile

Michelle’s clients include adults and children. As an advocate for drug-free therapies, Michelle strives to provide positive psychology models and goal-setting techniques for her clients. Personal growth stems from self-awareness and acceptance; it is Michelle’s aim to provide insight into healthy transformative techniques.

Drug Free

Red Ribbon Week 2015

Red Ribbon Week is celebrated October 23 – 31, 2015 with the theme “Respect Yourself – Be Drug Free.”  The Red Ribbon Campaign is “the oldest and largest drug prevention program” which started in the 1980s, and this year it is estimated that 80 million people will participant in Red Ribbon Week activities.   209 more words


World Bedwetting Day: 17th October 2015

Saturday 17th October marks ‘World Bedwetting Day‘ aimed at raising awareness of bedwetting as a medical condition that affects both children and their families. 321 more words


Friday Night Football Patrol—coming to a high school near you!

Contributed by Mary Marshall, Maricopa County Attorney’s Office

The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office (MCAO), in partnership with 104.7 KISS FM and the U.S. Army, will be visiting 10 high school football games throughout Maricopa County for the fifth season of Friday Night Football Patrol (FNFP). 576 more words