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Mental Illness Propels Woman's Fall from Suburb to SF Streets

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — A shadowy figure in a hoodie, the woman wandered the streets for the past four years, homeless and mentally ill in San Francisco. 1,249 more words

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Mental health awareness week 2018- Time to talk, but who's listening?

So it’s Mental health awareness week and social media is once again filled with pleas for people to ‘open up’ to ‘be brave’ to ‘talk’. Once again people are spouting that mental health is as important as physical health, that talking about your broken brain should be no different to talking about your broken leg. 1,586 more words

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Integrating diversity into therapy processes: The role of individual and cultural diversity competences in promoting equality of care

Author(s): Carla MOLEIRO, Jaclin FREIRE, Nuno PINTO, Sandra ROBERTO

https://doi.org/10.1002/capr.12157

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Background

One of the most significant challenges facing the provision of health care in present societies is the fact that the largest growing segment of the patient population is comprised of individual and culturally diverse people.

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Urban Gardening: A Community-Based Approach to Improving Mental Health

        When seeking to creatively foster positive change in the mental health of individuals, a community-based approach may encourage participation of community members in a way that facilitates trust, alleviates discrimination, and promotes insight (Carney et al., 2012). 1,342 more words

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Mental Health Awareness Week - Share the Green Ribbon

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week – share the green ribbon to show your support and keep the conversation going. Not all wounds are visible, it’s ok to say you’re not ok. 130 more words

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not there

and where were
you
when I fell

behind the glass

too far
behind
the glass

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News: Mental health disaster in NSW.

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Corrie's Suicide Storyline...

“What a waste. He had the world at his feet, really… And a big dark cloud hanging over his head that none of us could see.” 685 more words

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