Overcoming child trauma

Date Published: Feb 13, 2007 03:00 AM Author: Bill Bishop Source: The Register-Guard; Eugene, Oregon, USA Even though Hannah Caron needed no proof that a traumatic childhood leads to serious health problems later in life, she got it anyway while studying psychology a few years ago at the University of Oregon. That’s when the Adverse Childhood Experiences…

Jan. ’07 MF Lane County 1st Wed. Roundtable

Theme of the January 2007 meeting: “The Shooting of Ryan Salisbury: A Time to Speak and Listen.” Nearly ever first Wednesday, MindFreedom Lane County in Eugene, Oregon, USA holds a free open meeting and public forum at the large roundtable outside the MindFreedom main office. what Meeting when Jan 03, 2007 from 08:30 PM to 10:00 PM where…

MindFreedom Oregon E-News

Get occasional public alerts about activity throughout Oregon for human right and alternatives in the mental health system. This free public alert list activate interested people throughout Oregon about actions for human rights and alternatives in the mental health system. All are welcome. You may sign up for the MindFreedom Oregon E-News announcements whether or…

Lane First Steps

A list of initial ways that Lane County mental health agencies can change to offer a greater range of choice for clients. Introduction MindFreedom is a nonprofit organization that advocates for human rights in the mental health system. In the past few years MindFreedom has been holding discussions with Lane County Mental Health and with…

Traumatized, or “Mentally Ill?” Understanding what goes wrong when a hurt and confused person is given a psychiatric diagnosis.

A Forum for Survivors of Trauma, Friends, Family and Community Members with Ron Unger what Forum when Dec 11, 2006 from 09:00 PM to 11:30 PM where Gerlinger Lounge, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, USA contact name Elaine Walters contact phone 541-556-6710 add event to calendar  vCal  iCal When bad things happen to people it’s normal to be…

MF Ghana 2005 Report

A report from MindFreedom Ghana in 2005 about conditions of mental health systems there, and building their organization. Thanks to Linda Morrison and Krista Erickson for digitizing this report. MIND FREEDOM GHANA “Free Minds At Ease” REPORT OF PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES IN GHANA ACTIVITIES OF MIND FREEDOM GHANA December 2005 MIND FREEDOM GHANA (MF-Gh) “Free Minds…