Overcoming Barriers to Recovery

By Delton Russell | Oct. 31, 2018

"When we band together as a set of people with lived experiences and allies within the community, we can change public opinion on substance use disorders and recovery. Together, we can move from shame to celebration and become a powerful, positive force for lasting recovery."

Moving Beyond the Shame Fog

By Rev. Ed Kelly, Jr. | Oct. 29, 2018

Self-stigma can lead to feeling ashamed of living with mental illness. Rev. Ed refers to this shame as a fog that can slow down our journey towards recovery. Here's how he overcame his shame fog.

The Power to Create Change Comes from Within

By Katherine Ponte, BA, JD, MBA, NYCPS-P, CPRP | Oct. 24, 2018

Stories of living fully with mental illness can help reshape society’s bias and inspire others living with mental illness. Rather than stigmatizing ourselves and others, we can power a cycle of hope and recovery through our stories.

But I was a Victim, Right?

By Cohen Miles-Rath | Oct. 17, 2018

"I was twenty-two years old and in my last semester of undergraduate college when I suffered two psychotic breaks. During this time, I was unable to control my thoughts and behavior."

Overcoming Stigma

By Gretchen Grappone, LICSW | Oct. 15, 2018

Learn what the seven different types of stigma are and how to overcome them.

Rural Mental Health Work: One Therapist’s Journey

By Jennifer Andrashko, MSW | Oct. 10, 2018

Approximately 20% of our total population currently lives in rural parts of the U.S. We must address our pervasive workforce issues if we wish to make a dent in the unmet mental health needs in our small communities. 

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