When is a Picture Not Worth 1000 Words: The Damage of Mental Health Stereotypes
Friday December 8, 2017

When is a Picture Not Worth 1000 Words: The Damage of Mental Health Stereotypes

Optical illusions are a form of magic show. Part of the delight is that we know we are being fooled. In an optical illusion, the visual information somehow tricks the brain. We know it. We are fascinated by it. All in good fun. But what about the images we see that play with our brains […]

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Five Courageous Women, Five Personal Stories, Five Documentary Films
Friday December 1, 2017

Five Courageous Women, Five Personal Stories, Five Documentary Films

1 in 4. That’s the statistic for how many of us will have a mental illness over the course of our lifetimes – sometimes fleeting, sometimes enduring, always significant. At that rate, if it’s not ourselves, it will be a parent, sibling, partner, child, friend or colleague. Some of us will carry the diagnosis and […]

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