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Tag Archives: social support
In a previous blog post on family caregiver grief, we discussed coping with the loss of your loved one and/or care receiver. Moving through the grief process, it is common for family caregivers to feel adrift as they try to … Continue reading →
May is Mental Health Month (#mhmonth2014). Mental Health American (MHA) and other mental health organizations have been promoting mental health awareness for 65 years. Approximately 1 in and 5 Americans over the age of 18 will experience a diagnosable mental … Continue reading →
Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion Announces Research Study Opportunity for Mothers with Psychiatric Disabilities
The Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion has launched a new research study examining the effectiveness of an Internet parenting education and social support program for mothers with a psychiatric disability. The TU Collaborative is looking for women who are … Continue reading →
TU Collaborative is Recruiting Eligible Participants for an Internet Education and Social Support Research Study!
The NIDRR-funded Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities is conducting a study on Internet education and social support for mothers with mental illness. The study is recruiting mothers who are interested in participating in an … Continue reading →