MENTAL HEALTH ADVANCE DIRECTIVES A User Guide for Maine Consumers

You can have it any way your want it.  Know your rights.  If you are concerned about your psychiatric care during a hospitalization, then you should familiarize yourself with this work.  Click the cover of the booklet below to explore or click here.

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Keep the RED BOOK open

The Red Book

It is important to keep your Red Book open. Find the medium for your madness and keep it going. And of course if you happen to have a copy of the RED BOOK, then by all means keep it open for all to see. What better way to speak of the importance of dreams, of individuation, of creative imagination… and then share the results. Let us see your madness in whatever small doses you feel safe in sharing it. Where does your passion lie and where is the record of this aliveness? Let’s have a look, for indeed anything else we have to talk about is just so unimportant or stepping stones to that which really holds our attention.

Dr. Louann Brizendine – “Why “Y” Matters: The Male Brain”

Dr. Louann Brizendine has recently published her book The Male Brain the follow up to her acclaimed The Female Brain . She gave a talk to the Commonwealth Club of California on April 22, 2010 that aired on NPR on May 11th.  Clic here to hear this lecture in RealPlayer format.  Or here for iTunes podcast.  Here is the write up for this talk:

Dr. Louann Brizendine from the Women’s Mood and Hormone Clinic, UCSF; and author of “The Female Brain and The Male Brain” Her talk is entitled “Why “Y” Matters: The Male Brain” – she explores the MALE brain, showing how, through every phase of life, the “male reality” is fundamentally different from the female one.