Interfaith Network on Mental Illness- INMI

INMI is an organization that explores and educates at the intersection of mental health issues and faith communities. More than 50% of those experiencing mental health difficulties first turn to their faith communities and faith leaders. This is a juncture to pay attention to and nurture. INMI regularly offers free conferences each year as a means to educate and offer resources. On May 12, 2015...
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Sutherland Seminar Series -Boulder Colorado

The Sutherland Center for the Evaluation and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder at the University of Colorado at Boulder periodically offers an 8 week educational series about various aspects of Bipolar Disorder. It is open to anyone. No registration required and you may attend any or all of the seminars. A donation is requested but not required. This is a wonderful resource in our Boulder community....
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Depression Recovery: Expressing your Needs

Awareness of life’s ever changing situations and feelings can be helpful steps. Even more helpful is recognizing the need imbedded in the feeling. Being able to express needs can be especially beneficial when managing symptoms of depression. Sheila is struggling with depressive symptoms. She feels overwhelmed, unworthy, indecisive, irritable. She is married and has 2 teenage sons. Although she...
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Mood disorders: Medication Reminders

For folks who take medication for mood disorders such as depression (and just about any other condition) there are some important ways to take care of yourself. It is estimated that about 50% of the time medication is not taken as prescribed. If you struggle with this issue know that you are not alone. 1. Who is prescribing?  Did the doctor take a thorough history before prescribing? As you...
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