Just in case you missed the Think Out Loud interview, here you go! Portland reporter Sheila Hamilton didn’t know her husband was suffering from bipolar disorder until too late.
If more people shared their stories of illness and eventual recovery, it would have a profound effect on those who are suffering in silence. I recently posted a request on
The tweet of a lifetime. Sometimes, 142 characters does a lot of heavy lifting. I interviewed the brilliant, smart, lovely @SheilaHamilton about her great new memoir, All the Things We
I am in LOVE with this program. Ian Mouser is a local singer-songwriter who worked in a therapy setting with kids struggling with behavioral problems. Ian noticed the almost immediate
The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.” ~Albert Einstein Why are activities with music, movement, drama, and
“I’d die if that happened to me.” That’s what Sukey Forbes often hears from people when she talks about the loss of her beloved six-year-old daughter. But, as you’ll hear
One of the most beautiful and heart-wrenching experiences I’ve had since writing this blog is hearing your stories regarding mental health. A mother shared her hope after finally finding a medication
New York Times Bestselling author Laura Munson talks about her writer’s retreats in Whitefish, Montana.
As part of Mental Health awareness month, I hope you’ll listen to Trillium Family Services CEO Kim Scott talk about a Trauma informed approach to care. Scott says the key