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Category Archives: Stigma begins with D
Peer Workers do not have magic faerie dust but this podcast sheds light on what’s possible and some of what it takes to integrate peer support into clinical settings, even a busy “Emerge” or “ER”…
What’s it like being designated as a “psychiatric patient” reclassified from human being to “case” ? I wonder, even, how many of you have even met a clinician who could be bothered to ask. Here’s one who does ask, Janecke Thesen … Continue reading
Discrimination doesn’t dissolve in a few tweets. We can make a start when we find courage to call it what it is.
If someone says something I don’t understand it doesn’t mean they are crazy
– it means I’m not smart enough to understand.
V.S. Ramachandran Continue reading
There will be, can be, no end to “stigma’ till we find within us the courage to call it by its true name. Continue reading
Stigma begins with a “D”
and is pronounced “Discrimination” Continue reading