Victoria Maxwell Mental Health Hero #MentalHealthMonth
Victoria Maxwell 2013 Mental Health Hero Cartoon-A-Thon
Drawing by Chato Stewart
Victoria Maxwell (BFA/BPP*) has become as known as North America’s very own Bipolar Princess and is a sought after speaker, performer and educator on the ‘lived’ experience of mental illness, recovery, return to work and dismantling stigma.
She lives with bipolar disorder, anxiety and psychosis and has for more than 12 years, been presenting keynote performances and workshops at across Canada and the States. Her four award winning one-person shows tour internationally and her Psychology Today blog…. READ MORE
LP 14 – Sweet Pea 11 – Precious 10 and Belly 7
FreeCounselingHelp.com is America’s only directory connecting people with affordable counseling. There are thousands of non-profit agencies within America that are available to help those with limited means. FreeCounselingHelp.com allows people to quickly search by ZIP code and find the best fit for their mental health needs.
Mentalympians is a mental health community development initiative to raise awareness of mental health recovery, inspire hope, reduce self-stigma, foster recovery and also connect individuals who are interested in campaigning for mental health reform.
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Bonus My kids’ Drawings:LP 14*
Coming SoonSweet Pea 11 * Sweet Pea 11 Precious 10 *Precious 10 Belly 7*Belly 7
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Stewart, C. (2013). Victoria Maxwell Mental Health Hero #MentalHealthMonth. Psych Central. Retrieved on November 27, 2015, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2013/05/victoria-maxwell-mental-health-hero-mentalhealthmonth/