In my Mental Health Humor Cartoon, I tackle psychological disorders of depression and fear of balloons in older adults. First here are the facts:
David Speicher 2013 Mental Health Hero Cartoon-A-Thon
Drawing by Chato Stewart
I worked as a Human Resources Director for over 20 years. I partnered with executives to change culture and minds moving from a harsh bureaucratic system to one with a culture of free will to approach your profession, your job and employee involvement. I also over saw our benefits programs which often had at least minimum coverage for mental health. I also managed our Employee Assistance Programs (ESP)
As a consumer and not being diagnosed until I was 42, I took the … READ MORE
Block: >>>MAD/SAD<<<<Caption: Master Mind of the Mental Block
Are you a Master Mind?
P.S. – IKEA has not endorsed me or my blog in any way, the only reason why I reference them is because I still have left-over parts from the last think I put together form them and I was hoping I could figure out where they went.
Mary Ellen Copeland
2012 Mental Health Hero Cartoon-A-Thon
Mary Ellen Copeland is an author, educator and mental health recovery advocate. Her work is based on her on-going study of the day-to-day coping strategies of people who experience psychiatric symptoms, and how people have gotten well and stayed well.
She undertook these studies because of her personal frustration from dealing with her own recurring symptoms. She has achieved long term wellness and stability by using many of the coping strategies she learned while writing her books.
Mary Ellen develops resources and training programs based on her findings. She has traveled around the world with her husband, Ed Anthes, teaching recovery concepts, skills and strategies to people who experience symptoms, their supporters and care providers. She is well known in the worldwide mental health recovery movement.