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On Thursday 19th October to coincide with Global Peer Supporters’ Day, CoMHWA and WA Peer Supporters’ Network co-hosted a planning meeting to design a Peer Work Champions’ Community of Practice (‘the Community of Practice’). Seventeen people contributed at the planning meeting, representing 13 different agencies and organisations. While there was much to discuss within a […]Read More
Each person has a unique story to tell, unlike any other each story shares a unique journey. Recovery stories speaks to the importance of validation, genuine human connection and hope. Stories are the way we can authentically share experiences, they bring us to the core of human connection and forge a better understanding surrounding mental health. […]Read More
Dr Robyn Martin and Dr Kate Dorozenko attended The Mental Health Services (TheMHS) conference in Sydney last week where an important piece of their research work was launched; “A Critical Literature Review of the Direct, Adverse Effects of Neuroleptic Drugs”. This work was commissioned by the National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum under the […]Read More