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April 18, 2018

Talking With Your Child About School Violence

May 22, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Chapel Hill Public Library 100 Library Drive, Chapel Hill

Open to the public at no charge

Dr. Robin Gurwitch and Nancy Berson, LCSW NAMI Orange County offers parents of school age children and adolescents an opportunity to meet with Dr. Robin Gurwitch and Nancy Berson, LCSW, to discuss ways in which parents can help their children better cope with the school shootings happening across the country.

 

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    Via Durham Herald-Sun: School psychologists can play a huge role in the well-being of struggling children. In NC, there are only 740 school psychologists–that’s 1 for every 2,162 students. 12 districts don’t employ a full-time psychologist at all.

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    STATEMENT ON RECENT PRESS AND PUBLIC DISCOURSE ABOUT THE MENTAL HEALTH STATUS OF PUBLIC FIGURES

    Over the last few weeks, an increasing number of people from all points on the political spectrum have started to discuss, most often in a disparaging way, President Trump’s mental health.  The press and the public alike have thrown around words like “unhinged,” “crazy,” and “unstable.”  Behind these provocative words lies the all too common assumption that a person who has a mental Read More

    DECEMBER 13, 2017 09:24 AM

    UPDATED DECEMBER 13, 2017 07:34 PM

    Richard Topping, the former CEO of Cardinal Innovations, once introduced himself to a colleague of mine as the Darth Vader of health care. Was anyone paying attention? Topping has been ousted as CEO of Cardinal – with a severance package of $1.7 million. We should be careful of what privatization can do with resources intended for the most vulnerable residents Read More

    For family members and close friends of persons living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Panic Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, or Borderline Personality Disorder

    This free series of 12 weekly classes is taught by trained NAMI members who have experienced having a loved one with mental illness. In a confidential setting, family members and friends of people with mental illness will learn about:

    How mental illness affects your loved one Eye-opening current brain research related to mental Read More
    PUBLISHED OCTOBER 17, 2017 IN 

    DURHAM, N.C. — Two people working in Durham to build relationships and strengthen communities will receive this year’s Humanitarian Service Award from Duke Chapel.

    Donna Carrington advocates for people vulnerable to homelessness in her work as a housing stabilization specialist at the Community Empowerment Fund (CEF). As the executive director of DurhamCares Inc., Reynolds Chapman helps local churches connect with one another and their surrounding communities to identify a community’s assets Read More

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