the 3rd edition of MentalHealthCamp vancouver is happening soon! on july 23rd, precisely. the conference is about the intersection between social media and mental health. is this a topic you’re interested in? would you like to talk about it, or lead a workshop? here’s your chance – our call for speakers. we are looking for… Continue reading call for speakers for mental health camp vancouver 2011
yay! we now have the speakers list and topics for mental health camp, the conference about the intersection between social media and mental health. more information on the topics will trickle in by the end of june. if you want to sign up to come to this conference, go to our eventbrite page. there will… Continue reading speaker line-up for mental health camp
on may 18, i asked here on this blog, on twitter and on facebook what you think i should talk about at the upcoming mental health camp. this ended up being the winner: who gets to speak up about mental health? in the process of coming up with a useful definition for mental health, we… Continue reading who gets to talk about mental health?
raul and i are gearing up for vancouver’s second mental health camp, the conference about the intersection between mental health and social media. i’m hoping to give a presentation there. last time the topic of my session was blogging yourself home – using blogging to find a voice, a place, a community. would you help… Continue reading help me! what should i talk about?
i’d like to follow up on evan’s guest post yesterday, entitled, why professionalism is of the devil. evan blogs at wellbeing and health – this is a topic he’s passionate about. evan says that his problem lies with professionalism, not with professionals. they lie with professional organizations and all that comes with them. i think… Continue reading more on professionalism: insurance, education and organizations
this is a guest post by evan hadkins. his blog is wellbeing and health where he writes about all aspects of health (physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and social) with a bias to psychological health and a focus on practical things to do that can make a real difference. he also has a membership course, living… Continue reading why professionalism (not professionals) is of the devil