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Schizophrenia Emotion Study

Dr. Ann Kring, UC Berkeley As people with schizophrenia know all too well, some of the symptoms of this illness can influence emotions, relationships with other people, and the motivation to see some tasks through to the finish.   Our research at UC Berkeley is trying to come up with ways to better recognize these symptoms so we can then develop treatments that are better able to provide some relief. In our research, we...

CAPC Community Training

Child Abuse Prevention Council Community Training Tuesday, June 21, 2016, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. 30 North San Pedro Road, Suite 100 (conference room) San Rafael, CA 94903 Debra Belaga of NAMI Marin reviews their programs and initiatives. RSVP required, space is limited.  Contact Kay at 415-507-9016, kay@marinadvocates.org    

April General Meeting

Monday, April 18, 2016  7:00pm – 8:30pm    Suicide Prevention:  What Families Can Do Speaker:Eli Merritt, MD, author of Suicide Risk in the Bay Area: A Guide for Families, Physicians, Therapists, and Other Professionals, is a psychiatrist practicing in San Francisco. He speaks and teaches about suicide prevention, particularly in youth.  www.merrittmentalhealth.com. Eli Merritt, M.D., completed undergraduate studies in...

California’s 2015 Legislation among Nation&#...

NAMI National Highlights California in Nationwide Report    NAMI names California’s 2015 legislation among the bright spots in the nation, citing enforcement of mental health parity as well as alternative sentencing for offenders with mental health conditions. Click here for 2015 California Legislative Recap NAMI recently released its third annual survey tracking state mental health budgets and identifying legislative...