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Mental Health and LGBTQ+
Bring Change to Mind
This is Isa, a participant in Bring Change to Mind’s 2017 PSA campaign. In this behind-the-scenes interview, she talks about how depression and anxiety influenced her childhood.

Recovering from mental illness with dignity
World Health Organization (WHO)
An estimated 350 million people are affected by depression around the world. Some 21 million are affected by schizophrenia. Despite this considerable burden, the stigmatization that is still associated with mental illness prevents many people from seeking help. In this short video, Charlene Sunkel, from South Africa, speaks of her experience of mental health services following a diagnosis of schizophrenia, and the challenges she had to overcome in her quest for an effective treatment and understanding of her condition. Gary Seery, from Ireland, explains how sport helped him to overcome depression.

Plan For Mental Illness this Holiday Season
HealthyPlace
If you plan for mental illness this holiday season, perhaps you won't have the same struggles as last year. Here are some ideas to help.

Building Bridges Between Child & Adult Mental Health Systems
SAMHSA
This webinar addresses the rationale for including adult mental health systems as strong partners in NITT-HT communities, discusses some of the challenges to that partnership, and provides examples of partnerships in communities in the U.S. and elsewhere.

Why delayed onset of mental illness? Genes impact suspect brain areas late
NIMH
Thickening of cortex areas implicated in mental illness shows increasing genetic influence as the brain develops in childhood and adolescence, NIMH researchers have found. These areas also happen to be the latest to evolve and the last to mature.