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Executive Director Evander Lomke will be interviewed over NASH FM 94.7 on May 31, 2015, 5 a.m. The interview on NASH Matters with Kelly Ford will be available on this Web site, following its broadcast, as well as on the Web site of NASH Matters. Kelly Ford conducts a public-service program profiling charitable, nonprofit organizations in […]By: Evander Lomke
Do you know one American in four will experience a serious mental-health issue in 2015? Speak out. Break the stigma. Please remember and reflect on this every day, especially during the month of May: Mental Health Awareness Month. Give generously to promote the research of The American Mental Health Foundation. We at AMHF rely exclusively on […]By: Evander Lomke
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Does psychology undermine morality? The question is broad. The book on the subject is short. Pundit Mona Charen reviews it in National Review (April 20, 2015). She says, Yes. As a reflection of the research and outreach conducted by this foundation, since 1924, my different view follows…. Regarding Mona Charen’s review of Admirable Evasions: How Psychology […]By: Evander Lomke
Facts: Pornography causes problems socially and individually; pornography cuts against Christian (and most religious) teaching; pornography is demeaning; pornography victimizes women or whoever is depicted. Pornography might properly be described as unfit for consumption…by anyone. Might the title of this blog be “When Your Wife Is a Pornography Addict?” or “When Your Husband Is a […]By: Evander Lomke
The Board of Directors of AMHF is delighted to welcome Jacqueline A. Lofaro. She joined as a Director on April 21, 2015. Lofaro has been an advertising and communications executive for 25 years. Early assignments included advertising copy for McGraw-Hill as well as Holt Rinehart & Winston. She moved on to developing advertising-campaign concepts and copy […]By: Evander Lomke
It had been a bad week. Fighting fires is a war that never ends but this had been a bad week. Ladder 6 had been called to a motor-vehicle accident on Monday afternoon. In the passenger’s seat had been a young mother. On impact she was thrown through the windshield and was now impaled on […]By: Dr. Raymond B. Flannery Jr.
The title of this blog is in quotes since it derives from the second part of a series Dick Cavett published in the New York Times. Part 2 appeared on July 11, 2008. The link is highly recommended. Comments received on part 1, Cavett notes, approached 500 in number, an extraordinary volume of mail and […]By: Evander Lomke
The official publication date was yesterday! March 24. Anatomy of Delusion by Dr. Henry Kellerman is available in traditional-paperback as well as Kindle formats. In his new book, Kellerman both defines and discusses “Delusion” as a phenomenon that is simply not understood by theoretical and/or practicing clinicians. Dr. Kellerman is on the professional-advisory board of […]By: Evander Lomke
On March 12 to 15, AMHF and AMHF Books exhibited several of its titles at the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work Conference in Durham. The conference was co-sponsored by the North Carolina Psychoanalytic Society. Turnout was impressive, and conferees were enthusiastic over the first-ever presentation at this event by AMHF. The foundation […]By: Evander Lomke