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Anatomy of Delusion by Dr. Henry Kellerman to Be Published by American Mental Health Foundation Books
March 24, 2015, is the official publication date of Anatomy of Delusion by Dr. Henry Kellerman. Advance copies will be available later this year. This groundbreaking book may be pre-ordered by clicking on the above link. Dr. Kellerman has published thirty books. He is on the professional advisory board of AMHF. This new work will […]By: Evander Lomke
The publishing program of The American Mental Health Foundation will be well represented at the Brooklyn Book Festival, Booth 207, on Sunday, September 21, 2014. Meet us and help advance mental health!By: Evander Lomke
The Webinars by Dr. Eric J. Green, September 5, 2014, and November 6, 2014, are at the following times: September 5 12:00 p.m. EDT to 2:00 p.m. EDT November 6 3:00 p.m. EST to 5:00 p.m. EST Further information, not yet available via the above link, will be posted shortly. Sign up today!By: Evander Lomke
Under the Auspices of AMHF: Early Identification and Prevention of Psychotic Disorders in Children and Youth
What follows is the up-to-the-minute report on the fundamental research project of AMHF and Astor Services for Children & Families 20-month Progress Report – June 9, 2014 Project Goal To design and implement an evaluation and intervention program for both children and adolescents at risk for psychotic disorders and their families. Youth identified as at […]By: Evander Lomke
What are the qualities that make a good priest, and how can the Catholic community find the young men who possess these qualities? The experience of recent decades shows that the opinions of psychologists and even clergy have not always proved the best guide. Why not go to the source: the perceptions of the parents […]By: William Van Ornum, Ph.D.
AMHF Professional Advisory Board member Dr. William Van Ornum is quoted by CNN Health on the subjects of obsessive-compulsive disorder and scrupulosity. Considerable controversy also exists among the professional community regarding issues such as worship itself and OCD or addiction, as well as whether certain seizure disorders manifest, or perhaps mask, themselves as hyper-religiosity.By: Evander Lomke
American Mental Health Foundation to Conduct First Two Interactive Webinars in Its 90-year History, Offering CEU Certification
Dr. Eric J. Green and The American Mental Health Foundation invite you to participate in two interactive Webinars: September 5, 2014,”Integrating Expressive Arts and Play Therapy with Adults: Toward Self-healing and Renewal” Provides the overview, research support, and step-by-step protocol for mental-health clinicians to begin the process of successfully and competently integrating various disciplines of […]By: Evander Lomke