Thursday, 12 June 2008

Free Public Education




Surviving Schizophrenia

(Free Public Education)



Dr. Austin Mardon

Dr. Debbie Thompson



Dr. Austin Mardon was diagnosed with Schizophrenia at the age of 30. His personal story is an inspiration on how even severe madness can be overcome and his message promotes the importance of "giving back to society" as a genuine means of rehabilitation.



Dr. Debbie Thompson is a Clinical Consultant for Psychiatry with the Fraser Health Authority. Her talk will address the challenges of staying on medication; what helps and what hurts!



Wednesday June 25th

7:00 - 9:00pm

Douglas College

New Westminister



Contact: Hardeep 604-574-1976 hardeep_bcss@shaw.ca <mailto:hardeep_bcss@shaw.ca>





Surviving Schizophrenia

(Free Public Education)



Dr. Austin Mardon

Dr. Debbie Thompson



Dr. Austin Mardon was diagnosed with Schizophrenia at the age of 30. His personal story is an inspiration on how even severe madness can be overcome and his message promotes the importance of "giving back to society" as a genuine means of rehabilitation.



Dr. Debbie Thompson is a Clinical Consultant for Psychiatry with the Fraser Health Authority. Her talk will address the challenges of staying on medication; what helps and what hurts!



Wednesday June 25th

7:00 - 9:00pm

Douglas College

New Westminister



Contact: Hardeep 604-574-1976 hardeep_bcss@shaw.ca <mailto:hardeep_bcss@shaw.ca>