Thursday, 21 February 2008

Dream Healer Free Lectures

THE DREAM HEALER
An opera based on Pilgrim by Timothy Findley Music by LLOYD BURRITT
Original Libretto and Adaptation by CHRISTOPHER ALLAN
Revised Libretto and Additional Material by DON MOWATT hometicketsartists reviewslecturesstory audiopatronsartcreators director's noteshistoryresources contact
Read the article by Mari-Lou Rowley, that appears in the Spring/Summer issue of
UBC Medicine Magazine.
March 2008 - The Dream Healer Symposium
on Psychiatry and Mental Health exploring issues related to mental ill health

Monday March 3 7:30 pm
Wednesday March 5 7:30 pm
Friday March 7 7:30 pm Presented by UBC Department of Psychiatry
UBC Institute of Mental Health
UBC Opera Division
Chan Centre for the Performing Arts at UBC

Free admission to all lectures
Monday March 3: The stigma of living with mental ill health Professor Wulf Rössler
Head, Department of Clinical and Social Psychiatry (Burghölzli Clinic) University of Zurich
Wednesday March 5: C.G. Jung: The man and the myth Dr. Thomas B. Kirsch
Faculty of the C.G. Jung Institute in San Francisco
Lecturer, Department of Psychiatry, Stanford Medical Center.
Friday March 7: Compassionate approaches to mental ill health – a panel discussion Margaret Trudeau
Celebrated Canadian and Mental Health Advocate
Bill Wilkerson
Co-Founder and CEO, Global Business and Economic Roundtable on Addiction and Mental Health
Professor Allan Young
Co-Director, UBC Institute of Mental Health





The Dream Healer Original Adaptation and Libretto: Christopher Allan © 2002 © 2004. Revised Libretto and Additional Material by Don Mowatt © 2005 © 2007 © 2008. Adapted from the book Pilgrim by Timothy Findley, Harper Flamingo, Canada © 1999 by Pebble Productions, Inc. Music: Lloyd Burritt © 2000 © 2004 © 2005 © 2007 © 2008 SOCAN.
All contents of www.thedreamhealer.com copyright © 2005, 2006, 2007 © 2008 Lloyd Burritt.

DBSA's e-Update for February 2008


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DBSA e-Update Newsletter - February 2008


Welcome to the February 2008 edition of DBSA's e-Update! If you have any feedback for us, please e-mail discuss@DBSAlliance.org. Thanks for reading … and feel free to forward to a friend!

Announcing the DBSA 2008 National Conference

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Tap into the power of peers this September 10-14 in Norfolk, Virginia, as DBSA presents a conference of compelling educational institutes, breakout sessions and an unprecedented lineup of renowned keynote speakers:

  • Kay Redfield Jamison, PhD, professor of psychiatry at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and author of The Unquiet Mind and Touched with Fire
  • Pat Deegan, PhD, leader in the consumer/survivor movement and co-founder of the National Empowerment Center, Inc., and Boston University's Institute for the Study of Human Resilience
  • and co-keynote speakers, Richard M. Cohen, award-winning author and Larry Fricks, featured in Cohen's latest book, Strong at the Broken Places, and inter nationally known for his work designing the first Medicaid-billable certified peer specialist program in the U.S.

To be held at the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel, the conference promises an empowering weekend in the charming waterfront city of Norfolk! Called a "cultural center of note" by The New York Times, Norfolk offers world-class museums, galleries, performing arts as well as the sandy beaches of Chesapeake Bay.

For the latest details and/or to register,
visit
www.DBSAlliance.org/Conference2008.

Reaching More People: DBSA Partners with Meetup.com

Chapter Update MeetupIn an effort to reach out to the hundreds of other support groups available to those living with mood disorders, DBSA has teamed up with Meetup.com's new service, Meetup Alliance, to form the Depression and Bipolar Meetup Alliance, www.MeetupAlliance.com/DBSA. Our hope is that this Alliance will serve as a central location for all affiliated DBSA chapters and unaffiliated groups to come together, access resources, share best practices and support one another. Local groups that participate will get to share tips and best practices to make their local groups more effective by sharing resources on our Meetup Alliance web page or by utilizing the Meetup.com group listserv.

Click here to learn more about the Depression and Bipolar Meetup Alliance and register your group.

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Upcoming Events

» EVENTS & PROGRAMS
Announcing the 2008 Conference: The Power of Peers


» ADVOCACY
Election 2008:
No Vote, No Voice


» PEER SERVICES & TRAINING
Register Now: Peer Specialist Online CE Course April 8


» CHAPTER UPDATE
Reaching More People: DBSA Partners with Meetup.com


» LIVING AND GIVING
Gifts from the Heart:
Beads for Bipolar


» WEB CONNECTIONS
DBSA Chat Events: Bipolar & Pregnant, Relationships


» WELLNESS TIPS
Cloud-Watching, Soul-Singing and Order-Keeping


» IN THE NEWS
The Latest from SAMHSA



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