Art Therapy to help sex trafficking victims

“(it’s) a way to make some sort of meaning to what feels completely incomprehensible.” Sue Wallingford, Associate Professor in the graduate school of psychology at Naropa University in Boulder has been working alongside a group of her students to bring […]

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Hearing Voices

Ron Bassman, a psychologist in Boulder is coordinating a Hearing Voices event in Boulder on Thursday February 4th that seeks to engage people who hear voices in their head.  In traditional western medicine, particularly mental health care people who hear […]

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Healthy Men Have Healthy Minds

“It’s really primarily men who we are seeing their suicide rates going up.” Sally Spencer Thompson, co-founder and CEO of the Carson J. Spencer foundation says that the goal of their upcoming men’s mental health forum is to reduce the […]

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HOPE Lights the Night

On Wednesday November 4th, members of the community who have been touched by suicide are invited to attend the annual HOPE lights the night remembrance service in Boulder. Andi Jason lost lost her son Jessie to suicide five years ago, […]

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Using Ecstasy to treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

MDMA is better known as the street drug, “Ecstasy” or “Molly”.  Despite being illegal, MDMA is being studied as part of treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  Both the federal Food and Drug Administration and the federal Drug Enforcement Agency […]

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