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Subject: Re: [psysr-disc] US Mental Health policy
Date: Mon, September 5, 2016 2:22 pm
Thank you for posting Hillary's advocacy on mental health.
I think concerns for social responsibility in behavioral health obtain, so the proper 501(c)3 conversation in PsySR might be presented in a positive fashion so as to facilitate that talk.
Alternatives 2016 (supported by SAMHSA) takes place Sept. 19-23 in San Diego, CA: link here.
I'm scheduled to lead a workshop, "Getting the Ducks in Line" and a caucus, "New Social Roles."
On Mon, September 5, 2016 6:31 am, Twz wrote:
As a non-profit, PsySR is legally bound from participating, engaging in, or intervening in any campaign (for or against) for public office. That includes funding or making public statements. With that said, many people on this list are likely to find this recently published document important, and worth reading and critiquing. It bears directly and indirectly on the work many of us do: