Surviving Stigma: Families Speak Out

This training video for NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is used to help family members of those with mental illness cope with stigma.

This was produced by Danolas Productions, and I was proud to be part of it. Families who survive stigma can be more helpful partners in recovery (and if the stars align just right…)
View the trailer below.

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One thought on “Surviving Stigma: Families Speak Out

  1. The more people talk about mental illness openly, the better. It is tough when your mentally ill relative behaves inappropriately in public, but all one can do is explain and try to move on.

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