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Open Minds Quarterly: Spring 2014


Volume XIII, Issue I

The Spring 2014 issue is an in-depth special topic issue on the power of peer support in mental health. The issue includes Canadian leader in peer support, Stéphane Grenier’s, thoughts on why health and safety in the workplace shouldn’t focus only on physical safety; Annie Jollymore’s account on why the she feels the AIDS movement is further ahead in peer support; NISA’s own peer support worker SueAnn Jackson Land’s story on how recognizing and seeing the person in front of you as just that – a person – is the first step in engaging in peer support; an artistic tale from raymoose, depicting moose who know all about peer support; and a poem about withholding judgement and criticism of others, unless you have truly walked in their shoes. The 2014 winners of the 12th Annual BrainStorm Poetry Contest are also included inside.

For a deeper look into the contents of our special issue on Peer Support click here


This issue is also available in digital form through KOBO. 

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