This is a collaborative project between many people.  Two of them are Raul from Hummingbird 604 and Isabella from Change Therapy.

Mental Health Camp Vancouver 2010 will take place in Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada) on July 10th, 2010. To register for MHCYVR10 please follow this link to the Eventbrite registration page

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  1. 2009 March 24
    Gregoire permalink

    Thank you so much for this. I have been looking for a platform to put the message out about mental illness and how to end its stigmatization.

    You guys rock!!!

  2. 2009 April 15

    Oh, man I wish I had heard of this sooner and could afford to fly to the US!

    Best wishes from Australia, guys. This is a fantastic event!

  3. 2009 April 16

    Kudos, it’s the right time for this movement, and social media is the right method.

  4. 2009 April 16
    Raul permalink

    Folks – just an FYI – it’s NOT in the United States of America, Mental Health Camp is in CANADA! Vancouver, British Columbia!

  5. 2010 February 9

    Two cheers! Found you from the Twitter chat. This is my entire passion… getting wisdom and experiences out of professionals and other people’s heads and OUT to the online world! Mental health stigma, normalization, help… love, love, love it. Would so love to go to the conference but as this world doesn’t pay well (we quit our high paying corporate jobs) I can’t afford to attend. Maybe another year!

  6. 2010 February 10

    thanks for your interest and enthusiasm, elizabeth! we’re hoping to have a strong twitter component this year; i.e. not only a twitter stream but also some sort of online workshop/conversation.

  7. 2010 July 5

    @moritherapy, We too our in Canada, London ON to be specific…We have been trying to reduce stigma in youth (14-25yrs old) for six years now.

    This camp is a great idea, wish we were closer and could attend. Could you please provide ,e with some more info on the twitter activities as well as any other online participation?

    mindyourmind is excited to provide our users with tools that will give them on-the-spot information that fits into their lifestyle, we try to recognize the way our audience is communicating and give them the information they need through a channel that is relevant to them. Social media is a major component!!!

    Good Luck with your event!


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