Photos thanks to Norah Finn
Back row, L to R: Olivia Faye, Catriona Roche, Debbie Byrne, Margaret Keane, Jennie Finnegan, Cliodhna Colgan, Norah Finn. Front row, L to R: Nuala Bergin, Jacqueline Walsh, Kim Owens, Siobhan Daffy, Una Ahearne, Margaret Fox.
MO Connection Newsletter August 15, 2018
Those in attendance: Ali Sahebi (Iran), Al Zamel (Kuwait), Katina Diano-Vandenbroeck (Philippines), Jean Seville Suffield (Canada), Susan Fleming (Australia), Masaki Kakitani (Japan), Denzyl Wibooi (South Africa), John Cooper (Board Chair), and Kim Olver (WGI ED).
We had another productive and positive meeting. John and Kim shared the discussions of the International Board in Bogota. The Board is excited to restructure and become more representative of our membership by all MOs having representation on the board, instead of just large geographic areas being represented. We know we want to be an umbrella organization that creates standards to protect the quality of the work being done, provides an International presence for MOs to reference, and helps connect MOs with the exciting things that are happening other countries. WGI does not want to piecemeal this, nor do we want to decide everything without MO input. We plan to get a draft package together of what we are thinking and once this is complete and agreed upon, we will send it out for your comments, questions, suggestions and feedback. Stay tuned.
Dr. Terry Lynch, author of “Beyond Prozac” has just published a new ebook called: ‘The Systematic Corruption of Global Mental Health‘
The full title of this book is ‘The Systematic Corruption of Global Mental Health: Book One – Prescribed Drug Dependence‘.
Currently the book is available only on Kindle but that means you can download it immediately and read it on a Kindle reader or a Kindle app in your smart phone, tablet or computer.
Introductory Kindle price:- £0.99 Sterling – equivalent in other currencies.