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mental health

[′men·təl ′helth]
(psychology)
A relatively enduring state of being in which an individual has effected an integration of his instinctual drives in a way that is reasonably satisfying to himself as reflected in his zest for living and his feeling of self-realization.
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Gary Foster, producer of the film The Soloist, is honored at this year's gala to benefit the International Mental Health Research Organization; the evening gets under way at 6:30 p.
The initiative was born over a year ago, when 13 multidisciplinary leaders of other international mental health associations joined forces to draft an international document addressing women's mental health needs.
July 5-13: International Mental Health Promotion, Summer Institute; Toronto; [E] katherine_lo@camh.
On September 15, the 18th Annual Music Festival for Mental Health at Staglin Family Vineyard announced the International Mental Health Research Organization (IMHRO) and One Mind for Research campaigns have raised approximately $6.
2: International Mental Health Conference, London, Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, {E} imh@iop.
17th International Mental Health Conference 10-12 August 2016 Sea World Resort, Gold Coast www.
July 5-13: International Mental Health Promotion Summer Institute, Toronto, ON, Canada, [E] katherine_lo@camh.
It has provided opportunities for so many Australian, Asia Pacific and international mental health workers and researchers who would otherwise not have been able to publish.
The Staglins also announced that their International Mental Health Research Organization (IMHRO) has successfully launched the One Mind for Research Organization, partnering with former Congressman Patrick Kennedy to develop a 10-year plan to unlock the mysteries of the brain and causes of and cures for mental illness.
The Staglins also announced that the International Mental Health Research Organization (IMHRO) has become the nation's leading private-public mental health organization with increased partnerships throughout the country, focusing on issues ranging from funding, research, public policy, and anti-stigma.

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