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Depression Can Be a Straitjacket on Your Brain: My Recovery Journey

Bill Rogers

Abstract

My story seems to have many beginnings and an ending I continue to search for. Based on my experience at Johns Hopkins Mood Disorders Center, I believe the use of occupational therapy (OT) methods to treat mental health disorders is extremely valuable. I think these methods are even more valuable for decreasing the likelihood of relapse. At the same time, for folks like me who suffer from mental illness, I feel there is disparity between the need for OT and what is currently being delivered.

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Contributed on 9/13/2012

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