For those who had plans to attend, “The Life Event Conference” has been postponed. I look forward to having an opportunity to speak at this event in the near future.
Dr. Asa Don Brown
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Please Read and Share Dr. Brown’s latest publication “The Hidden Sadness Behind the Smile.”
Brown, A. D. (2019, April 15) “The hidden sadness behind the smile” The Sober World Magazine. Retrieved from https://www.thesoberworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/april19_issue.pdf The Sober World Magazine 8 (4), 8, 19
The Sober World is available online and in the standard hardcopy format. The magazine is also made available at select Starbucks and related psychological, psychiatric, treatment and addiction centers, and mental health conferences.
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Dr. Asa Don Brown’s latest publication.”The Cruelty of Homelessness and Addiction ” The article has been published with The Sober World
Brown, A. D. (2018, November 15) “The cruelty of homelessness and addiction” The Sober World Magazine. Retrieved from http://www.thesoberworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/nov18_issue-reduced.pdf The Sober World Magazine 7 (11), 4, 19
The Sober World Magazine is available online and in the standard hardcopy format. The magazine is also made available at select Starbucks and related psychological, psychiatric, treatment and addiction centers, and mental health conferences.
Dr. Brown is a regular columnist for the Sober World Magazine, Column: #LIVING BEYOND
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I received notification today that my article with the Police Association of Ontario, Ontario, Canada, has been published. My article “First Responders and Mental Health; Improving the Perception of Mental Healthcare and Mental Illness.”
Brown, A. D. (2017, Fall) “First responders and mental health, Improving the perception of mental healthcare and mental illness.” Police Association of Ontario, PAO, 66, 14-17
Online Version of the Police Association of Ontario Magazine is Pending Publication
An online copy is available at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Asa.Don.Brown/posts/1668154986550965?comment_id=1668159039883893¬if_id=1507919667280665¬if_t=feed_comment
Brown, A. D. (2017) “First responders and mental health, Improving the perception of mental healthcare and mental illness.” Retrieved May 12, 2017, from https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/towards-recovery/201705/first-responders-and-mental-health PsychologyToday
Psychology Today has “gathered a group of renowned psychologists, academics, psychiatrists and writers to contribute their thoughts and ideas on what makes us tick. We’re a live stream of what’s happening in ‘psychology today’.”
Dr. Brown is also a contributing author for The Sober World Magazine, Column: Living Beyond
Dr. Brown’s books are available online and at your local bookstore.
Past Authorship with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association, CCPA
A complete list of Dr. Brown’s articles can be found @http://www.ccpa-accp.ca/blog/?author=27
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