Corrine A. Taylor shares her story at www.theProject321.com for awareness, empowerment and change toward living a well life after experiencing trauma. Having used psychiatric services unsuccessfully for many years, she realizes that many service users go into it blind as she did, unaware of the risks associated with being diagnosed and drugged—or that there are alternatives for being well and staying well.
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