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ARCHIVED VIDEO WEBCAST
Originally broadcast live on Wednesday, April 6, 2005

Brought to you by:
United States Department of Health and Human Services
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS)

Self Direction Education Project brings you the 2nd of three interactive
webcasts on Self Direction in Mental Health

Models of Self-Direction in Mental Health; what's out there?
How it works in real life and how to make it happen.


Presenters:
Carolyn Russell, Ph.D.
Jacki McKinney, M.S.W.
Patricia Deegan, Ph.D.
(Download Presenter Biographies - PDF format)

(Download Presenters' Powerpoint Presentation File - PPT format)

SAMHSA/CMHS hopes that the webcasts generate discussions among people who have viewed the webcast.
We have provided some discussion questions to assist you in talking about this important topic:
(Download Discussion Questions: Models of Self Direction in Mental Health - PDF format)

Resources: The Self-Direction Education Project would like to share some resources with you in your efforts
to explore Self-Direction in Mental Health.

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