Depression & Bipolar Myths Part 2, Psychology with Dr. John B ...

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"Depression & Bipolar Myths Part 2, Psychology with Dr. John Breeding & Anna Miller

Dr. John Breeding, Ph.D. Psychologists talks with Anna Miller, the founder and CEO of The Depression Project about recovery from depression and bipolar mental disorders. Is the solution really in conventional psychiatry or are there myths about mental illness which prevent people from honestly recovering.

Visit Dr. Breeding's Website at
http://www.endofshock.com
http://www.wildestcolts.com

Visit The Depression Project at;
http://www.thedepressionproject.com

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Jimmy Gelhaar
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