Karen Byfield has empathy for the mentally ill. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSc.) and writes on issues such as; neuropsychiatry, neuroscience, psychiatry, mental illness and mental health. She created this blog and website, out of passion: to inform, educate, and bring to the forefront issues that persons with mental health problems encounter. Most importantly fighting against mental illness stigma. Karen is a former Bank Clerk and Administrative Assistant turned mental health advocate. She has generously contributed to society in a positive way, through ten years of volunteering in different institutions and organizations, such as; the Schizophrenia Society of Alberta, Immigrant Services, and the Women’s Centre, among others. An altruistic and well-rounded woman with varied interests, Karen subscribes to Psychology Today, Women’s Health, and Christianity Today magazines; she also contributes monetarily to Save the Children and In Touch Ministries. Karen Loves All People.
Social Network – Twitter: @mentalperspect and @mehep4u
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I write mainly on faith and mental illness, though occasionally dabble in other subjects, stories, and even the occasional poem. If you have any requests, please contact me.
I appreciate what you have going here on your blog. I look forward to reading more. May you be blessed as you are a blessing to others.
Thank you tony! Blessing to you and happy new year 2015.
Hi Tony, How are you? I am planning on doing a Chat on Mental Health and Faith on Twitter and Facebook, and wanted to know if you are interested, as I am not an expert in this area etc. I need your involvement and expertise. Karen – email@example.com submission@firstname.lastname@example.org
I will also contact you in your email. Karen