What's the link? Are we sitting on a Mental Health Timebomb?


Hear Professor Priscilla Coleman in her only Sydney event. Professor Coleman, a highly acclaimed researcher will outline her new groundbreaking research recently published in the illustrious British Journal of Psychiatry.

The event is free but RSVP essential. A donation to help cover the costs of $5 or more would be appreciated. There are limited seats and there's expected to be a lot of interest.

To RSVP call (02) 9299 8350 (leave a message if nobody answers) or email your name and phone number to [email protected].


Here is a bio on Professor Coleman from Real Choices Australia (if you wish to attend their conference on May 18 - 19 in Melbourne go to http://realchoices.org.au/2012conference/):

" Dr. Coleman is a Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. Her Ph.D. training was in Lifespan Developmental Psychology at West Virginia University, graduating in 1998. After a four year post at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN, Dr. Coleman joined the faculty at BGSU. Acknowledging that a rich understanding of the human condition is necessarily dependent on analysis of behavior from multiple perspectives and levels of analysis, her research has naturally brought her into contact with ideas and findings from diverse fields. The outlets for her nearly 50 peer-reviewed journal articles have been in various disciplines including psychology (developmental, clinical, and social areas), family studies, education, and medicine (psychiatry, general practice, obstetrics and gynecology) among others. She is currently on the editorial boards for five international psychology and medical journals. Dr. Coleman has published more peer-reviewed articles on the mental health implications of abortion than any other researcher in the world and she frequently presents her research to audiences across the U.S. and elsewhere. In recent years she has spoken in Australia, England, Chile, Germany, Ireland, Poland, and Portugal. In the U.S., Dr. Coleman has been called to serve as an expert in several state and civil court cases, has spoken at the UN, and in 2007 she testified before U.S. Congress."