Mental Health Writer – Articles and Grant Proposals

Need a killer article or grant proposal written in the mental health sphere? Look no further.

I’m a mental health writer and advocate specializing in articles and grant proposals. I’m also a regular contributor to Absolute Advocacy, Treat Yo Brain, and other mental health publications.

I also have my BA in English from the University of Illinois at Springfield, and a Grant Writing Certification from Western Carolina University.

View my featured works below, or contact me for a consultation. I look forward to hearing from you!

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Featured Works

Do Mental Illnesses Need To Be Medicated? - Absolute Advocacy

Depending on the diagnosis, you and your care team might consider lifestyle changes, therapy, and/or medication. But medication for your mental illness can be complicated. Here’s what you need to know.

What the Hell Is Wrong with Self-Help Books? - PsychReg

Self-help books for mental illness have been so effective, they’re now part of the standard care plan for mental health in Wales. We need to stop turning up our noses and start using these resources, particularly for those with limited financial resources or long wait times.

8 Things to Say To Your Mentally Ill Friends - Treat Yo Brain

We can’t be counselors for our mentally ill friends. We can’t be around for them 24/7. But when someone trusts you enough to place this burden in your hands, you need to know what to do with it. 

COVID-19: Finding Balance in the Midst of Crisis - Absolute Advocacy

This virus is real, and you should be taking it seriously. But panicking isn’t going to help anyone–least of all yourself. How do you stay calm when it feels like nothing is normal anymore?

Taking the Lead with Your Mentally Ill Friends - Medium

When I am depressed and scared, I do not know how to type, “I want to die.” 

Effects of Trauma on Children - Absolute Advocacy

Abuse, neglect, and exposure to unhealthy conditions in the home are the reality for too many of our children. And too often, the adults in their lives respond with unhelpful diagnoses and ineffective support which leaves them vulnerable to future problems.

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