Psychiatric Disorders Meetup Groups

Meet other local people who suffer from Psychiatric Disorders. Share companionship and support for one another. Friends and family are also welcome and encouraged to attend!

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MINDNET is a community based social group that aims to get people with Depression and Bipolar out of the house and socialising. The organisers are volunteers who have experienced mental illness first hand and have an understanding of the issues affec

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Sponsored by the Living Arts Counseling Center Social Anxiety Improvement Do you fear social situations? Are you afraid of public speaking? Do you often blushing, sweat, or tremble in social situations? Are you unhappy with your lack of relationship­

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The National Capitol Area Bethesda group of Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) meets at 7:00 p.m. on alternate Wednesdays. This peer support group has been active since 1982. Membership is open to anyone who has a diagnosis of depression­

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This is a great group for anyone with bipolar disorder at any stage of their recovery. The group is very dynamic with people from all walks of life. Peer support provides a lot of love to help mend the wounds of our emotional experiences. These em

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Bipolar Disorder Activists
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CPAD welcomes you!  This group seeks to break the isolation of PTSD, depression, anxiety and other disorders by offering the following: 1.  Group Meetings.  This group is led by Tim Marshall, Master Hypnotherapist, and Connie Stuetzer, L.C.S.W typica

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Hello my fellow social workers!!! I'm a licensed social worker, psychotherapist, psychoanalytic candidate, and member of the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service Alumni Advisory Board.  Over the years I worked as clinical consultant w

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Meet with local people who have been diagnosed with, or think they may have, or believe they have, bipolar disorder (aka manic depression) for discussion, information, and support. Note:  Meeting size is usually about 15 people, most people just don'

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The Denver Metro Area Bipolar Meetup is a group designed to bring people together that are diagnosed with bipolar disorder/manic depression in order to engage in discussion, support, and encouragement. Our meetup is growing and everyone is welcome to

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Beepers
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Depression Anonymous We are a group of people who support and encourage each other through the ups, downs and struggles of life. The meeting follows a 12 step recovery program to help work through the issues that have caused depression. NAMI Metrowe

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This group is a "safe place" for those who suffer with BPD/traits, at all stages of recovery.  We are a community group and here for support, and FUN!   It is truly a therapeutically helpful experience to connect with others who are similar to you.

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July 22, 2014

***This group is not designed to diagnosis or treat depression conditions. And, it is not a self-help group. The Gotham Depression Support Group is a local Meetup group that provides face-to-face discussion and support of depression-related issues. I

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July 16, 2014

This is a NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Connections support group for people living with a mental illness. Let's get together to encourage and support each other on our journey to recovery. All people living with a mental illness are wel

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July 16, 2014

This is a group dedicated to those who personally or is clinically identified with borderline personality disorder. We do not only talk about mental health, but also art, theatre, food, friendship, love… and life! Our regular meetings are strictly fo

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July 4, 2014

This is a group for anyone who is interested in sharing their experiences with anxiety and depression. The aim of every meet up is to find new activities to do to combat these issues.

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William
July 3, 2014

This group is for any young women who have been diagnosed or struggled with any kind of mental illness or disorder who'd like to socialize in a casual setting with other women who can relate. My idea is for it to be a little like a support group, exc

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Strong Ladies
June 28, 2014

Connection Support Groups This group is for people living with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, and other disorders. Our 90-minute meetings offer a structured group process led by trained facilitators designed to encourage, suppo

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Anyone living w/ Mental Illness
June 28, 2014

Connection Support Groups This group is for people living with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, and other disorders. Our 90-minute meetings offer a structured group process led by trained facilitators designed to encourage, suppo

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Anyone living w/ Mental Illness
June 27, 2014

Connection Support Groups This group is for people living with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, and other disorders. Our 90-minute meetings offer a structured group process led by trained facilitators designed to encourage, suppo

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Anyone living w/ Mental Illness
June 25, 2014

The aim of the group is to create opportunities for people with Bipolar who live in Yorkshire to socialise

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Yorkshire Bipolars
June 22, 2014

Tic Tac Toe Plano is a group for adults with epilepsy, tourettes, or other neurological conditions and their friends/family members to meetup, make friends, have fun and feel comfortable being themselves. My goal is to plan a fun activity at lease on

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