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Interview with Jay Mahler and Sally Zinman

Jay Mahler and Sally Zinman were interviewed in June 2008 about the mental health consumer movement on the show "Mental Health Matters - Alameda County, California."

A recent episode of the program "Mental Health Matters - Alameda County, California" looks at the mental health consumer movement by listening to the stories of two long-time mental health consumer advocates, Jay Mahler and Sally Zinman.

http://www.mpuuc.org/mentalhealth/mentalTVconsumer.html

The entire series of these episodes may be viewed here:

http://www.mpuuc.org/mentalhealth/mentalTVshow.html

(Thank you to Barbara Meyers, who produces this program, for providing these links to MindFreedom.)

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