Free Book Club
Each month CMHRC hosts a free, online, Book Club meeting for parents, caregivers, and practitioners who are interested in discussing books related to mental health, mental illness, parenting, and more.
An eclectic selection of books, with everything
from classic texts like The Bipolar Child,
to workbooks, to fiction, bring a wide range of
ideas to our community.
Meetings provide discussion, education, support,
and information about resources available to both families living with mood disorders, bipolar disorder, and Fear of Harm and the providers who treat them.
These sessions are free and open to the public, therfore registration is required.
Link to register are in blue.
Book Club Selections
Since this group is open to the public it requires registration.
The link to register is in blue.
3rd Thursday of the month at 8:30pm Eastern Time
(7:30pm Central Time / 6:30 Mountain Time / 5:30pm Pacific Time)
Check back regularly for new additions to the schedule.
Books for 2024
schedule is subject to change
The Explosive Child, by Ross Greene, Ph.D.
January 18th, February 15th, & March 21st, 2024
BrainStorm: From Broken to Blessed on the Bipolar Spectrum, by Sara Schley
April 18th, 2024 (at a special time, 7:30pm eastern time)
Don’t miss this special Book Club session! Author Sara Schley will be joining our Book Club to discuss her book with our community. You can also hear Sara share her hopeful story during our March 2024 webinar.
You Are Not Alone: The NAMI Guide to Navigating Mental Health, by Ken Duckworth, MD
May 16th, June 20th, 2024
Turtles All the Way Down, by John Green
July 18th, 2024
The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder, by Carol Stock Kranowitz, MA
August 15th, September 19th, & October 17th, 2024
“What We’re Reading”
At this special Book Club meeting we’ll come together as a community to talk about the books we’ve all been reading independently, share opinions and reviews of those books, and make recommendations to one another. Join us for what is bound to be a lively conversation!
November 28th, 2024