Meg Hutchinson Video Series
Meg Hutchinson, is an award-winning songwriter, poet and recording artist on Red House Records and has toured widely in North America and Europe. Meg is a mental health advocate and speaks about recovery at conferences, schools and hospitals nationwide. Meg is currently a Dean's Fellow in the Master of Divinity program at Boston University's School of Theology training to become an interfaith hospital chaplain.
Hutchinson delivered the Smith SSW 2017 Convocation Lecture, The Courage to Remain, which offered insight into issues of suicide prevention, family dynamics, what it means to “heal” while managing an illness of the brain and the power of remaining fearlessly present in treating and living with a mood disorder. Before the lecture she sat down for an interview and discussed living and thriving with bipolar disorder.
- Songs From Before and After a Breakdown
- You Can't Rush a Breakdown
- Healing from Mental Illness
- Spirituality and Mental Health Treatment
- Speaking Out About Mental Illness
- The Healing Power of Narrative
- Revealing Mental Illness at Work
- Alleviating Shame in Mental Health Treatment
- A Social Worker in the Family