On August 20, 2015, after enduring years of intense workplace stress, bullying and harassment, Tracey Maxfield, a hard working, highly skilled, caring and compassionate nurse, hurtled headfirst down into an abyss of darkness, despair, pain and sorrow (she affectionately named the rabbit hole). … Read More... about My Journey Through Depression
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Did you know that 1 in 5 children and teenagers have a mental illness and that 50% of all lifetime mental illnesses show signs by age 14 and 75% by age 24? If left untreated, there is a very high likelihood of high school dropout, being bullied, engaging in risky behaviours/substance abuse, joining a gang, committing a crime, becoming a bully, unemployment, suicide and death. Did you know that today and everyday in the USA, 16 teenagers will die by suicide and over 4000 students will attempt … Read More... about Services
What people are saying
Tracey Maxfield provides information on her journey through depression. She informs all how to escape the rabbit hole with treatment, coping, and support. More importantly, she shows there is help, healing, hope and life after depression.
Lori’s Book Loft
Tracey has journeyed very deep into emotional pain, far beyond where many people have traveled. She can teach you, and me, and all who are fortunate enough to honor her words, that intense psychological injury can be endured, struggled against, and gradually, slowly, overcome.
Dr. Eric Kuelker
This book is a must read for anyone seeking to improve themselves. Tracey sharing her story the way she did is brilliant. This book makes you feel as though you are on the journey along with her, Tracey is changing lives one book and one talk at a time with her innermost felling absorbing you in.