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
About the Author
Tracey Maxfield is a nurse with over 36 years’ experience. She is certified in gerontology and dementia care and is a regular guest on well-known author and radio host Peter Rosenberger’s show Hope For the Caregiver on WLAC and iHeart Radio in Nashville, Tennessee. Tracey has written articles on … Read More... about Tracey Maxfield
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
@TraceyMaxfield shared her very personal and difficult journey through #depression. Giving warning signs to #caregivers – respect the stress that’s on them that can take them into dark places. #TuesdayThoughts @HHCaregiver @CaregiveWarrior
Peter Rosenberger (@Hope4Caregiver)
Canadian Author and Nurse Tracey Maxfield Shares Her Personal Story of Battling Depression Maxfield Working to End the Stigma of Mental Illness and Stop the Suicide Epidemic in the U.S. and Canada For Immediate Release: Vancouver, BC Canada February, 5 2019 – Author and medical professional Tracey Maxfield is sharing her personal journey through mental illness. Her book Escaping the Rabbit Hole: my journey through depression is critically acclaimed even being nominated for the 2019 Author Academy Awards. She now travels the world helping others to know they’re not alone. Fighting the stigma is so important when it comes to mental illness, so people aren’t afraid to speak up and get help. “Tracey has journeyed very deep into emotional pain, far beyond where many people have … Read More... about Press Release