“Peeling Back the Layers of Your Life” Episode 7 with Loronda C. Gibbons and Tracey Maxfield

Related Articles

Loneliness is the Ultimate Poverty by Leah Bisiani MHlthSc., DipBus., RN1., Dementia Consultant

PDF article courtesy of Leah Bisiani [pdf-embedder url=”https://traceymaxfield.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Loneliness-is-the-Ultimate-Poverty-LB.-March-20183924-1.pdf”] “Uplifting Dementia”: http://shimmeringspirit.wix.com/uplifting-dementia Leah Bisiani is a highly skilled registered nurse/dementia consultant, having completed her Masters in Health Science/dementia stream, and Diploma in Business/Frontline Management, with more than 30 years’ experience in aged /dementia specific care. After completing her Registered Nurse training

Read More »
TV/Radio/Podcast Interviews
Tracey Maxfield

Engage Educate Empower Episode 7 with Bill Murray of NAASCA

Bill Murray has long been a nationally recognized public safety advocate. Since early 2002, as his reaction to the events of 9-11, he’s continuously published the 6,000 page LA Community Policing web site, at LACP.org, which encourages U.S. residents to engage in public safety, homeland security and in helping their neighbors

Read More »
Mental Health
Tracey Maxfield

Mental Illness in African American Children and Teenagers

We know that mental illness/disorders do not discriminate based on race, colour, age, socioeconomic status, gender or identity. Anyone can experience a mental illness/disorder; however, minority communities such as African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans/Alaska Natives, Asian Americans to name a few, usually experience more severe forms of mental health problems

Read More »