When Neurons Tell Stories


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In her second book, When Neurons Tell Stories: A Layman's Guide to the Neuroscience of Mental Illness and Health, Erin combines her professional neuroscience background with direct experiences through her peer support work with clients in the Vancouver, BC Act team, to provide a layman's guide to the neuroscience of mental illness and health.

From the back cover of the book:
"Erin, whose graduate education is in neuroscience, works as a peer support worker in Vancouver, Canada; the stories told in this book are those of her clients. Erin’s empathy for her clients is built on her own diagnosis of schizophrenia. In this book, she opens for the layman the neuroscience that may underlie not only the symptoms of mental illness and addiction, but also mental health more broadly."

Erin was interviewed shortly after the book's publication by Niko Mellino on the Arts Report, 101.9 FM, Vancouver, BC – the
interview is available on YouTube.

When Neurons Tell Stories: A Layman's Guide to the Neuroscience of Mental Illness and Health can be purchased through bookstores, or online at Amazon or at Chapters Indigo. The book is also available as a Kindle eBook.

When Neurons Tell Stories: A Layman's Guide to the Neuroscience of Mental Illness and Health was published by Bridgeross Communications, a Canadian publisher specializing in mental illness, health and life topics. You can read the press release for When Neurons Tell Stories here. The book was published Apr 29, 2021, 284 pages, ISBN 978-1927637388.