Bridgeross Communications is an independent publisher specializing mainly in books on mental illness.
Schizophrenia: Medicine's Mystery – Society's Shame. has received considerable praise and is recommended by the World Fellowship for Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders. Schizophrenia Digest Magazine now called SZ Digest said this book is “a powerful resource for anyone looking for answers and insight into the world of mental illness."
After Her Brain Broke: Helping My Daughter Recover Her Sanity is recommended by NAMI in the US, EUFAMI in Europe and the Mood Disorders Association of Canada.
My Schizophrenia Life: The Road to Recovery From Mental Illness is also recommended by NAMI in the US and the Mood Disorders Association of Canada.
What A Life Can Be: One Therapist's Take on Schizo-affective Disorder is highly recommended by Dr Tom Burish, the Provost of Notre Dame and Dr E Fuller Torrey, the author of Surviving Schizophrenia.
Bridgeross also publishes The Adolescent Owners Manual by Dr David Laing Dawson and Dawson's mysteries which have been compared to the works of Elmore Leonard and Robin Cook.
Bridgeross also publishes two anthologies, a humorous book on pets and has produced a documentary film on schizophrenia. Details are available on its website at http://www.bridgeross.com
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