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October 27th 2015:Towards a National Policy on Autonomy and the Treatment of Schizophrenia

Dr. Chris Summerville is CEO of the Schizophrenia Society of Canada, www.schizophrenia.ca. Marni Soupcoff is Executive Director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation, http://theccf.ca/, a registered charity that defends the constitutional rights and freedoms of Canadians in the courts of law and public opinion. They describe their work with their organizations and the services these provide. They explain impairment of decision-making that occurs in schizophrenia and in the wider world of individual Canadians and their families, and the challenges that are created by these occurrences. They d

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Dr. Chris Summerville

Dr. Chris Summerville is CEO of the Schizophrenia Society of Canada, www.schizophrenia.ca, and Executive Director of the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society. He serves on numerous boards and committees. With an earned doctorate, he is certified with the International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services as a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Practitioner and as an Intervention Trainer with Living Works. As a family member and a recipient of psychiatric services, he sees mental illness as an issue in social justice as well as health.
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Marni Soupcoff

Marni Soupcoff is the Executive Director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation, a registered charity that defends the constitutional rights and freedoms of Canadians in the courts of law and public opinion. She’s a fourth generation Torontonian, but spent nine years in the United States, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the Johns Hopkins University in 1997 and received her law degree from Stanford University in 2000. Before moving back to Toronto, she worked as a lawyer with the Institute for Justice, where she litigated economic liberty and property rights cases. She then went on to spend over a decade as a national newspaper columnist and editor for the National Post and managin
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