Jeanene Harlick

Former newspaper journalist and current, freelance writer specializing in health care/mental health.

I specialize in investigative stories, news-features, op-eds and profiles, as well as general-interest, online content whose subjects touch on health care and social justice/social services. I also write about about mental health (particularly alternative approaches), neurodiversity, and prejudice and discrimination toward various minority groups.

I am a contributing author to the forthcoming, 3rd edition of the university textbook, "Community Mental Health: Challenges for the 21st Century," edited by Jessica Rosenberg & Samuel Rosenberg (Routledge, Jan 2017).

Past outlets I've been published in include the San Francisco Chronicle, Stanford Magazine, Santa Cruz Sentinel, Bend Bulletin. Stanford Social Innovation Review and Sacramento Bee.
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From Self-Harm to Self-Empowerment: Liberation Through Words
madinamerica.comArticle
From Self-Harm to Self-Empowerment: Liberation Through Words
September, 3 2015
The Eating Disorders “Residential Treatment Industrial Complex”: Harm or Help? Part 1 of an Investigative Series
adisorderedworld.comArticle
The Eating Disorders “Residential Treatment Industrial Complex”: Harm or Help? Part 1 of an Investigative Series
June, 27 2015
Stanford readers sink their teeth into another serial / 'Two Cities' reaches people by mail, Web
sfgate.comArticle
Stanford readers sink their teeth into another serial / 'Two Cities' reaches people by mail, Web
January, 9 2004
The Differences Between Kohlberg's & Gilligan's View
peopleof.oureverydaylife.comArticle
The Differences Between Kohlberg's & Gilligan's View
September, 29 2017
Classroom
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Classroom
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