Post Traumatic Spiritual Gifts with Rev. Schulman: Free Public Webinar 8/30

Posted by on August 23, 2020 in Activism, Disability, Mental Health, Peer Support | 2 comments

UUCE Accessibility Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Eugene Community, Oregon

Public Service Announcement

UUCE Online Access Forum with special guest Rev. Phillip Schulman, “The Struggle & Dignity of a Minister with Traumatic Brain Injury: Post Traumatic Spiritual Gifts.” 

Sunday, August 30, 2020, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm PST:

Rev. Phillip Schulman:
Mad Movement Minister

1989 Graduate of UU Starr King School for the Ministry, Phillip has served four UU congregations as Minister. He has been a community organizer and director of various holistic and peer support programs for wellness and restorative justice. 

Beautiful live music by Susanne Giordano, log on 5 min. early to hear extra music by her. Patrick Galasso will provide ASL interpreting. Co-sponsored by Unitarian Universalist Church in Eugene Accessibility Committee and Careworks of Lane County. For more info, phone volunteer David W. Oaks at 541-914-1469 or email

Phillip recovering in hospital
Phillip after his 2017 accident

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  1. If you were an active psychiatric survivor activist in late 1970’s or early 1980’s, you may remember that we networked with an annual small gathering each summer. The name I remember our agreeing to was International Conference for Human Rights and Against Psychiatric Oppression. Very helpful. Whether or not you attended, or even were alive then, I am interested in reviving this, virtually online. Intrigued? Pls email me at