At CourseCafe we focus on finding new ways to change people's lives for the better by providing in-depth, expert knowledge that goes beyond skill based information and looks at important topics from inside and out. We are able to teach you the concepts and mentality at the heart of some life's most difficult topics, including family care for mentally ill, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and even alternative treatments for debilitating diseases such as Parkinson's.
We're constantly working on new courses that will bring life changing experiences to our audience. Check out our first course, Schizophrenia Quick S.T.A.R.T., devoted to helping family members and caregivers get through the initial stages of having a loved one diagnosed with Schizophrenia. This is the first of our Mental Health Series we will be launching soon.
Take a look at our 'coming soon' section to see what comes next!
If you’re struggling to care for a family member with schizophrenia, you’ve probably realized that there is a complete lack of knowledge and resources about the subject. What are the proper steps you should take as far as care and medication? What do you do if they have an episode and become uncontrollable? Do you have a real diagnosis and a treatment plan? What if you don’t know how to answer these questions? Are you just supposed to figure it out by yourself? And how long is that going to take?
Enter Schizophrenia Quick S.T.A.R.T.
Not only are our experts authorities in each of their chosen areas of expertise, they are exceptional individuals driven by their inner mission to spread the important knowledge they have gained to the people who really need it.
Michael is a published author and co-founder of the non-profit organization, "The Jani Foundation" which serves schizophrenic children and their families, in the Santa Clarita Valley. He is also the father of two mentally ill children, Jani age 13 diagnosed with early onset schizophrenia and Bodhi age 7 currently diagnosed as autistic with explosive tendencies.
Using her background in broadcasting and her position as co-founder of "The Jani Foundation", Susan Schofield has become an advocate for raising awareness of the mentally ill in the Santa Clarita Valley. She also cares for her two mentally ill children, Jani and Bodhi who are diagnosed with early onset schizophrenia and autism with explosive tendencies (respectively).