Icarus Project

Icarus Project

The Icarus Project is a mental health movement characterized by the view that many phenomena commonly labeled as mental illness should actually be regarded as "dangerous gifts". The name is derived from Icarus, a hero in Greek mythology, and is metaphorically used to convey that these experiences can lead to "potential flying dangerously close to the sun."

Read more about Icarus Project:  History, Mission, Structure/Funding, The Icarus Project Network, Publications, Media Mentions

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Sascha Scatter - The Icarus Project
... The Icarus Project was born ... The Icarus Project is now an international radical community support network and media project with over 14,000 participants ... A Reader and Roadmap of Bipolar Worlds was published by the Icarus Project in March 2004 and is currently in its 6th printing ...
Icarus Project - Media Mentions
... The Icarus Project has been mentioned in the New York Times, by Frontline 20/20, and many local media outlets ...

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