The first map is the Resources map, which has links out to books, articles, webpages, apps, videos, films and other resources where people can learn about hearing voices, peer-based interventions, human-rights issue, psychoanalytic approaches, CBT, Open Dialogue, and emergence from extreme and unusual states.
The resources map can only be edited by invitation, but is available for comment by members of the DebateGraph community and can be read by everyone.
Suggestions for resources to be placed on the Resources map can be emailed to us at email@example.com.
We now also have a feedback map for your comments and questions. Please see the Help tab for detailed instructions on using DebateGraph.
Other maps, including the Issues map and the Moving Forward map, are available via the "ISPS-US" link.
Use the "Views" menu to select a presentation that works for you. Outline View, for example, is good for fast navigation on lap/desktops and tablets.