Schizophrenia Recovery without Medication—Hearing Voices

A 38-year-old woman that I currently work with in psychotherapy came in with command hallucinations telling her to kill. I worked with her for a while and at one point she was living with her parents and she wanted me to see her mother who was pushing her to come in because she had various things to tell me so…

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Episode 76: Schizophrenia

Hello and welcome to another episode of Squeaky Wheel Productions’ Disability Series. Today’s topic is Schizophrenia. What is schizophrenia, what are its characteristics, and how is it managed? We’ll learn the answers to each of these questions and more. Let’s get started! There are many myths and misconceptions about mental illness, and the same can be said about schizophrenia. Schizophrenia…

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Understanding Psychosis- Tara Niendam, Ph.D.

Okay, so I’m gonna start off and give the first presentation on just a general overview of what psychosis is and what we know about it. And I think that this is a really important foundational presentation to make sure we’re all on the same page about who we’re talking about. But I also feel like for us in our…

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Can I be happy and still be depressed? #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

– Hey, everybody, happy Monday. And I know, normally, you don’t see me in this capacity on a Monday, but surprise. So, as most of you noticed, the wrong video went up. I’m just having trouble with my computer, I selected the wrong file to upload, and my bad. But everybody’s human, right? And now I’m just having issues with…

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Top Tips on Managing Your Mental Health | Clinical Psychologist | The Brain Tumour Charity

The stress is not something to push away and avoid – it’s part of our lives and we need to learn to live alongside it, so don’t be afraid to get inside the sadness for a while. So then anxiety isn’t something that’s within you and all-consuming and dominating – it’s something that’s out there that you can look at…

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Treating Schizophrenia with Antipsychotic Medication (1 of 4)

I think the data on whether a psychotic patients should be treated with an antipsychotic is fairly strong. The risks of being psychotic and the troubles that our patient can get into our being acutely psychotic are quite severe and can include suicide, so most psychiatrists would recommend antipsychotic treatment for patient who is suffering acute episode of psychosis. Now,…

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What Is Schizophrenia Like?

– God and just when you think it stops it just starts up again. Yeah, I’m ready for it to be done. (light music) – Today we’re doing a simulation of hearing voices. – I have never done anything like this before. – I’m doing the simulation today for my brother. He was diagnosed with schizophrenia recently. – I have…

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What Causes Depression / Low Mood | Clinical Psychologist? | The Brain Tumour Charity

What causes depression? It could be anything and, for a lot of people, what’s hardest is feeling like it’s nothing. Nothing’s happened. They can’t point to something that caused this feeling that has just caused a load of other changes. And now they’re in a bit of a cycle that they can’t quite break. And I think that’s one of…

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How to Recognize Schizophrenia Symptoms

How to Recognize Schizophrenia Symptoms. Schizophrenia is a serious brain disorder that requires lifelong treatment. There are many types of schizophrenia, so the symptoms will vary. You will need Doctor Research and family member. Step 1. Enlist the help of a doctor, or research the signs of schizophrenia. Watch for angry outbursts, catatonic behavior, and social isolation that may occur…

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