Schizophrenia Video
Voices Documentary

“Voices” A New Documentary on the Untold Stories of Schizophrenia

by Staff Memberon May 19, 2014
There is a  new documentary coming out that highlights the challenges of families and individuals with schizophrenia and at the same time is targeted at reducing stigma in the people who don’t have a good understanding of psychosis.  From the trailer it looks to be a very good film.  You can watch the trailer now […]

The SunnyBoy (A Good, New Documentary Movie on Schizophrenia)

by Staff Memberon May 9, 2014
  Movies that cover people with schizophrenia have gotten a lot better in the past decade or so, but there are still too few good ones.  “A Beautiful Mind” (the hollywood version of the life of John Nash) was the first notable and hopeful story about a person with schizophrenia.  Thankfully there are now more […]


The Importance of Early Treatment for Schizophrenia and Psychosis

by Staff Memberon May 8, 2014
Research over the decade has confirmed repeatedly that the earlier that people get treatment for the early signs of mental illness (especially schizophrenia) the better the long term outcome for the person.  The first suggestive signs of psychosis are now well known. A person might become suspicious, or start to hear a voice, but still […]

Schizophrenia – A Recovery Story (video)

by Staff Memberon May 6, 2014
This is a good self-documentary by a 26 year old in England named Johnny Benjamin, about his own recovery process.  Since he’s been on the road to recovery he’s become a real advocate for change in the mental health community and has been very active in social media. He has also gone through the cycle […]

New Video Interviews with Elyn Saks, Professor with Schizophrenia

by Staff Memberon May 2, 2014
Elyn Saks has become somewhat famous during the past few years because she is one of the few successful career people to come out about their having been diagnosed with schizophrenia while they are still active in their jobs. (Especially where their jobs are not directly related to mental health.  Others, like Fred Freese, have […]

A Good Intro to Schizophrenia Recovery (video)

by Staff Memberon May 1, 2014
Following is a good introductory video on schizophrenia and recovery developed by Dr. Xavier Amador, a professor of psychology at Columbia University in New York City.  Dr. Amador is also the founder of the Leap Institute, a group that focuses on improving relationships. Their tools are for use in any relationship, but also they provide the […]

Schizophrenia Biology Lecture by Stanford Neuroscience Professor

by Staff Memberon February 7, 2011
Professor Sapolosky is a well-known neuroendocrinologist, and a professor of biology, neuroscience, and neurosurgery at Stanford University. He has written many books (which are both entertaining and highly educational) and is an entertaining speaker. In this video he provides a good overview of the genetics and biological and psychological/social factors that are involved with schizophrenia.  This is a […]