Inside Schizophrenia: Working With Schizophrenia Everyone complains about work. Having to go to work every day, working too much, not getting paid enough- working can be challenging for so many reasons. Today’s episode focuses on working while having schizophrenia. Host Rachel Star Withers, a diagnosed schizophrenic, and co-host Gabe Howard share antidotes from their own [...]
The protest in Union Square, NYC went great! Here are some pictures from this amazing event!! IN COLLABORATION WITH: @schizophrenic.nyc @cecilia_mcgough and @inspirationalmentalhealth Photo credit to @ashleyjacklyn.c Get the TEE! FIND IT HERE >>
After going to a protest with some awesome mental health advocates Schizophrenic.NYC and I AM NOT A MONSTER SCHIZOPHRENIA are throwing our own protest in Union Square, New York, NY on August 16th, from 5:00PM-7:00PM. Sign up to attend HERE!Here are some photos from the protest we attended this week.
I love hanging out with Cecilia McGough of Students With Schizophrenia and the awesome Joy Irving @Jnaturalez. We all have Schizophrenia and we are all awesome. Check out some photos we took in Schizophrenic.NYC gear!
I am so excited to announce that myself, Michelle and Carrie of BreathePositivity.com are featured on Lee Thomas Podcast Crazy Talk.Lee Thomas was born and raised in a small town in northern Alberta. From a young age, they were heavily involved in athletics, student government, and other extracurriculars. However, during their teen years, they began [...]
If you have mental health issues, detoxing the body can be a great way to get back on your feet and remain well after dealing with your mental health. However, many people believe that detoxing the body is difficult since detoxing is essentially the process of getting rid of unwanted toxins in the body. If [...]
Hi Everyone! I had the opportunity to speak at the Shedding Light On Mental Health Conference A mental health conference brought in partnership by NAMI Greater Wheeling and West Liberty University. I went with my co-host of A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic and a Podcast, Gabe Howard, who was a keynote speaker. I gave an [...]
by Allie Burke on StigmaFighters.comI met Michelle Hammer years ago through a mutual passion to reduce stigma associated with schizophrenia. I remember feeling so awed and inspired by her because she was so artistic and brilliant. Not only did I respect her for what she was doing but I genuinely wanted to be her friend [...]
Michelle, the Founder of Schizophrenic.NYC was Featured in TheMighty.com - How I’ve used art to express my journey with schizophrenia and reduce stigma around mental illness"Ten years ago, I bought a sketchbook and markers. I had the sliver of an idea and wanted to see where it took me. During that summer, I started drawing detailed [...]
Schizophrenic.NYC is happy to announce that Michelle, our founder was featured in a video on BreathePositivity.com by Carrie Rossiter. Check out the video about Michelle living with Schizophrenia!
Schizophrenic.NYC was given the great opportunity to have a photo shoot New Yorkers with Melissa Tolve and Ann/Drew Gayle! Check out the awesome photos below! They feature the DONT BE PARANOID, YOU LOOK GREAT Tank and Tee. The Men's Fire Rorschach Test Tee. The Women's Blue Rorschach Test Tee. Also being awesomely featured are Michelle's [...]
Instagram recently blocked many mental health related hashtags like #suicide, #cutting, and #schizophrenic. As an advocate, I question why we are blocking the language -- and therefore the discussion -- surrounding of mental illness at all. But, as a schizophrenic, I'm deeply concerned that Instagram determined my illness is offensive and/or inappropriate. In my [...]
If you don't already know Michelle, the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC is a co-host on the Podcast, A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and Podcast. It can be found on PsychCentral.com, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify. Michelle and her co-host Gabe Howard are now accepting listener questions for future shows. Feel free to ask [...]
Here at Schizophrenic.NYC we are excited to announce that A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, And A Podcast made it into Wego Health's Best In Show Top 10 Podcasts of 2018! Michelle Hammer Mental Health Patient Leader Facebook | Twitter | Instagram “I’m a Schizophrenic New Yorker who decided to use my creativity and fearless personality to do something different. [...]
Earlier this month we posted about Michelle, the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC speaking at the Faces Of Schizophrenia event hosted by Students with Schizophrenia located at Fountain House in New York City. The event went amazing and Michelle had a blast! Here are some photos from the event. [...]
Written by Alexie Crest. Paranoia is an intense feeling of anxiety often involving thoughts related to persecution, threats, or conspiracy. It can have a crippling effect on a person’s life if not treated. And with Cnet reporting that technology is making privacy harder, more people are suffering with various levels of paranoia. In this post, [...]
Tea Jay has written many articles for Schizophrenic.NYC and now has an amazing book out calledIn The Gray Area of Being Suicidal.Here is the intro.Mental illness is painful; I won’t be the first or the last person to tell you this in your life. It is difficult to live with, it is difficult to love [...]
Michelle, the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC was featured in the article "What Psychotic Episodes Really Look and Feel Like" by Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. on PsychCentral.com. “[During a psychotic episode], I zone out. I’m gone. I leave reality,” said Michelle Hammer, who has schizophrenia. She’s the co-host of Psych Central’s A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast and founder of Schizophrenic.NYC, a [...]
For those of you who don't know, Michelle has a podcast with Gabe Howard called A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, And A Podcast. Well Gabe Has written a book called Mental Illness is an Asshole, and you should all check it out. For years, Gabe Howard’s entertaining articles and essays have been educating people about [...]
Faces Of Schizophrenia is both a speaking and music event. This is Students With Schizophrenia's first public outreach event in New York City, and we are so excited about announcing our collaboration with Fountain House. This event will focus on the three stories of three individuals who have schizophrenia. The purpose of this event is [...]
Here at Schizophrenic.NYC we are proud to announce that our creator Michelle Hammer as featured in the thesewaneereview.com. It's a great article about a girl who got into Yale and also has Bipolar Disorder. Michelle was interviewed about having a mental illness and being in college. Read Full Article!
My name is Sam Miltich. I am diagnosed with paranoid Schizophrenia. I am a full time jazz guitarist based in Minnesota. I live in Grand Rapids, Minnesota which is in the northern part of the state. Its a relatively small town with 10,000 people. I was born and raised here. I have lived breifly in [...]
Michelle made an awesome video about what it really looks like to have Schizophrenia Hallucinations and Delusions. Check out the video below to watch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrBANGtp9i0&feature=youtu.be
The Schizophrenic.NYC is excited to announce that Michelle was interviewed by WFUV Fordham Radio Station(New York City's commercial-free home of music discovery!) The Episode Featuring Michelle is about "The Other Side of Stigma." For anyone who has never experienced bias or prejudice, it might be hard to understand the true meaning of stigma. On this [...]
Michelle, the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC teamed up with Janssen Global to produce a great article and a video to go with it! Here is the beginning of the article and the video. Michelle Hammer describes herself as "a schizophrenic New Yorker trying to change the way New York City sees mental health." To achieve that [...]