Serious Questions About Life with Bipolar Disorder

2022-06-28T15:54:37+00:00June 28th, 2022|BSP, podcast|

Serious Questions About Life with Bipolar Disorder from A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Podcast “My Mom and Dad didn’t notice anything. My friends didn’t notice anything. It’s not like anybody said to me ‘Oh, my God, Gabe, you have bipolar disorder.’ They all just sincerely thought I was an asshole. ” – [...]

What to Look for in a Therapist or Counselor

2022-06-27T23:18:06+00:00June 27th, 2022|blog, guest blog, guest post|

What to Look for in a Therapist or Counselor People from all walks of life can benefit from working with a mental health professional. Mental illness, trauma, or simply just needing someone to talk to are all valid reasons for seeking out help from a therapist or counselor. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to [...]

The Wondering Mind Podcast Featuring Michelle Hammer

2022-06-22T18:04:23+00:00June 22nd, 2022|Michelle Hammer, podcast|

The Wondering Mind Podcast Featuring Michelle Hammer Episode 77: Schizophrenia And The City With Michelle Hammer In this episode, Michelle talks about some of the experiences she had growing up with schizophrenia, how it impacted her life, how she is able to navigate through and why openly speaking about schizophrenia is so [...]

Deep Q’s For an NYC Woman with Schizophrenia

2022-06-22T16:11:33+00:00June 22nd, 2022|BSP, podcast|

Deep Q’s For an NYC Woman with Schizophrenia from A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Podcast “When I was at home, I’d be talking to myself and they’re like, What are you laughing at? What is so funny? And I’d be like, Oh, nothing, nothing at all. But yeah, they figured it out. [...]

10 Minutes of Schizophrenia Psychosis

2022-06-13T17:57:20+00:00June 13th, 2022|blog, Michelle Hammer, schizophrenia caught on camera|

10 Minutes of Schizophrenia Psychosis This is Michelle Hammer. She has Paranoid Schizophrenia and has Psychosis episodes often while sitting on her living room couch. She set up a security camera to catch the schizophrenia psychosis episodes she has while sitting on her couch. She wants to show people that Schizophrenia Psychosis episodes are [...]

Mental Health Needs: Social Workers Can Help

2022-06-09T16:17:11+00:00June 9th, 2022|blog, guest blog, guest post|

Mental Health Needs: Social Workers Can Help Mental health needs and mental illness account for a staggering amount of public health and intervention concerns. They are prevalent not only in the United States but around the world. In the aftermath of COVID-19 and the incredible stresses and strict lockdowns it imposed on large percentages [...]

Schizophrenic Reacts to Schizophrenia Memes

2022-06-09T15:27:00+00:00June 9th, 2022|blog, Schizophrenia And The City|

Schizophrenic Reacts to Schizophrenia Memes In this episode of Schizophrenia and the City, Michelle Hammer of Schizophrenic.NYC reacts to schizophrenia memes. What does she think of them? Watch to find out! Like The Background? Get The Canvases Here > Subscribe to my Youtube Channel Here >

Packing for a Psychiatric Inpatient Hospital Stay

2022-06-01T03:16:08+00:00June 1st, 2022|BSP|

Packing for a Psychiatric Inpatient Hospital Stay from A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Podcast “Isn’t a pool cue like extremely dangerous in the psych ward? Like, you can’t have any hooks on the walls. But here’s a pool cue?” – Michelle Hammer Being in the psychiatric ward is not the [...]

Early Signs of Schizophrenia

2022-05-29T16:36:44+00:00May 26th, 2022|blog, Schizophrenia And The City|

Early Signs of Schizophrenia In this episode of Schizophrenia and the City,Michelle Hammer discusses some of the early signs of schizophrenia that she experienced. When Michelle was younger, one of her first hallucinations was that, while in the car, she would see a man driving a motorcycle on power lines. Although, at the [...]

Mental Health in America: Reducing Bias & Stigmas

2022-05-26T16:20:50+00:00May 26th, 2022|blog, guest blog, guest post|

People who suffer from mental illness are unfairly stigmatized in western society. Often these biases occur through micro-aggressions. Insensitive use of language. A silent aversion to people with mental health concerns. A simple unwillingness to learn more about what it means to suffer from mental illness. In all cases, however, mental health stigmas and [...]

Censoring Schizophrenia

2022-05-19T02:08:47+00:00May 19th, 2022|blog, guest blog, guest post|

by Matthew Ahmon The word “schizophrenia” carries lots of negative connotations and stigma – erasing those associations are one of the principal goals of Michelle’s company. In Canada, however, some companies are removing the word from their names in order to make it easier to raise funds and support for schizophrenia research and treatment. [...]

Schizophrenia Clothing Line Fashion Student Collaboration

2022-04-28T15:57:16+00:00April 28th, 2022|blog, collaboration|

Schizophrenia Clothing Line Fashion Student Collaboration Michelle Hammer the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC and Andrea Maris a student from The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) collaborated on a Fashion Line. When presented with the theme “Empire State of Mind” for the AAS exhibit at FIT, the unfortunate prevalence of schizophrenia in [...]

Crazy Outtakes from the Edge (The Bonus Episode)

2022-04-27T19:51:37+00:00April 27th, 2022|BSP|

Crazy Outtakes from the Edge (The Bonus Episode) from A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Podcast “Gabe & Michelle are mentally ill and crazy. It’s a rare combination.” – LISA KINER Bonus episode filled with outtakes and additional information. Put together by the show’s producer and editor, Lisa Kiner. Tune in [...]

The Social Impact Potential of Clinical Mental Health Counselors

2022-04-26T01:47:31+00:00April 26th, 2022|blog, guest blog, guest post|

The Social Impact Potential of Clinical Mental Health Counselors Almost anyone who has received help from a clinical mental health counselor will readily share that the experience shaped and changed their situation, circumstances, or even their life as a whole. Mental health counseling is becoming more widely recognized as a vital cog within [...]

Telehealth and the Importance of Remote Therapy

2022-04-01T20:23:15+00:00April 1st, 2022|blog, guest blog, guest post|

Telehealth and the Importance of Remote Therapy Stigma. Awareness. Finances. Time. There are many roadblocks keeping the average person from taking care of their mental health. And yet taking care of your mind is just as important as taking care of the rest of your body. Despite the hurdles, mental health services are [...]

Schizophrenia Episode Caught on Security Camera

2022-03-26T20:15:30+00:00March 26th, 2022|Michelle Hammer, schizophrenia caught on camera|

Schizophrenia Episode Caught on Security Camera This is Michelle Hammer. She has Schizophrenia and her security camera caught her on camera having a schizophrenia psychosis episode. She set up her security camera in hopes of catching herself in these episodes to show people that Schizophrenia is not scary, dangerous, or frightening. Nobody is ever [...]

My Humiliating Delusions

2022-03-21T16:48:38+00:00March 21st, 2022|Michelle Hammer, Schizophrenia And The City|

My Humiliating Delusions A Symptom of Schizophrenia is Delusions. It's something that I suffer from on a daily basis. For me, they are often humiliating. I often find myself paralyzed by them. Watch this episode of Schizophrenia and the City to find out more schizophrenic, Michelle Hammer. Like The Background? Get The Canvases Here [...]

KRACKING UP (in a Good Way): A Night of Stand Up For Mental Health Comedy

2022-03-09T18:24:41+00:00March 9th, 2022|blog, event|

Fountain House, SchizophrenicNYC, City Voices & Stand Up for Mental Health present... KRACKING UP (in a Good Way): A Night of Stand Up For Mental Health Comedy MONDAY, APRIL 25, 2022 7:30PM With the bad press coverage, people with serious mental illnesses have been getting for ages, we’d like to introduce to you a new concept: mental illness [...]

Moving Past Depression (and Other Musings)

2022-03-03T21:59:27+00:00March 3rd, 2022|BSP|

Moving Past Depression (and Other Musings) from A Bipolar, A Schizophrenic, and a Podcast “Why don’t we ever talk about how despite our best efforts, we are depressed? Now, let’s figure out how to move forward.” – GABE HOWARD We’ve all heard the adage, “An ounce of prevention is worth a [...]

Schizophrenia Episodes Q&A

2022-03-03T21:47:25+00:00March 3rd, 2022|Michelle Hammer, Schizophrenia And The City|

Schizophrenia Episodes Q&A I Michelle Hammer, share my Schizophrenia Episodes on the playlist Schizophrenia Caught on Camera. I also share these videos on all social media sites/apps. I get an enormous amount of responses and questions. I do a Q&A in this episode of Schizophrenia and the City Like The Background? Get The Canvases [...]

Lifestyle Changes That Can Help Deal With Mental Illnesses

2022-03-01T04:59:08+00:00March 1st, 2022|Uncategorized|

Lifestyle Changes That Can Help Deal With Mental Illnesses Mental illness is a broad term covering many health conditions that impact thoughts, emotions, and behavior. A person may have a mental health concern for a short period, but when it affects their daily function, they may be dealing with a mental illness. Mental illness [...]

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