Schizophrenic.NYC Featured in NYCityNewsService.com. The Article is about; New Yorkers With Auditory Hallucinations Battle Stigmas: Fear of judgment makes it difficult to be open about the condition and its challenges. Several years ago, Michelle Hammer noticed a homeless man on the subway raising his hands and shaking his head from side to side. Hammer, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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!
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 [...]
We are thrilled to announce that Schizophrenic.NYC was featured in survivalisatalent.com's Holiday Gift Guide! Happy December! With the holidays fast approaching, I wanted to put together a list of mental health Christmas gifts that support the mental health community. Whether stories, jewelry, paintings, or accessories, these gifts raise mental health awareness. These products are made [...]
Here at Schizophrenic.NYC we are always happy to be recognized. We would like to announce that we have been featured in PsychCentral.com's Holiday Gift Guide. A list of gift suggestions, all under 25 dollars and all from mental health advocates and charities who can use the support. Purchasing these gifts shows you care about someone’s mental [...]
Michelle the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC was interviewed by Conversations from Studio B which is part of NAMI, Athens, OH Listen Here!
Check out Schizophrenic.NYC Founder, Michelle Hammer, and Youtuber, Rachel Star Live talking about getting diagnosed with Schizophrenia and telling the world about it. What do you think happened when we came out with our Schizophrenia diagnosis? Big thank you to HealtheVoices and Wisdo for making this video! Watch Below!
SchizophrenicNY, Michelle Hammer, shares how she said “I CAN” to using her voice to help others living with schizophrenia. RT her #ICanWithSchizophrenia story & we’ll donate $1 to support MentalHealthAm (min. $10K, max. $30K; thru 7/31) Join us & @SchizophrenicNY in spreading the #ICanWithSchizophrenia message! For every RT of this video, @JanssenUS will [...]
Check out Schizophrenic.NYC Founder, Michelle Hammer, and Youtuber, Rachel Star Live talking about their Schizophrenia and Stereotypes. What does the public think about people with Schizophrenia? Big thank you to HealtheVoices and Wisdo for making this video! Watch Below!
Michelle Hammer, the creator of Schizophrenic.NYC shared her experience with TheMighty.com on How I Opened Up About My Schizophrenia Diagnosis – and Started Helping Others Sponsored by Janssen. Hi, I’m Michelle Hammer, a schizophrenic girl living in NYC. I created and founded the mental health clothing line Schizophrenic.NYC. At this point in my life, I [...]
Michelle Hammer Talks about Changing the Mental Health Conversation through Clothing and Wearable Gear. Michelle Hammer considers herself lucky. “I’m a very lucky schizophrenic,” she said. One day while on the subway she encountered a homeless man talking to himself like she used to do. It forced her to see that without meds, [...]
We were thrilled to find out that "Voices" the documentary about Michelle, our founder, is featured in this weeks WebMD Health Now Podcast. If you are interested in listening to the Podcast you can do so here: https://t.co/KlpC59xyeh
Here at Schizophrenic.NYC we cannot be more excited to announce that "Voices" by WebMD is a finalist for the Tribeca X Award! Now in its third year, the Tribeca X Award honors the best in storytelling at the intersection of advertising and entertainment from the past year. The nine finalists feature work from acclaimed [...]
So glad that Michelle was featured in the article "Don’t Be Paranoid You Look" Great by Sydney MacDonald over at Convicts.NYC. “Things are just still really hard because even if you’re medicated it doesn’t mean the voices go away, it just means the voices become more positive.” There are few places in the world that [...]
Michelle recently gave a speech at Raritan Valley Community College for the To Write Love On Her Arms Club. One of the members Brittany, wrote on her blog about the speech. You can check it out at her blog Depression Diaries. Michelle and Brittany
We are thrilled to announce that Schizophrenic.NYC was featured in Psychology Today. Read Michelle's full interview Here >
Head on over to Transformation-is-Real.com/Blog to read Michelle's newest Blog post about growing up with Schizophrenia called I wasn't a Bitch, I was Schizophrenic. It's an eye-opening piece about growing up with Schizophrenia and dealing with symptoms on a daily basis. I didn't want to speak. I didn't want to be noticed. [...]
Here at Schizophrenic.NYC we are excited to announce that we made it into The Mighty's Summer Gift Guide. You can check out the Gift Guide Here >
We are so excited to announce that Schizophrenic.NYC and Michelle's story was featured in Inside Lacrosse Magazine May 2017. Inside Lacrosse Editor in Chief Matt Kinnear found out about Michelle's blog post Lacrosse Saved My Life and thought it would be a great idea to have a feature of Michelle in his magazine. You can subscribe the magazine HERE, or [...]
Our founder, Michelle was ecstatic that her blog entry How the sport of Lacrosse saved my Life was featured in LacrosseAllStars! Michelle was a college Lacrosse player, and captain at SUNY Oneonta. If you would like to see the feature, you can do so HERE.
Michelle the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC was featured in Sarah Fader's Podcast! Sarah Fader is the CEO of StigmaFighters.com. Listen to the Podcast below!
Our founder Michelle had the great opportunity to be interviewed by HOWL Magazine. Michelle speaks about her journey with Schizophrenia and getting her diagnosis. As well as trying to make a change in how NYC sees mental health. Read More Here >