Michelle Hammer the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC Featured on the I'm Loving Me Project The creator Gloria Ward has the mission of: Inspiring One Million Women Worldwide: Overcome Limiting beliefs. Drive Business Results. Live an Extraordinary Life. Watch the interview below.
This week the dynamic duo Michelle Hammer and Gabe Howard appeared on TheMighty to Host Ask a Bipolar & a Schizophrenia Advocate. Watch the video below.
**Trigger Warning** Self-Harm My first few weeks at college were amazing...then I started to think my best friend/roommate was trying to kill me. I'm Michelle Hammer and I have Paranoid Schizophrenia. I'm not sure when I officially got it but it didn't really "blow up" until I went to college at 18. I made [...]
Dating With A Mental Illness With Michelle Hammer & Carolyn Rossiter Michelle and Carrie are a married couple in their early 30's living in New York City. Michelle has Schizophrenia. Carrie has Anxiety and Depression. How do they make their relationship work? In this video, Michelle and Carrie answer viewers' questions on what [...]
This video features the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC, Michelle Hammer, a Schizophrenic girl living in New York City. She set up a video security camera to record herself having psychotic episodes, to show that they are not dangerous, or violent. What did you learn from this video?
The founder of Schizophrenic.NYC Michelle Hammer, sat down with Lauren Kennedy of Living Well With Schizophrenia to discuss a huge topic in the mental health field. Political Correct-ness what is it when it comes to mental health? Labels. People will argue and argue over person-first language vs. identity-first language. Lauren goes by person-first. Michelle [...]
This is Michelle Hammer. She has Schizophrenia and her security camera caught her on camera having a psychotic episode. She set up her security camera in hopes of catching herself in psychotic episodes to show people that Schizophrenia is not scary, dangerous or frightening. Nobody is ever hurt in any of the videos. It [...]
Schizophrenia isn't always scary. A lot of it is just talking to yourself throughout the day. I bought a security camera to catch myself in moments while I am talking to myself. I promise there is nobody in the room and I am acting completely delusional and having hallucinations. I was not scared at [...]
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!
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 [...]
Hi guys! I am thrilled to announce that my speech about living with and "recovering" from Schizophrenia from ThisIsMyBrave is now ready to view. I was pretty nervous about making this speech but as time past I felt more comfortable. It's never easy to talk about the past, especially when mental illness is involved. I [...]
How do you define normal? Well, the amazing Gabe Howard and I made a great video for A bipolar, a schizophrenic, and a podcast called “How do you define normal?” We went to The Ohio State University campus and interviewed students about what the word “normal” meant to them. It also features the Define [...]
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!
Do you have questions about living with mental illness? Gabe & Michelle have answers! Ask the hosts of 'A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast' anything you like.We are live on TheMighty.com's Facebook page Mental Health On The Mighty every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month! Be sure to tune in! Here is a recording of [...]
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!
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 [...]
A candid interview with Michelle Hammer, who lives with Schizophrenia & created a Mental Health Clothing Line which you can find at Schizophrenic.NYC. Hosted by Gabe Howard from The Psych Central Show Podcast. Watch the vid below!
Michelle, the founder of Schizophrenic.NYC was interviewed by Rudy Caseres a fellow Mental Health Advocate on Facebook Live! Check out the video below! Follow Rudy FB: facebook.com/rudycaseres IG: @rudycaseres TW: @rudycaseres
We are thrilled to announce that Schizophrenic.NYC was featured in Psychology Today. Read Michelle's full interview Here >
Here at Schizophrenic.NYC we are so excited to announce that Michelle, our founder made an amazing video with WebMD.com
Wisdo.com made an amazing video of Michelle and her experiences of living with Schizophrenia. It was filmed at the HealthEVoices Conference in Chicago. Enjoy the video below! What's it Like to Live with Schizophrenia
Michelle, the Founder of Schizophrenic.NYC, and Wisdo teamed up at the HealthEVoices Conference to make a video about What it's Like to Live with Schizophrenia. What the video below!