A short documentary made by a person with lived experience of psychosis, on what it’s like and recovery.
People who’ve been suicidal share recommendations from the report The Way Forward.
The American Association of Suicidology 2014 National Conference in Los Angeles featured the panel, ‘Can You Hear Me Now? New Voices of Attempt Survivors.’
This historic, inspiring panel coincided with the launch of a new Attempt Survivors Division of the AAS, a move heralded as a major achievement in suicide prevention in the movement to include people who’ve been suicidal.
Soon after, the New York Times featured an article about attempt survivors. It includes an interview with Dese’Rae Stage of the Live Through This project, showcasing attempt survivor portraits and interviews.
These are all major milestones in attempt survivor visibility and involvement in suicide prevention. Congratulations to all who spoke out!
Hope and recovery from schizoaffective disorder in a great documentary made by a person with lived experience.
A mother with schizophrenia and her adult daughter talk about their lives, recovery, and the memoir they co-authored, in the touching video Love’s All That Makes Sense.
Spoken word artist Shane Koyczan gives a live performance of “To This Day” in a TED Talk.
A personal YouTube video about being suicidal and being affected by a parent’s suicidal thoughts, recovering, and getting help.
Heartwrenching and visually exquisite, “To This Day” is an animated journey into the effects of bullying.
A Vancouver woman who has schizoaffective disorder is profiled in a video produced for Mental Illness Awareness Week Canada 2012.
A young poet performs a poem written for people undergoing emotional turmoil.