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.
Sandra Yuen Mackay, an artist who has schizophrenia, discusses the connections between creativity and mental health.
A Vancouver woman who has schizoaffective disorder is profiled in a video produced for Mental Illness Awareness Week Canada 2012.
A documentary about a group of artists who have schizophrenia working out of Cottage Studio, an art studio program for mental health consumers in Hamilton, ON. People discuss their past and present experiences with schizophrenia, and how creating art improves their lives.
Short documentary about Canadian author and artist Sandra Yuen MacKay, who has schizoaffective disorder and asserts, “Despite having a mental illness, I thrive on life.”
People with lived experience of psychosis made this great documentary to explain what it is and how to cope with it.
Nobel laureate Dr. John Nash on economic theory.
Mental health consumers collaborate with an investigator to design and conduct a research project on housing.
A pianist with Tourette’s searches for the source of his creativity.