Articles Tagged: schizophrenia

Carolyn Phelps, Ph.D

Medications

February 10, 2014

Well, I wasn’t just whistling Dixie last night on the show when I said I had tried to cram a three-hour show inside of 24 minutes (which is approximately the real time that we have to actually discuss any topic on the show). I could have had both of them back on for the next [...]

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Carolyn Phelps, Ph.D

Schizophrenia and Psychosis

October 11, 2013

What a wonderful show last night and I want to thank all my guests, David Fleissner, Dr. John Glick, and Tom Lewandowski for giving up their evening for us. An especially warm shout out goes to David, a wonderful ambassador for recovery with mental illness. Let’s review some of the main points of schizophrenia before we [...]

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Carolyn Phelps, Ph.D

DEMYSTIFYING SCHIZOPHRENIA

February 19, 2013

Here are some more facts about Schizophrenia: 1.1% of the population greater than 18 is diagnosed with Schizophrenia. That is 2.2 million in the United States and 51 million worldwide. Women and men are essentially affected equally in terms of illness rates, though in women, the illness tends to begin later in life and often [...]

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Episode 5 – Schizophrenia

November 2, 2011

Thanks all of you for tuning in on Thursday, October 27, 2011 for our show on Schizophrenia. I wish you could have seen Eric Spaeth’s art work in person. It is truly amazing, but all is not lost. Go to Dunn Brothers on London Road and you can check out some of his paintings. Presently, [...]

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