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Mental illness can affect anyone. In fact, one in four adults will experience a mental disorder in any given year. Help us spread the important message that mental illnesses are medical illnesses, and treatment is available.

Wrap Your Brain Around This: An Infographic On The United States Of Mental Illness

Mental illness can affect anyone. In fact, one in four adults will experience a mental disorder in any given year. Help us spread the important message that mental illnesses are medical illnesses, and treatment is available.

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This pin provides information for schizophrenia awareness. Read over the statistics, then visit the website. Read the information provided in the 'What is mental health?' tab, then listen to the video about young people with mental illnesses on the home page. I hope it provides you with a better understand of mental health, and its prevalence in youth. You are not alone!

This pin provides information for schizophrenia awareness. Read over the statistics, then visit the website. Read the information provided in the 'What is mental health?' tab, then listen to the video about young people with mental illnesses on the home page. I hope it provides you with a better understand of mental health, and its prevalence in youth. You are not alone!

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Understanding Depression

Understanding Depression

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Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness characterised by disturbances in a person’s thoughts, perceptions, emotions and behaviour. This infographic highlights changes in current thinking about the illness. To find out more visit www.mentalhealthtoday.co.uk.

Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness characterised by disturbances in a person’s thoughts, perceptions, emotions and behaviour. This infographic highlights changes in current thinking about the illness. To find out more visit www.mentalhealthtoday.co.uk.

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Mental illness is often thought of only as an adult concern. But about half of mental illnesses begin to reveal themselves in childhood. What is the state of children’s mental health and how is it different from that of adults?

Young People and Mental Health

Mental illness is often thought of only as an adult concern. But about half of mental illnesses begin to reveal themselves in childhood. What is the state of children’s mental health and how is it different from that of adults?

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I will scream this into the abyss until someone, anyone, and everyone hears. This is important. Don't ignore mental illnesses just because you're gender expectations are askew.

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Study Finds 1 in 5 Americans Lives With a Mental Illness

A lot of people think of mental illness as the disheveled homeless man, or the person walking down the street talk to themselves, but it’s not. It’s your friend, it’s your neighbor, it’s the person down the street,” said Dr. Peter Delany, director of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition involving obsessive thoughts and compulsive activity. Mental health disorders are touched on in PS0701 and PS07013. How do we assess, study and treat mental illness?

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition involving obsessive thoughts and compulsive activity. Mental health disorders are touched on in PS0701 and PS07013. How do we assess, study and treat mental illness?

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – The Invisible Scars. https://sobreviviendoapsicopatasynarcisistas.wordpress.com/

'Invisible Scars' Sounds Accurate For How This Must Feel

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – The Invisible Scars. https://sobreviviendoapsicopatasynarcisistas.wordpress.com/

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another project we are waiting to put through the neuroaccelerator www.neuroaccelerator.org

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Studies find that those with mental illness are actually more likely to be victims rather than criminals. Does this contradict portrayal of mental illness in film? (findings)

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Facts About Mental Illness and Violence - Mental Health Reporting - UW School of Social Work