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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Mysteries of Mental Illness | Preview

Mysteries of Mental Illness explores the story of mental illness in science and society.

Mysteries of Mental Illness | Preview

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Brain on Fire

Learn about a mysterious illness known as 'Brain on Fire'.

Brain on Fire

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

The Wrong Body

https:/Mia Yamamoto spent most of her life being made to feel like she was 'mentally ill'.

The Wrong Body

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Ginny Fuchs and OCD

Olympic boxer Ginny Fuchs shares a little of what it's like to live with OCD.

Ginny Fuchs and OCD

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Ryan Mains and PTSD

Army Veteran Ryan Mains has struggled to accept his diagnosis of PTSD.

Ryan Mains and PTSD

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Hysteria

How do the beliefs of the day shape our understanding of mental illness?

Hysteria

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Michael Walrond and Depression

For years Michael Walrond battled depression, and for years he suffered in silence.

Michael Walrond and Depression

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

What's Your Normal?

Five people from the series Mysteries of Mental Illness talk about their struggles.

What's Your Normal?

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

A PTSD Diagnosis

Scientists are searching for trauma's biological fingerprints, to understand PTSD.

A PTSD Diagnosis

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Cecilia's Story

Hear Cecilia McGough talk about her struggles with schizophrenia.

Cecilia's Story

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Psychedelics and Mental Illness

A chemist accidentally created the psychedelic, LSD, while searching for new medications.

Psychedelics and Mental Illness

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

New Frontiers in Mental Health Care Access

A psychiatrist works to bring informal healthcare to culturally relevant settings.

New Frontiers in Mental Health Care Access

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

The Mass Incarceration of the Mentally Ill

Asylums were closed down, but the mentally ill are still being institutionalized.

The Mass Incarceration of the Mentally Ill

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

The Lobotomy

In 1936, neurologist Walter Freeman performed the first lobotomy in the U.S.

The Lobotomy

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

The Kirkbride Asylum

Kirkbride's 'hospitals for the insane' were built for those who had nowhere else to go.

The Kirkbride Asylum

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Experimental Treatments and the Rise of Eugenics

What gave rise to the Eugenics program in the United States?

Experimental Treatments and the Rise of Eugenics

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Episode 4 Preview: New Frontiers

A look at today’s most cutting-edge treatments for the mentally ill.

Episode 4 Preview: New Frontiers

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Episode 3 Preview: The Rise and Fall of the Asylum

Learn about the asylum, and its rise and fall as a place for treating the mentally ill.

Episode 3 Preview: The Rise and Fall of the Asylum

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery

Matthew Rosenberg is having deep brain stimulation surgery to help his OCD condition.

Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

A Debilitating Condition

For 8 years, Matthew Rosenberg has dealt with a debilitating form of OCD.

A Debilitating Condition

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Cynthia Piltch and Electroconvulsive Therapy

Cynthia is turning to ECT, or Electroconvulsive Therapy, to manage her severe depression.

Cynthia Piltch and Electroconvulsive Therapy

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Cook County Jail

How did prisons and jails become a frontline treatment for the mentally ill?

Cook County Jail

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

The Asylum Hill Project

Some 30,000 patients came through the Mississippi State Asylum, and many never left.

The Asylum Hill Project

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Mysteries of Mental Illness

Who's Normal?

What is mental illness and who's normal? This clip considers how we define these queries.

Who's Normal?

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