I am a mother who is on a journey with her son to help him overcome schizophrenia. We are taking a holistic approach. I have tested many of the therapies myself, so I can write with confidence about what they do. No therapy is too unusual to try, which makes for interesting reading.
Hi, I have undiagnosed lyme disease (testing in the UK is useless) have been diagnosed with 'schizophrenia' - the inverted commas are what I think of the diagnosis! Found this site tonight and think it's great.
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After college I completed a PhD in Neuroscience from the Center for Brain Research at the University of Rochester. I found myself getting tired of working with rats all day, and so I attended medical school, then completed a residency in Anesthesia at the University of Pennsylvania.
I was an anesthesiologist and pain doc for about 8 years,...
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Tom Donohue, thirty-three-year-old, son, brother and uncle of three, is the founder director of Who's Positive, a group of individuals infected, affected, sharing real stories about real people with a real commitment to humanizing HIV through firsthand accounts of young adults living with HIV. Since finding out about his own HIV-positive status in October 2003, Tom has dedicated his life to...
I am a licensed Clinicial Psychologist with specialized training in mood and anxiety conditions. I often treat individuals, couples, and families with a "here and now approach" to address their difficulties, as opposed to focusing on issues from childhood or subconscious conflicts. Short-term therapy (approximately 15 sessions or less) can be very helpful in many cases, and sometimes...
Dr. Schoen has specialized in Mind-Body Medicine for over twenty five years. Currently, Dr. Schoen is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA's School of Medicine, where he teaches and conducts research on and
Dr. Schoen’s research and practice is particularly focused on and how the mind affects the body. His sub interest is in the area of . His research and practice examine...