Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Nami Five Guys
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×

Saving this for later?

Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime - even offline.

Text the download link to your phone

Standard text messaging rates apply

Nami Five Guys

272
views

Published on

Published in: Health & Medicine

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
272
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide
  • \n
  • We started this project by going on campus and talking to students. We went up to random students, asking if we could talk to them about mental illness. But to our suprise, everyone was willing to talk with us. To be honest, we felt more awkward and uncomfortable asking, than they did sharing personal stories about their experience with mental illness. We identified a disconnect between the questions we asked and how people answered. We asked about metnal illness and everyone answered with stories about their friend that was depressed or a parent suffering from bipolar disorder. We asked about mental illness and everyone responded with specific illnesses. This disconnect is what inspired our presentation.\n
  • We started this project by going on campus and talking to students. We went up to random students, asking if we could talk to them about mental illness. But to our suprise, everyone was willing to talk with us. To be honest, we felt more awkward and uncomfortable asking, than they did sharing personal stories about their experience with mental illness. We identified a disconnect between the questions we asked and how people answered. We asked about metnal illness and everyone answered with stories about their friend that was depressed or a parent suffering from bipolar disorder. We asked about mental illness and everyone responded with specific illnesses. This disconnect is what inspired our presentation.\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • - Anders Breivik\nnorweigan terrorist, bombed government buildings 8 deaths, mass shooting at a camp, 69 killed, mostly teenagers, paranoid schitzophrenic.\n\n- Jared Lee Loughner\nshootings in Tuscan Arizona, killed 6, 14 hurt, including congresswomen Gabrielle Giffords, scitzophrenic and substance abuse\n\n- Steve Carell - frank ginsberg\nDepressed character who has tried to comit suicide. black sheep of the family. Little Miss Sunshine\n\n- Natalie Portman - Nina Sayers\neating disorder, scitzophrenic, physically harms herself, halucinations, Black Swan\n\nThey only see the bad days, it's only protrayed as a worst case scenario\n\n
  • - Anders Breivik\nnorweigan terrorist, bombed government buildings 8 deaths, mass shooting at a camp, 69 killed, mostly teenagers, paranoid schitzophrenic.\n\n- Jared Lee Loughner\nshootings in Tuscan Arizona, killed 6, 14 hurt, including congresswomen Gabrielle Giffords, scitzophrenic and substance abuse\n\n- Steve Carell - frank ginsberg\nDepressed character who has tried to comit suicide. black sheep of the family. Little Miss Sunshine\n\n- Natalie Portman - Nina Sayers\neating disorder, scitzophrenic, physically harms herself, halucinations, Black Swan\n\nThey only see the bad days, it's only protrayed as a worst case scenario\n\n
  • - Anders Breivik\nnorweigan terrorist, bombed government buildings 8 deaths, mass shooting at a camp, 69 killed, mostly teenagers, paranoid schitzophrenic.\n\n- Jared Lee Loughner\nshootings in Tuscan Arizona, killed 6, 14 hurt, including congresswomen Gabrielle Giffords, scitzophrenic and substance abuse\n\n- Steve Carell - frank ginsberg\nDepressed character who has tried to comit suicide. black sheep of the family. Little Miss Sunshine\n\n- Natalie Portman - Nina Sayers\neating disorder, scitzophrenic, physically harms herself, halucinations, Black Swan\n\nThey only see the bad days, it's only protrayed as a worst case scenario\n\n
  • - Anders Breivik\nnorweigan terrorist, bombed government buildings 8 deaths, mass shooting at a camp, 69 killed, mostly teenagers, paranoid schitzophrenic.\n\n- Jared Lee Loughner\nshootings in Tuscan Arizona, killed 6, 14 hurt, including congresswomen Gabrielle Giffords, scitzophrenic and substance abuse\n\n- Steve Carell - frank ginsberg\nDepressed character who has tried to comit suicide. black sheep of the family. Little Miss Sunshine\n\n- Natalie Portman - Nina Sayers\neating disorder, scitzophrenic, physically harms herself, halucinations, Black Swan\n\nThey only see the bad days, it's only protrayed as a worst case scenario\n\n
  • - Anders Breivik\nnorweigan terrorist, bombed government buildings 8 deaths, mass shooting at a camp, 69 killed, mostly teenagers, paranoid schitzophrenic.\n\n- Jared Lee Loughner\nshootings in Tuscan Arizona, killed 6, 14 hurt, including congresswomen Gabrielle Giffords, scitzophrenic and substance abuse\n\n- Steve Carell - frank ginsberg\nDepressed character who has tried to comit suicide. black sheep of the family. Little Miss Sunshine\n\n- Natalie Portman - Nina Sayers\neating disorder, scitzophrenic, physically harms herself, halucinations, Black Swan\n\nThey only see the bad days, it's only protrayed as a worst case scenario\n\n
  • - Anders Breivik\nnorweigan terrorist, bombed government buildings 8 deaths, mass shooting at a camp, 69 killed, mostly teenagers, paranoid schitzophrenic.\n\n- Jared Lee Loughner\nshootings in Tuscan Arizona, killed 6, 14 hurt, including congresswomen Gabrielle Giffords, scitzophrenic and substance abuse\n\n- Steve Carell - frank ginsberg\nDepressed character who has tried to comit suicide. black sheep of the family. Little Miss Sunshine\n\n- Natalie Portman - Nina Sayers\neating disorder, scitzophrenic, physically harms herself, halucinations, Black Swan\n\nThey only see the bad days, it's only protrayed as a worst case scenario\n\n
  • In reality the bad days are only a small portion or the bigger picture\n\n
  • In reality the bad days are only a small portion or the bigger picture\n\n
  • The good days greatly out number thge bad days, but this isn't what the enterainment and the media choose to portray\n\n
  • Having a mental illness is somthing extremely personal.\nIt's going on in your mind, unlike a cold that people can see\n\nBecause of this, people \n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • Both of these quotes illustrate that the stigma is something created by others outside of the illness itself.\nThe carriers are paralyzed by the stigma. Because of the stigma they feel like they can't express themselves or combat the stigma\nwhich implicitly leads to the cycle restarting.\n\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • - this personal testimonial appears on the NAMI Depression page, and only mentions depression once while it mentions mental illness 9 times\n\n-and this is the only condition that has such a testimonial\n
  • play off of the cancer analogy\n\nspecific illness don't relate, but also with helping their own illness want specific help\n\n2/3 go to google first for information\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • look at the psychology website\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • We started this project by going on campus and talking to students. We went up to random students, asking if we could talk to them about mental illness. But to our suprise, everyone was willing to talk with us. To be honest, we felt more awkward and uncomfortable asking, than they did sharing personal stories about their experience with mental illness. We identified a disconnect between the questions we asked and how people answered. We asked about metnal illness and everyone answered with stories about their friend that was depressed or a parent suffering from bipolar disorder. We asked about mental illness and everyone responded with specific illnesses. This disconnect is what inspired our presentation.\n
  • We started this project by going on campus and talking to students. We went up to random students, asking if we could talk to them about mental illness. But to our suprise, everyone was willing to talk with us. To be honest, we felt more awkward and uncomfortable asking, than they did sharing personal stories about their experience with mental illness. We identified a disconnect between the questions we asked and how people answered. We asked about metnal illness and everyone answered with stories about their friend that was depressed or a parent suffering from bipolar disorder. We asked about mental illness and everyone responded with specific illnesses. This disconnect is what inspired our presentation.\n
  • We started this project by going on campus and talking to students. We went up to random students, asking if we could talk to them about mental illness. But to our suprise, everyone was willing to talk with us. To be honest, we felt more awkward and uncomfortable asking, than they did sharing personal stories about their experience with mental illness. We identified a disconnect between the questions we asked and how people answered. We asked about metnal illness and everyone answered with stories about their friend that was depressed or a parent suffering from bipolar disorder. We asked about mental illness and everyone responded with specific illnesses. This disconnect is what inspired our presentation.\n
  • We started this project by going on campus and talking to students. We went up to random students, asking if we could talk to them about mental illness. But to our suprise, everyone was willing to talk with us. To be honest, we felt more awkward and uncomfortable asking, than they did sharing personal stories about their experience with mental illness. We identified a disconnect between the questions we asked and how people answered. We asked about metnal illness and everyone answered with stories about their friend that was depressed or a parent suffering from bipolar disorder. We asked about mental illness and everyone responded with specific illnesses. This disconnect is what inspired our presentation.\n
  • sponsored hashtag: #nami4today promoting people to celebrate the victories and small sucesses of every day life. This will begin to diminish the appearance and weight that the portrayed "bad days" carry.\n\nUse celebrity supporters as fundraising heroes and stigma-busting champions\n\nAlso, a television campaign coud be sponsored by celebrity endorsers who have come out and expressed their pasts with mental illness: George clooney, Genn Close and Catherine Zeta Jones. Though these celebrities may not do much to relate to the actual carriers of mental illness, they will help garner support from the creators of the stigma and help minimize it.\n
  • sponsored hashtag: #nami4today promoting people to celebrate the victories and small sucesses of every day life. This will begin to diminish the appearance and weight that the portrayed "bad days" carry.\n\nUse celebrity supporters as fundraising heroes and stigma-busting champions\n\nAlso, a television campaign coud be sponsored by celebrity endorsers who have come out and expressed their pasts with mental illness: George clooney, Genn Close and Catherine Zeta Jones. Though these celebrities may not do much to relate to the actual carriers of mental illness, they will help garner support from the creators of the stigma and help minimize it.\n
  • sponsored hashtag: #nami4today promoting people to celebrate the victories and small sucesses of every day life. This will begin to diminish the appearance and weight that the portrayed "bad days" carry.\n\nUse celebrity supporters as fundraising heroes and stigma-busting champions\n\nAlso, a television campaign coud be sponsored by celebrity endorsers who have come out and expressed their pasts with mental illness: George clooney, Genn Close and Catherine Zeta Jones. Though these celebrities may not do much to relate to the actual carriers of mental illness, they will help garner support from the creators of the stigma and help minimize it.\n
  • sponsored hashtag: #nami4today promoting people to celebrate the victories and small sucesses of every day life. This will begin to diminish the appearance and weight that the portrayed "bad days" carry.\n\nUse celebrity supporters as fundraising heroes and stigma-busting champions\n\nAlso, a television campaign coud be sponsored by celebrity endorsers who have come out and expressed their pasts with mental illness: George clooney, Genn Close and Catherine Zeta Jones. Though these celebrities may not do much to relate to the actual carriers of mental illness, they will help garner support from the creators of the stigma and help minimize it.\n
  • sponsored hashtag: #nami4today promoting people to celebrate the victories and small sucesses of every day life. This will begin to diminish the appearance and weight that the portrayed "bad days" carry.\n\nUse celebrity supporters as fundraising heroes and stigma-busting champions\n\nAlso, a television campaign coud be sponsored by celebrity endorsers who have come out and expressed their pasts with mental illness: George clooney, Genn Close and Catherine Zeta Jones. Though these celebrities may not do much to relate to the actual carriers of mental illness, they will help garner support from the creators of the stigma and help minimize it.\n
  • sponsored hashtag: #nami4today promoting people to celebrate the victories and small sucesses of every day life. This will begin to diminish the appearance and weight that the portrayed "bad days" carry.\n\nUse celebrity supporters as fundraising heroes and stigma-busting champions\n\nAlso, a television campaign coud be sponsored by celebrity endorsers who have come out and expressed their pasts with mental illness: George clooney, Genn Close and Catherine Zeta Jones. Though these celebrities may not do much to relate to the actual carriers of mental illness, they will help garner support from the creators of the stigma and help minimize it.\n
  • sponsored hashtag: #nami4today promoting people to celebrate the victories and small sucesses of every day life. This will begin to diminish the appearance and weight that the portrayed "bad days" carry.\n\nUse celebrity supporters as fundraising heroes and stigma-busting champions\n\nAlso, a television campaign coud be sponsored by celebrity endorsers who have come out and expressed their pasts with mental illness: George clooney, Genn Close and Catherine Zeta Jones. Though these celebrities may not do much to relate to the actual carriers of mental illness, they will help garner support from the creators of the stigma and help minimize it.\n
  • sponsored hashtag: #nami4today promoting people to celebrate the victories and small sucesses of every day life. This will begin to diminish the appearance and weight that the portrayed "bad days" carry.\n\nUse celebrity supporters as fundraising heroes and stigma-busting champions\n\nAlso, a television campaign coud be sponsored by celebrity endorsers who have come out and expressed their pasts with mental illness: George clooney, Genn Close and Catherine Zeta Jones. Though these celebrities may not do much to relate to the actual carriers of mental illness, they will help garner support from the creators of the stigma and help minimize it.\n
  • sponsored hashtag: #nami4today promoting people to celebrate the victories and small sucesses of every day life. This will begin to diminish the appearance and weight that the portrayed "bad days" carry.\n\nUse celebrity supporters as fundraising heroes and stigma-busting champions\n\nAlso, a television campaign coud be sponsored by celebrity endorsers who have come out and expressed their pasts with mental illness: George clooney, Genn Close and Catherine Zeta Jones. Though these celebrities may not do much to relate to the actual carriers of mental illness, they will help garner support from the creators of the stigma and help minimize it.\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • Franchise out the On Campus program to alleviate the management stress form HQ and decrease the barriers for the program to grow\n\nAnyone on campus or in proximity of the campus can request the start up materials packet and create their own chapter.\n\nThese programs will also be tailored directly to a specific mental illness and there can be as many different clubs as demanded by the atmosphere and needs of the campus. \n
  • Franchise out the On Campus program to alleviate the management stress form HQ and decrease the barriers for the program to grow\n\nAnyone on campus or in proximity of the campus can request the start up materials packet and create their own chapter.\n\nThese programs will also be tailored directly to a specific mental illness and there can be as many different clubs as demanded by the atmosphere and needs of the campus. \n
  • Franchise out the On Campus program to alleviate the management stress form HQ and decrease the barriers for the program to grow\n\nAnyone on campus or in proximity of the campus can request the start up materials packet and create their own chapter.\n\nThese programs will also be tailored directly to a specific mental illness and there can be as many different clubs as demanded by the atmosphere and needs of the campus. \n
  • Franchise out the On Campus program to alleviate the management stress form HQ and decrease the barriers for the program to grow\n\nAnyone on campus or in proximity of the campus can request the start up materials packet and create their own chapter.\n\nThese programs will also be tailored directly to a specific mental illness and there can be as many different clubs as demanded by the atmosphere and needs of the campus. \n
  • Why do students join clubs?\nthey are passionate about a cause\n1. Genuine, personal interest in topic/hobby\n2. chosen a career path in that are and this is another venue for experience\n\nGroup 1 - can be anywhere on campus, don't know where to find\nGroup 2 - in the psychology, premed, biology, etc.\n
  • Why do students join clubs?\nthey are passionate about a cause\n1. Genuine, personal interest in topic/hobby\n2. chosen a career path in that are and this is another venue for experience\n\nGroup 1 - can be anywhere on campus, don't know where to find\nGroup 2 - in the psychology, premed, biology, etc.\n
  • Why do students join clubs?\nthey are passionate about a cause\n1. Genuine, personal interest in topic/hobby\n2. chosen a career path in that are and this is another venue for experience\n\nGroup 1 - can be anywhere on campus, don't know where to find\nGroup 2 - in the psychology, premed, biology, etc.\n
  • Why do students join clubs?\nthey are passionate about a cause\n1. Genuine, personal interest in topic/hobby\n2. chosen a career path in that are and this is another venue for experience\n\nGroup 1 - can be anywhere on campus, don't know where to find\nGroup 2 - in the psychology, premed, biology, etc.\n
  • Why do students join clubs?\nthey are passionate about a cause\n1. Genuine, personal interest in topic/hobby\n2. chosen a career path in that are and this is another venue for experience\n\nGroup 1 - can be anywhere on campus, don't know where to find\nGroup 2 - in the psychology, premed, biology, etc.\n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • \n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • - Define the Stigma\n- Explain that we need a 2-pronged attack\n- One to educate the “creators” to break down the stigma, and one to empower the carriers\n
  • \n
  • Transcript

    • 1. Rilee Harman | Mike Razim | Cameron Ferrin | Gerhard Stiene | Mohammad Al-Robaian
    • 2. OBJECTIVE
    • 3. OBJECTIVE To break down the stigmaassociated with mental illnesseswhile growing support for the On Campus programs
    • 4. KEY INSIGHTS
    • 5. KEY INSIGHTS1. The burden of the stigma is carried by those affected by mental illness
    • 6. KEY INSIGHTS 1. The burden of the stigma is carried by those affected by mental illness2. People with a mental illness do not automatically associate with all mental illnesses
    • 7. KEY INSIGHTS 1. The burden of the stigma is carried by those affected by mental illness2. People with a mental illness do not automatically associate with all mental illnesses3. Specific needs demand specific
    • 8. KEY INSIGHTS 1. The burden of the stigma is carried by those affected by mental illness2. People with a mental illness do not automatically associate with all mental illnesses3. Specific needs demand specific
    • 9. Stigma
    • 10. “The media andentertainment industry make the mentally ill into psycho Stigma killers.”
    • 11. “The media and entertainment industry make the mentally ill into psycho Stigma killers.”“Society views many mental illnessesas controllable. The person with theillness is viewed as the cause of the problem, rather than a victim.”
    • 12. StigmaCreators
    • 13. StigmaCreators Carriers
    • 14. StigmaCreators Carriers
    • 15. Creators
    • 16. Creators
    • 17. WHO ARE THEY?
    • 18. WHO ARE THEY? Anyone who has never had amental illness or been connected to anyone that has.
    • 19. WHO ARE THEY? Anyone who has never had amental illness or been connected to anyone that has. Their primary connection tomental illness is what they see inmovies or hear about on the news.
    • 20. WHY ARE THEY?
    • 21. WHY ARE THEY?Media portrayals only show the “worst case scenarios”
    • 22. WHY ARE THEY?Media portrayals only show the “worst case scenarios”News stories always hinge on the “bad days”
    • 23. WHY ARE THEY? Media portrayals only show the “worst case scenarios”News stories always hinge on the “bad days”No one ever sees the “good days”
    • 24. WHAT THEY SEE
    • 25. WHAT THEY SEE
    • 26. WHAT THEY SEE
    • 27. WHAT THEY SEE
    • 28. WHAT THEY SEE
    • 29. WHAT THEY SEE
    • 30. WHAT THEY SEE BAD DAYS
    • 31. REALITYBAD DAYS
    • 32. REALITY BAD DAYS
    • 33. REALITY GOOD DAYS BAD DAYS
    • 34. KEY INSIGHTS 1. The burden of the stigma is carried by those affected by mental illness2. People with a mental illness do not automatically associate with all mental illnesses3. Specific needs demand specific
    • 35. KEY INSIGHTS 1. The burden of the stigma is carried by those affected by mental illness2. People with a mental illness do not automatically associate with all mental illnesses3. Specific needs demand specific
    • 36. CANCER
    • 37. AmericanCancer Society CANCER
    • 38. AmericanCancer Society CANCER Breast Cancer (Susan G. Komen)
    • 39. American Cancer SocietyOral Cancer (OCF) CANCER Breast Cancer (Susan G. Komen)
    • 40. American Cancer SocietyOral Cancer Brain Cancer (OCF) CANCER (ABTA) Breast Cancer (Susan G. Komen)
    • 41. MENTALILLNESS
    • 42. NAMIMENTALILLNESS
    • 43. NAMI
    • 44. NAMIADHD
    • 45. NAMIADHD Bipolar
    • 46. NAMIADHD Bipolar Suicide
    • 47. NAMIADHD Autism Bipolar Suicide
    • 48. NAMIADHD AutismOCD Bipolar Suicide
    • 49. NAMIADHD AutismOCD Bipolar Suicide Eating
    • 50. NAMI PSTDADHD AutismOCD Bipolar Suicide Eating
    • 51. KEY INSIGHTS 1. The burden of the stigma is carried by those affected by mental illness2. People with a mental illness do not automatically associate with all mental illnesses3. Specific needs demand specific
    • 52. KEY INSIGHTS 1. The burden of the stigma is carried by those affected by mental illness2. People with a mental illness do not automatically associate with all mental illnesses3. Specific needs demand specific
    • 53. OBJECTIVE
    • 54. OBJECTIVE To break down the stigmaassociated with mental illnesseswhile growing support for the On Campus programs
    • 55. Strategy
    • 56. StrategyRefocus NAMI as an educational and fundraising HQ to growcampus presence through new franchised illness specific programs.
    • 57. RECOMMENDAT
    • 58. RECOMMENDAT
    • 59. RECOMMENDAT Awareness Campaign
    • 60. RECOMMENDAT Awareness Campaign Highlighting the good days
    • 61. RECOMMENDAT Awareness Campaign Highlighting the good days Diminishing the bad days
    • 62. RECOMMENDAT Awareness Campaign Highlighting the good days Diminishing the bad days “Celebrate Everyday”
    • 63. RECOMMENDAT Awareness Campaign Highlighting the good days Diminishing the bad days “Celebrate Everyday” #NAMI4TODAY
    • 64. RECOMMENDAT Awareness Campaign Highlighting the good days Diminishing the bad days “Celebrate Everyday” #NAMI4TODAY
    • 65. #NAMI4Today18 months relapse free!! :) #NAMI4TodayMy sis hard a hard time with depression but with lots of love &support she’s stronger today than ever #NAMI4Todaytomhanks The real Tom HanksPlease join me in supporting a fantastic organization and afantastic cause. Celebrate each day. #NAMI4Todaydont know where id be today without nami’s bipolar on campusprogram at vcu. thx NAMI! #NAMI4Today
    • 66. RECOMMENDAT
    • 67. RECOMMENDAT
    • 68. RECOMMENDAT
    • 69. RECOMMENDATCampus Campus Campus
    • 70. RECOMMENDAT Campus Campus CampusDe Bip De PTS De Schi OC Aut Autp ol p D p z D
    • 71. RECOMMENDAT
    • 72. RECOMMENDAT
    • 73. RECOMMENDATTo establish a club on campus you need:
    • 74. RECOMMENDATTo establish a club on campus you need: Interest + Passion
    • 75. RECOMMENDATTo establish a club on campus you need: Interest + Passion Students in the schools of psychology, life sciences, social work, etc.
    • 76. RECOMMENDATTo establish a club on campus you need: Interest + Passion Students in the schools of psychology, life sciences, social work, etc. Word of Mouth = Growth
    • 77. RECOMMENDAT
    • 78. RECOMMENDAT
    • 79. RECOMMENDAT Perfect space for NAMI tocommunicate the guidelines and program start-up materials toanyone interested in beginning a condition-specific NAMI On Campus program.
    • 80. RECOMMENDAT Perfect space for NAMI to communicate the guidelines and program start-up materials to anyone interested in beginning a condition-specific NAMI On A communication channel for all Campus program.campus leaders to share their tips and tricks on what makes
    • 81. On Campus ConnectionOn Campus Connection New materials on schizophrenia NAMI OnCampus Comments (3) Check out our brand new club kit on schizophrenia. It includes activities to educate your club members and ideas for campus outreach. Please download the materials and share how your club... Great idea to build awareness for National Bipolar Month NAMI Bipolar @ Loyola New Orleans Comments (2) In planning for National Bipolar Month in February, we’ve created some great ideas to share our... Any other Depression groups interested having a meet-up? NAMI Depression @ Columbia Comments (1) We want to meet-up with other NAMI Depression chapters around NYC next semester. Please... Looking for ADHD programming ideas NAMI ADHD @ VCU Comments (2) Our ADHD group at VCU is looking for ideas for a campus-wide we could host to help students experience what it is like to have ADHD. We thought it would be a great way to educate those on campus what it is like to study with ADHD, especially during upcoming crunch times like finals and were curios if any other groups have done any thing like this. Please post your ideas here.
    • 82. StigmaCreators Carriers
    • 83. Stigma EDUCATIONCreators Carriers
    • 84. Stigma EDUCATIONCreators Carriers
    • 85. Stigma EDUCATION CreatorsAdvocates SUPPORT Carriers
    • 86. Rilee Harman | Mike Razim | Cameron Ferrin | Gerhard Stiene | Mohammad Al-Robaian