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  • 1. AlgorithmRESEARCHE
  • 2. What is Schizophrenia?
  • 3. What is Schizophrenia?
    Schizophrenia is a long-term mental health condition that causes a range of different psychological symptoms. These include:
    hallucinations - hearing or seeing things that do not exist
    delusions - unusual beliefs that are not based on reality and often contradict the evidence
    muddled thoughts based on the hallucinations or delusions
    changes in behaviour
    http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Schizophrenia/Pages/Introduction.aspx
  • 4. Reality? Fiction?
    schizophrenia is a disorder which blurs the line between what is real and what is unreal.
    these false delusions and compromised realities do in fact seem very real to its victims
    Source: “Schizophrenia: a beautiful fight” from:
  • 5. The 4 types of Schizophrenia
    There are actually four different types of schizophrenia, a distinction which often gets lost under the umbrella that the term "schizophrenia" provides.
    1)”paranoid" schizophrenia,
    2)"disorganized" schizophrenia,
    3)"catatonic" schizophrenia,
    4)"undifferentiated" schizophrenia,
    Source: “Schizophrenia: a beautiful fight” from:
  • 6. How to build a relationship with a schizophrenic
    entering this world with an open mind and heart.
    understanding
    Participate in the story
    You need to gain the trust and love of the person undergoing a schizophrenic experience.
    It takes a tremendous amount of love and endurance to stick with a schizophrenic,
    not give up on them and to not despair.
    Copyright: Yvonne Nahat 2007 Website: www.schizophrenia-help-online.com “how to help a schizophrenic”
  • 7. How to convince a Schizophrenic for treatment
    The cold methods of traditional medicine should be consideredskeptically when wanting to help a schizophrenic
    Be sure that you have found a doctor who will talk with the schizophrenicand won’t just do his or her diagnose
    A loving understanding and in depth participation on the part of the one who wants to help is often the first step in aiding a schizophrenic in his or her first steps towards betterment.
    Copyright: Yvonne Nahat 2007 Website: www.schizophrenia-help-online.com “how to help a schizophrenic”
  • 8. The one who wants to help should:
    offer trust and love
    needs to be prepared for an in depth journey into the psyche of another person
    Be there for the psychotic, no matter how trying they might be
    Try and find out the story the person is living through
    Enter his world of reasoning.
    gain the trust of the person undergoing a psychosis is of the utmost importance.
    If you are trying to get in touch emotionally with a schizophrenic be prepared to take a lot of blows.
    Copyright: Yvonne Nahat 2007 Website: www.schizophrenia-help-online.com “how to help a schizophrenic”
  • 9. Why Filmmaking?
  • 10. Watching movies affects the brain
    Different editing and directing styles affect brain activity
    In cinema, some films lead most viewers through a similar sequence of perceptual, emotional, and cognitive states.
    Source: “ watching movies affects the brain” By Marc Chacksfield at:
  • 11. Effect of Watching Movies
    All of our senses are affected through movies
    Our psyche is directly impacted by movies, especially when we hear music that arouses emotions as we watch
    They also elicit emotions by stimulating our senses
    Source: “effect of watching movies” at
  • 12. Movies For Better or for Worse
    They can re-traumatize
    they can worsen anxiety and depression
    The effect depends who is seeing it
    movies can make us more aware of what's happening
    TEACH US compassion and empathy
  • 13. Film as a teaching tool
    Psychiatric educators should familiarizethemselves with the variety of film options when teaching aboutschizophrenia.
    Theyhave already begun using A Beautiful Mind as a tool for instructing a widevariety of trainees.
    Source: “Beyond A Beautiful Mind:Film Choices for Teaching Schizophrenia” at
  • 14. Filmmaking Therapy
    a way to vent their frustration, loneliness and fear through the art of filmmaking.
    Turning thoughts and dreams into a vibrant visual story
    these films help explain the experiences of the patient and become an inspiration to others.
    http://sanfrancisco.parenthood.com/directory/article/therapy-through-filmmaking.html
  • 15. Therapeutic Filmmaking
    It offers some way in which to express emotions about personal experience
    By expressing personalexperiences, you can find healing and recovery
    filmmaking as a therapeutic process incorporates not only content but also interpersonal relationships among characters.
    Combining elements of talk, art, and narrative therapies with the process of personal filmmaking, therapeutic filmmaking represents a novel contribution to the field of psychology.
    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/866539/film_theory_filmmaking_impact_on_mental.html?cat=72
  • 16. Lars von Trier's Antichrist: Horror Filmmaking Therapy
    Two years ago I suffered from depression. Everything seemed unimportant. I couldn’t work. Six months later, just as an exercise, I wrote a script. It was a kind of therapy.
    I had to do something, otherwise I would just have slunk back into bed and stared at the wall.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antichrist_(film) AND http://feelingsoblahg.blogspot.com/2009/09/lars-von-triers-antichrist-horror.html
  • 17. From the Therapeutic Filmmaking Pilot Study
    Feelings of Mastery: doing something "cool” leads them to think more highly and feel better about themselves.
    Perceptual Shift: through a camera's lens: different perspective on themselves
    The Personal as the Subject in Filmmaking: By turning the camera on themselves: patientslearned a lot about themselves
    Film as a Catalyst for Discussion: interaction between client and therapist by opening up dialogue about issues that clients could not easily talk about or put into words.
    Source: http://tfinstitute.com/id71.html
  • 18. Effect of the movie “ A Beautiful Mind” on the pop culture
    brought schizophrenia into the public eye
    Taught people about the symptoms and recovery possibilities
    affected and shaped our understanding of schizophrenia
    Gave hope to the sufferers
    http://pitjournal.unc.edu/node/104
  • 19. Other types of Therapies, which influenced Algorithm
  • 20. Sharing experiences throughArt Therapy
    for use with people for whom verbal psychotherapy would be impossible.
    enable a patient to effect change and growth on a personal level
    exploration of the patient's inner world
    help people communicate their thoughts and emotions
    http://www.cancer.org/Treatment/TreatmentsandSideEffects/ComplementaryandAlternativeMedicine/MindBodyandSpirit/art-therapy
    http://www2.cochrane.org/reviews/en/ab003728.html & http://www.schizophrenia.com/sznews/archives/001976.html
  • 21. Art can help people:
    manage behavior
    reduce stress
    develop interpersonal skills
    increase self-esteem
    increase self-awareness
    Art can be utilized as a method not only to express your deepest thoughts and feelings, but as a tool to get to know yourself better and to discover your hidden talents.
    http://www.arttherapyblog.com/mental-health/mental-illness-treated-with-art-therapy/#more-68 and http://www.arttherapyblog.com/mental-health/mental-health-and-art-getting-started/#more-100
  • 22. Art therapists can also help address:
    emotional difficulties related to disability or illness
    trauma and loss
    post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
    physical problems
    cognitive problems
    neurological problems
    http://www.arttherapyblog.com/mental-health/mental-illness-treated-with-art-therapy/#more-68
  • 23. Schizophrenia understanding in the popular culture
  • 24. Schizophrenia has not been understood
    or recognized and is mistreated
    and so its powerful symptoms manifest as
    confusionand destruction.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/7037314.stm
  • 25. Psychiatry
    Unfortunately psychiatry leans far more towards controlling schizophrenia, rather than showing understanding towards a patient's true needs and potential capabilities.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/7037314.stm
  • 26. Myths about Schizophrenia
    1: Schizophrenia Causes Multiple Personalities
    2: Schizophrenics Are Dangerous and Violent
    3: Schizophrenics Need to Be Institutionalized
    4: Schizophrenics Are Mentally Retarded
    5: Schizophrenia Can't Be Treated
  • 27. Recovered Schizophrenics
  • 28. Stuart Baker-Brown
    his condition has nurtured his artistic expression.
    My symptoms have eased greatly, due to my own personal belief
    I am harnessing my creative side and now using my symptoms to work for me.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/7037314.stm
  • 29. Many people with schizophrenia are naturally creative and turn to the arts to release their inner thoughts and emotions
    If this potential creativity was nurtured and encouraged, we could find something quite unique
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/7037314.stm
  • 30. Influences
  • 31. π (also known as Pi) is a 1998 American psychological thriller film written and directed by Darren Aronofsky. It is Aronofsky's directorial debut, and earned him the Directing Award at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival, the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay and the Gotham Open Palm Award.The title refers to the mathematical constant π (pi).
    A Beautiful Mind is a 2001 American film based on the life of John Forbes Nash, Jr., a Nobel Laureate in Economics.[2] The film was directed by Ron Howard and written by Akiva Goldsman. It was inspired by a bestselling, Pulitzer Prize-nominated 1998 book of the same name by Sylvia Nasar. The film stars Russell Crowe, along with Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, Christopher Plummer and Paul Bettany.The story begins in the early years of a young schizophrenic prodigy named John Nash. Early in the film, Nash begins developing paranoid schizophrenia and endures delusional episodes while painfully watching the loss and burden his condition brings on his wife and friends.
  • 32. ‘Crazy Art’ Documentary Explores Art Therapy, Schizophrenia
    The documentary, Crazy Art, explores how art can be used by someone experiencing psychotic, depressive and manic symptoms to reduce and manage those symptoms.
    http://www.arttherapyblog.com/mental-health/crazy-art-documentary-explores-art-therapy-schizophrenia/#ixzz1Mh0wJDex
  • 33. Parallel life with Liviu
    Ciprian Manolescu, from Romania, excellent results from high schoolformer International Olympic mathematics major,
    is already associated professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA.