Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disorder resulting in some people hearing voices others do not hear. They may believe other people are reading and/or controlling their minds, or plotting to harm them.

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How to Understand Schizophrenia

Jeanie Tse, MD, discusses five domains of schizophrenia symptoms. Published by Howcast (3:00 minutes)

Tell Me About Schizophrenia

Published by NAMI, this short video shares a glimpse into what life can be like for someone with schizophrenia.   (1:09 minutes)

Schizophrenia & Dissociative Disorders

Published by CrashCourse, this video defines both of these disorders, including symptoms. Also, some myths are corrected. (11:43 minutes)

Schizophrenia: Stolen Minds, Stolen Lives

This video shares personal stories from people living with Schizophrenia. Scientists share their thoughts about the disorder. (50:01 minutes)

Recovery Stories in Mental Health

Provided by Institut Douglas, this video shares a success story of Janet, who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia. The “Recovery Stories in Mental Health” series […] (4:17 minutes)

Psychosocial Treatment

Psychiatrist Jeanie Tse, MD, discusses psychosocial treatment for schizophrenia disorder. Published by Howcase. (2:51 minutes)

Electroconvulsive Therapy

Jeanie Tse, MD, talks about electroconvulsive therapy and its effectiveness with Schizophrenia. She discusses myths and the procedure. Published by Howcast (2:14 minutes)

Concerned you or someone you love suffers from schizophrenia?


Complete the Psychosis Test Screening Tool via the link below.

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Psychosis Screening Tool


The Psychosis Test is for young people (age 12-35) who feel like their brain is playing tricks on them (seeing, hearing or believing things that don’t seem real or quite right). If a referral to a behavioral health practitioner is indicated, print out the results to take with you to your appointment to help start the conversation.  If you live in Indiana and need help finding a behavioral health provider, visit Find Help or call (800) 284-8439.



This self-screening tool is not a substitute for clinical diagnosis or advice.  By using the screening tool, you agree to accept that the website’s owner and contributors are not responsible or liable for the outcome of the tool, the accuracy of the calculations, or any decisions or events which result from using it.  This website does not provide medical advice, but is intended to help people understand and address mental, behavioral, and emotional issues.