Hist of Mental Health Digital Research Paper

Below is a link to my Google Doc version with correct citations. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_0mw2wn8SnWMfE0c7MuanOOGlPvwQWgfJNHg4znLbWc/edit?usp=sharing Hello, my name is Theron Gertz and I will be discussing the modern history of bipolar misdiagnosis  As trite as it is to start a project with a definition, I find it essential here due to the key terms and varied history… Continue reading Hist of Mental Health Digital Research Paper

Media Analysis

Ian Gallagher from Showtime’s “Shameless” was officially diagnosed with bipolar disorder in Season 5, Episode 6. However, we had gotten notes of his mental health struggles much earlier on. In Season 3, he decided to enlist in the army––under his brother’s name––without telling anyone. He began an illegal affair with his older sister’s boyfriend’s father… Continue reading Media Analysis

Weekly Posts

Oct 7, 2021 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-nPM1_kSZf91ZGkcgy_95Q This week, I’ve decided to talk about the YouTube channel “How To ADHD” Not only is it incredibly accessible through its fun animations and quirky host, but it also maintains a solid research basis and constantly invites Ph.D.’s on to discuss current issues. Most likely, I will be doing my media… Continue reading Weekly Posts

Topic Proposal

History of Mental Health Topic Proposal Misdiagnosis is an inextricable part of neurodivergent people’s lives and the history of mental health writ large. Sufferers can spend years, if not entire lifetimes receiving incorrect treatment for their condition(s), significantly altering their experience. However, this fact is often eclipsed in historiographical accounts by discussions around mental asylums’… Continue reading Topic Proposal