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Hearing Voices: Meaning and Lived Experience with Dr. Netchitailova

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In this week's episode on the Behind the Stigma Podcast, we welcome Dr. Ekaterina Netchitailova to discuss the meaning and lived experience of psychosis.
Dr. Netchitailova shares her personal journey with psychiatric care in the Netherlands and the UK, shedding light on the stigma surrounding diagnoses and cultural influences on mental health. The conversation explores Dr. Netchitailova's background and delves into the circumstances leading to her first experience with psychosis and her initial psychiatric hospitalization, detailing the good, the bad, and the overall impact.
About Dr. Netchitailova
Dr. Ekaterina Netchitailova. Dr. Netchitailova is a doctor of philosophy, a university lecturer, and writer. She has lived in four different countries and speaks four languages. Ekaterina is fascinated by different cultures and walks of life. She is interested in how different manifestations of the human psyche have been medicalized and put into the domain of mental health. She has also written a novel ‘Elena: A Love Story for Humankind’ telling a story of a Russian pianist, diagnosed with schizophrenia, looking for her twin sister in England.

Website: https://russianpatient.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/chitailova?lang=en
Book: https://www.amazon.com/Elena-Story-Humankind-Ekaterina-Netchitailova/dp/B09NKWGJ24

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Chapters

1. Introduction to Dr. Netchitailova (00:02:20)

2. First experience with psychosis (00:05:30)

3. Sleep Deprivation (00:09:49)

4. Feelings during psychosis (00:13:57)

5. Signs & triggers (00:17:00)

6. The impact of psychiatry (00:23:46)

7. Patients in the psychiatric ward & the whole experience (00:27:33)

8. How much has psychiatric hospitals changed from 20 years ago (00:34:05)

9. The Mental Health Act (Being Sectioned) (00:34:39)

10. What alternatives are there to psychiatric hospitals? (00:39:30)

11. Main message to those hearing voices (00:50:50)

78 episodes

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In this week's episode on the Behind the Stigma Podcast, we welcome Dr. Ekaterina Netchitailova to discuss the meaning and lived experience of psychosis.
Dr. Netchitailova shares her personal journey with psychiatric care in the Netherlands and the UK, shedding light on the stigma surrounding diagnoses and cultural influences on mental health. The conversation explores Dr. Netchitailova's background and delves into the circumstances leading to her first experience with psychosis and her initial psychiatric hospitalization, detailing the good, the bad, and the overall impact.
About Dr. Netchitailova
Dr. Ekaterina Netchitailova. Dr. Netchitailova is a doctor of philosophy, a university lecturer, and writer. She has lived in four different countries and speaks four languages. Ekaterina is fascinated by different cultures and walks of life. She is interested in how different manifestations of the human psyche have been medicalized and put into the domain of mental health. She has also written a novel ‘Elena: A Love Story for Humankind’ telling a story of a Russian pianist, diagnosed with schizophrenia, looking for her twin sister in England.

Website: https://russianpatient.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/chitailova?lang=en
Book: https://www.amazon.com/Elena-Story-Humankind-Ekaterina-Netchitailova/dp/B09NKWGJ24

  continue reading

Chapters

1. Introduction to Dr. Netchitailova (00:02:20)

2. First experience with psychosis (00:05:30)

3. Sleep Deprivation (00:09:49)

4. Feelings during psychosis (00:13:57)

5. Signs & triggers (00:17:00)

6. The impact of psychiatry (00:23:46)

7. Patients in the psychiatric ward & the whole experience (00:27:33)

8. How much has psychiatric hospitals changed from 20 years ago (00:34:05)

9. The Mental Health Act (Being Sectioned) (00:34:39)

10. What alternatives are there to psychiatric hospitals? (00:39:30)

11. Main message to those hearing voices (00:50:50)

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