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An Index to Minds on Film

Here is an index of links to the relevant blog posts discussing specific psychiatric conditions and mental health issues covered by Minds on Film over the past three years.

 

An Index to Minds on Film

Alcohol dependence 

Alzheimer’s disease

Anterograde amnesia

Anxiety

Assisted suicide

Bipolar disorder/Schizoaffective disorder

Bulimia nervosa

Carer stress

Cerebrovascular accident

Challenging the stigma of mental illness

Childhood autism

Dementia

Depression

Developmental delay in childhood

Divorce - the effects on teenage children

Domestic violence

Dyslexia

Epilepsy and psychiatric illness

Grief for the loss of a child

Growing up in Care

HIV related dementia

Homelessness and psychiatric morbidity

Insomnia

Locked in syndrome

Mindfulness

Morbid jealousy

Obsessive compulsive disorder

Personality disorder

Problem gambling

PTSD

Schizophrenia

Sexuality - changing in later life

Stalking

Suicide/Attempted suicide

Tourette’s syndrome

Transgender issues

Uncomplicated Grief

Unemployment and psychiatric morbidity

Vascular Dementia

Minds on Film is written by Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Joyce Almeida

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Re: An Index to Minds on Film
I've got a few suggestions for other films to review:

Robot and Frank (2012) - dementia
Clean, Shaven (1994) - schizophrenia
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About this blog

 

Minds on Film is a monthly blog that explores psychiatric conditions and mental health issues as portrayed in a selection of readily available films.

Please note that this blog may contain plot spoilers. Any views expressed are purely my own.

Dr Joyce Almeida
Dr Almeida is a consultant
psychiatrist working in the private sector in the UK.

 

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