Mysteries of Mental Illness

Lloyd Hale | Part 2 | Decolonizing Mental Health

Special | 6m 1s  | Video has closed captioning.

Lloyd Hale was 16 when undiagnosed schizophrenia led him to commit a crime that put him in prison. This is where he heard an overworked correction officer say the words that changed his life: “You don’t have to do this alone.” Now, a peer support specialist living in recovery, Lloyd spends his time making sure no one around him feels alone in their struggle against the voices in their heads.

Aired: 06/10/21

Rating: TV-PG

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