Living With Mental Illness - Full-Length Features

The Long Shadow of Childhood Trauma

New studies show childhood trauma affects physical health across a lifetime. Advocates are calling on pediatricians to consider life events as they diagnose and treat children, with the goal of improving lifelong health.

Before Stage Four: Confronting Early Psychosis

First-time psychotic episodes are frightening for the entire family. But there can be hope for people who receive proper, coordinated care.

Losing Lambert: A Journey Through Survival and Hope

This documentary follows the emotional story of a Pittsburgh-area mother who lost her 16-year-old son to suicide. Kathy O'Hern Fowler would emerge as one of the region's best-known advocates for "Survivors of Suicide."

Long Road Home

Long Road Home focuses on the compelling stories of Pittsburgh area veterans coping and healing with the emotional wounds of war, after combat in Iraq, Vietnam, Korea, and World War II.

Bundle of Nerves: Our Anxiety Epidemic

Through personal stories of those affected, this documentary examines the causes, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of anxiety. It also spotlights innovative initiatives that explore the issue in vulnerable populations.

Rose's Garden: Surviving My Mother's Mental Illness

Rose Clancy was raised by a mother who suffered from mental illness, and now Rose's gardens are helping her cope with memories of a troubled childhood, while raising awareness of an issue that impacts millions.