The Tip of the Iceberg book to be released

Do you have a child who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia or bi-polar depression and put on anti-psychotic drugs? Two million adolescents, adults and children have been diagnosed with schizophrenia in the U.S; 1.3 million children are currently diagnosed with bi-polar depression. Antipsychotic drugs are the approved first line of treatment for both of these […]

Symptoms of Schizophrenia

(The blog template is under construction and new images will be added end of week.) Symptoms in the Words of Young Adults with Schizophrenia You do not feel like doing anything. Your family says you do not look good. It’s so hard to look at people – make eye contact. You feel tired all the […]

Frequent Questions about B.E.A.M

Frequent Questions Many doctors and patient´s families often have the following questions when considering B.E.A.M. Given the experience gathered from the surgeries, there is growing evidence that we consider necessary to share with doctors and patients. Could the patient suffer from Addison’s disease after B.E.A.M is practiced? Addison’s disease is caused by destruction of the […]

Questions Parents & Patients ask about BEAM

B.E.A.M is a new treatment only available since 2007. Since it has only been done on 84 patients to date, people have many questions about it. Here are some of the questions documented in Dr. Mackliff’s book, Schizophrenia and Parkinsons Surgery, 2016. (English) What are the best cases for B.E.A.M? All cases of schizophrenia are […]

Remembering with Love

This post is a memory board for those who have lost a loved one to schizophrenia. Who was Marco? Marco was a sensitive child from an early age. He spent his early years in a loving community of adults in the Sierra Foothills of Northern California. Many adults there remember how fresh, appreciative and perceptive […]