SZ Magazine is your #1 source for inspiring stories, recovery resources and support for those affected by schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder and psychosis. Each issue is released on a quarterly basis and carries a unique theme to bring our readers a vast collection of articles, interviews, events, news and developments from throughout the mental health world. Preview the Current Issue Here.
Beginning in Winter 2015, SZ Magazine moved to a digital only publication. Back-issues of our print editions are available for order while supplies last.
SZ is offered by subscription from our online store. You will also find single back-issues available so you never have to worry about missing out!
Anchor is a quarterly digital publication containing information on the latest research, recovery techniques and real life examples of people who are living with and recovering from depression, anxiety and bipolar.
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Anchor is offered by digital subscription from our online store. You will also find single back-issues available so you never have to worry about missing out. Grab an ANCHOR and hold on tight!
Mental Wellness Today periodically sends out newsletters to our subscribers containing news and updates regarding development within our company, as well as in the world of mental wellness.
Here’s what some of our fans have to say:
I love SZ Magazine because of its focus on schizophrenia, and there seemed to have been so little info on schizophrenia for the general non-medical population in a magazine format. Also, I find the personal stories give the message of hope and all of the articles give new information.- Ms. Mascitelli
We have subscribed to your magazine to keep us, as caregivers, better informed and to also give encouragement and hope to our son, who is a high-functioning consumer. Your stories of hope and conquest fortify and suggest that there can be light at the end of the tunnel. These are the types of articles that instill the seeds of hope for those with this illness.- K. Smith
I have been subscribing to SZ Magazine for many years and find it invaluable, as I am the primary family support person for my 42 year old son who is diagnosed with schizophrenia. He is living in an independent living facility in California near me and he just started work again in large part to the lessons we keep learning through your magazine. Thank you for all that you have done.- Danielle