Ep. 80 - Sarah Hancock - Misdiagnosed Survivor, Mental Health Advocate, Latter Day Saint by Latter Day Lives - Talking with Latter Day Saints published on 2019-02-24T22:48:25Z Shortly after her mission, Sarah Hancock experienced her first psychotic break while attending BYU. For 12 years, she was essentially lost to her family and society. For nearly two decades, she lived with symptoms of both schizophrenia and bipolar (schizoaffective). Her unique journey includes 36 years memory loss. In 2017, she met a new doctor who recognized her “treatment resistant” symptoms were actually caused by toxic encephalopathy. She no longer experiences psychiatric symptoms. Sarah is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with a specialty in psychiatric rehabilitation. She is also the host of the Emotional Self-Reliance Podcast. In the episode, we talk about her amazing journey and the lessons she has learned along the way. Sarah is open, funny, insightful, inspiring, and so strong.