Human Library – Mental Health Awareness Week 2017

Human Library – Mental Health Awareness Week 2017

It’s extremely important to talk about mental health because one in four of us will experience some kind of mental health issue throughout our lifetime. Mental Health Awareness Week is an opportunity to promote awareness and to show that people like me – I have bipolar disorder and have had for since I was 24 …

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Mental Health and Chronic Disease in the Workplace

Mental Health and Chronic Disease in the Workplace

Jason: Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to the CDC National Healthy Worksite Program informational webinar on mental health and chronic disease in the workplace. This is our second of five sessions that focus on special interest topics that deal with various aspects of workplace health promotion and protection. My name is Jason Lang. I’m the …

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An Overview of American Children and Mental Health

An Overview of American Children and Mental Health

INTRODUCTION: Welcome to “Speaking of Science”, the National Institute of Mental Health presents a series of conversations with innovative researchers working in a wide range of disciplines to pave the way for the prevention, recovery, and cure of mental illness. DR. MERIKANGAS: This study, I think is one of the richest in the world and …

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Thyroid Thursday – Chronic Illness and Mental Health

Thyroid Thursday – Chronic Illness and Mental Health

Hi & welcome to the SpoonGeeks channel. I’m Stephanie and Thanks for joining me for Thyroid Thursday If you are like me, you are well aware of the daily aches, the tired, the hair loss and other physical symptoms that we experience when living with hypothyroidism. But thereís also a mental and emotional toll that …

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5150 – Psychiatric Hold – KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! Mental Health | Kati Morton

5150 – Psychiatric Hold – KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! Mental Health | Kati Morton

Hey everybody. Today I’m going to talk with you about patient rights during a 5150. So like I said, Today I’m going to talk with you about patient rights. I have heard from many of you that you have been hospitalised by your therapist, Doctor. A Psychiatrist. Or you have taken yourself to the hospital …

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ERIC THOMAS | YOU OWE YOU | Motivational Speaker

ERIC THOMAS | YOU OWE YOU | Motivational Speaker

– Can’t make me want what I don’t want. You can’t dangle something in front of my face that’s, I don’t want that. And many of your are taking anything ’cause you don’t know what you want. And so if I can do one thing for you when you leave this room, I don’t want …

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Addressing the Mental Health Needs of People on the Autism Spectrum

Addressing the Mental Health Needs of People on the Autism Spectrum

Good morning and welcome to the interagency autism coordinating committee workshop, addressing the mental health needs of people on the autism spectrum. We welcome our online audience, people in the room, attendees, workshop participants, our speakers, and members of the IACC. We hope that this is a really exciting and interesting day to talk about …

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Dissociative disorders – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Dissociative disorders – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Maybe you’ve had the experience of driving on “autopilot.” One minute you got in your car, and the next minute you’ve arrived at your destination, but you can’t actually remember the details of the drive. This is an example of normal, everyday dissociation, a term that describes a mental state of disconnection from what is …

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Cluster B personality disorders (antisocial, borderline, histrionic, narcissistic)

Cluster B personality disorders (antisocial, borderline, histrionic, narcissistic)

Learning medicine is hard work! Osmosis makes it easy. It takes your lectures and notes to create a personalized study plan with exclusive videos, practice questions and flashcards, and so much more. Try it free today! If you were asked to describe a friend’s personality, you might describe them as generally being a creative type, …

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Dissociative Amnesia – Psychiatry | Lecturio

Dissociative Amnesia – Psychiatry | Lecturio

Let’s talk now about Dissociative Amnesia. Dissociative amnesia, a potentially reversible memory impairment that primarily affects autobiographical information. The dissociative amnesia cannot be explained by ordinary forgetfulness, and while the patient is aware that they are having trouble remembering, they are actually, oddly not that concerned by it. That’s a key feature of the disorder. …

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