Mental health in the construction industry

Mental health in the construction industry

So, tell us what inspired your research on mental health? It was a mixture of things. Having worked in the industry from graduation, in different aspects of the industry and also my own mental health issues, I then learned once I started talking about them, that many other people had experienced them. The same issues …

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What you don’t see about depression | Jayne Hardy | TEDxBrum

What you don’t see about depression | Jayne Hardy | TEDxBrum

Transcriber: Menah Usman Reviewer: Tanya Cushman I had a secret. Not a fun secret with an expiry date like waiting till week 12 of pregnancy to show exciting news or planning a surprise party for a loved one. My secret was painful and shameful. It made me feel below par. Less of a human being. …

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HEALTH & WELLNESS: How to access mental health care at the University of Toronto

HEALTH & WELLNESS: How to access mental health care at the University of Toronto

Hey, U of T! It’s Donovan from the Health Promotion Programs team, here on the St. George campus. With exam season on the horizon, I’m here to share some of the steps to accessing mental health care at the St. George campus. Okay. So, typically that would start here in the Koffler Student Services Building …

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5 things that changed my mental health for the better

5 things that changed my mental health for the better

Hey guys, welcome back. Welcome back to another video. Today we are, well, first of all, I’m, I apologize, I’ve been on a little bit of a hiatus and honestly, the reason for that is I picked out all of my eyelash extensions and I don’t necessarily like the way I look without them right …

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CONNECTIONS | mental illness and social relationships

CONNECTIONS | mental illness and social relationships

[Matt]:Hanging out together in in restaurantsand that kind of thing —there’ll be moments wherewe would be driving homeand I just look at her andshe’d be the most beautiful girl in the world.And I would say “This is the personthat I want to spend the rest ofmy life with.”[Emily]: She is just such a wonderful human …

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AJP Author Spotlight: Law Enforcement, Psychiatry, and People Living With Mental Illness

AJP Author Spotlight: Law Enforcement, Psychiatry, and People Living With Mental Illness

The American Journal of Psychiatry – Collaboration to Reduce Tragedy and Improve Communities: Law enforcement, Psychiatry, and People Living with Mental Illness – AJP-16-08-0985.R2 Transcript Video 1: Case #1 Nils A. Rosenbaum (NAR): Hi I’m Nils Rosenbaum. I’m a psychiatrist. I work with the Albuquerque Police Department. Matthew A. Tinney (MAT): And I’m Matthew Tinney. …

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13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do

13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do

13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don’t Do We are all strong, but strength can be measured in many different ways. The first kind of strength that comes to mind is probably physical strength. There’s also emotional strength, and mental strength. Today, we’re going to dive into the topic of mental strength and how you can …

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Are Photo & Video Filters Causing Mental Health Problems?

Hi, I’m Sharon Danley with another Two Minute Tip and this week I’m asking the questions. Are photo filters causing the mental health problem? I’m often asked this question – “Isn’t makeup just like a photo filter?” And the simple answer is NO. You can’t put a photo filter on your face either. But makeup …

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My Love Life With…Depression

My Love Life With…Depression

(anxious chiming music) – Depression really becomes depression when you can’t even pinpoint what’s making you sad. Overwhelming emotions welling up, and you’re feeling like, so sick of yourself or so sad. And just like, your head is fuzzy. And just everything’s making you anxious and just not wanting to do anything. That’s depression. (relaxed …

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