I Jumped Off The Golden Gate Bridge

I Jumped Off The Golden Gate Bridge

– [Voiceover] We have lost far too many lives traveling the path to this day. – Since 1937, over 2,000 people have died at the Golden Gate Bridge. I feel lucky to be alive every single day. (ambient orchestral music) Of the thousands that have died off the Golden Gate Bridge, I am of the …

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SAMHSA’s 2014 National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day Launch Event

SAMHSA’s 2014 National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day Launch Event

>>WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF NATIONAL CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS DAY. THIS IS THE NINTH — YES. THIS IS THE NINTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OBSERVANCE SPONSORED BY SAMHSA, THE SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION. AND WHEN WE REALIZED THAT THIS YEAR’S EVENT WOULD COINCIDE WITH THE NATIONAL COUNCIL CONFERENCE, WE DIDN’T HAVE …

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How Childhood Trauma Can Make You A Sick Adult

How Childhood Trauma Can Make You A Sick Adult

What we found in the ACE study involving seventeen and a half thousand middle-class adults was that life experiences in childhood that are lost in time and then further protected by shame and by secrecy and by social taboos against inquiry into certain realms of human experience—that those life experiences play out powerfully and proportionately …

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How Cycling Can Boost Your Mental Health – GCN Does Science

How Cycling Can Boost Your Mental Health – GCN Does Science

(logo swooshing) (gentle orchestral music) – I know what you’re thinking. That is a seriously cool hat. Probably out of your budget though, and with good reason. It is no ordinary hat. It’s monitoring and recording blood flow in my brain while I’m doing a fitness test. The reason for it is to demonstrate that …

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Misrepresenting Mental Health | 13 Reasons Why

Misrepresenting Mental Health | 13 Reasons Why

Hey… It’s Knowing Better. Don’t adjust your… whatever device you’re watching this on. It’s me, live and in stereo. No gimmicky titles, no thirteen title cards, and this time, no guests. Get a snack, settle in, because I’m about to tell you why this show is the worst thing to happen to mental health awareness …

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Faces of Mental Health | a short film about depression and suicide in students

Faces of Mental Health | a short film about depression and suicide in students

(somber orchestral music) – It’s a bit of a hard conversation to have. I guess you might not be able to see it on someone, but it really can completely change their whole life. – Just crying, endless nights, not sleeping. Yeah, it was horrible from the moment that I would walk into my house …

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Adverse Childhood Experiences: Risk Factors for Substance Abuse and Mental Health

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Risk Factors for Substance Abuse and Mental Health

What the ACE study did is it sought to take a look at how childhood experiences influence neurodevelopment, the adoption of health risk behaviors, and risk factors for preventable diseases. We looked at ten categories of adverse childhood experience. We looked at abuse — physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. Childhood neglect that included physical and …

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What is Recovery ? Mental Health Europe

What is Recovery ? Mental Health Europe

Recovery, is me being the person I can be For me recovery is learning to accept what has happened and then, overcoming what has happened and go ahead with your life fighting and taking risks sometimes having success, sometimes having failures… like anybody else We talk about recovery is not waiting for the storm to …

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‘I’m Here Too’ – Short Film on Teen Suicide Prevention

‘I’m Here Too’ – Short Film on Teen Suicide Prevention

(wolves howling) (heart beating) (serene music) [Claire V.O] – I once thought it was impossible to feel alone. I mean, how could I? I’m surrounded by people. (group chatting) I have the best group of friends that anyone could ever ask for. They are loyal and encouraging. And my boyfriend, Jacob, is the sweetest guy …

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Aligning Substance Abuse Prevention with Mental Health and Primary Care

Aligning Substance Abuse Prevention with Mental Health and Primary Care

Hello, I’m Dr. Wayne Harding, the principal investigator of SAMHSA’s CAPT– The Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies. I’m here today speaking with Francis Harding. Francis is Director of CSAP– the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. We’re going to discuss the current status of prevention, the future of substance abuse prevention, and we’re going …

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