Episode 58: How Physical, Mental and Emotional Fitness Saved My Life – w/ Bill Anthes

okay how am i intro what’s your dive right in hi this is bill hi everybody so we finished Pascal the last last podcast we finished with Jason boom so therefore so anyway we got we brought Bill back from the last podcast that would be the last one I think in the order that …

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Mental Health & Paramedicine | Paramedic in the Eye of the Storm

Mental Health & Paramedicine | Paramedic in the Eye of the Storm

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Police Officers Learn Mental Health | When Helpers Need Help, Who You Gonna Call?

Police Officers Learn Mental Health | When Helpers Need Help, Who You Gonna Call?

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Suicide & Losing Someone –  psychology, ptsd and depression with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Suicide & Losing Someone – psychology, ptsd and depression with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

[Ding noise from a bell] Today, we’re gonna talk about dealing with death by suicide. I’ve heard from many of you that you have unfortunately lost loved ones through suicide, so let’s talk about it. [Intro Music Begins] [Intro music continues] First I want to push you over to a video I did probably a …

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4 Things You Need to Hear When Living with Mental Illness

4 Things You Need to Hear When Living with Mental Illness

Hey, it’s Arien Smith, and I’m here to deliver a really important message that anyone living with mental illness needs to hear. It can be a serious challenge to live with mental illness. In many cases, we feel invalid or less than because we’re dealing with these struggles and these difficulties. If you’ve ever felt …

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IS MENTAL HEALTH, THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM? | LANRE MALAOLU

IS MENTAL HEALTH, THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM? | LANRE MALAOLU

“Snap out of it man, big man don’t feel them tings, just go to the gym innit?” “We all have our ups and downs… it’s life” “we all feel these feelings every now and then, things can be tough sometimes you’ve just got to stay positive and keep going.” We should probably talk about the …

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Trauma and Addiction: Crash Course Psychology #31

Trauma and Addiction: Crash Course Psychology #31

All right, so you might have read “The Hobbit” or “The Lord of the Rings,” you have probably seen them, you’ve definitely heard of them. But not everyone knows the story of their author, J.R.R. Tolkien. Tolkien was an English World War One veteran. A reluctant solider, he joined up with a sense of duty …

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How Prison Sets Inmates Up for Failure: Racism, Mental Illness, Poverty | Shaka Senghor

How Prison Sets Inmates Up for Failure: Racism, Mental Illness, Poverty | Shaka Senghor

The feeling of walking out of prison is something that I’ll never forget. It was June 22, 2010 one day after my birthday, a beautiful sunny day in Detroit and I walked out of prison with a lot of optimism despite being told by the officers that I would probably be back in six months. …

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Psychology of Anxiety

Psychology of Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal part of life. You might feel anxious when you have a big test or have a meeting with your boss… Or when you have enough money to pay the bills in your account. But when anxiety goes beyond just a temporary fear or worry, when it starts to impact your life, …

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The psychology of post-traumatic stress disorder – Joelle Rabow Maletis

The psychology of post-traumatic stress disorder – Joelle Rabow Maletis

Many of us will experience some kind of trauma during our lifetime. Sometimes, we escape with no long-term effects. But for millions of us, those experiences linger, causing symptoms like flashbacks, nightmares, and negative thoughts that interfere with everyday life. This phenomenon, called post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, isn’t a personal failing; rather, it’s a …

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