A Different Kind of Force—Policing Mental Illness | NBC Left Field

A Different Kind of Force—Policing Mental Illness | NBC Left Field

Radio: 32-62 Radio: We’re getting information that she may be around this location… Radio: 370 on the way. Ernie: Ok, who’s he? Who are these people? Officer: Uh, this is her husband. Ernie: Hey, how you doing? Hey. Officer Stevens. Ernie. Louis: Louis Ernie: Hey Louis, my partner Gabe. Gabe: Hello sir. Ernie: How long …

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Getting the help you need in the NHS system – Mental Health | Kati Morton

– Hey everybody. Happy Thursday. Now today I have a wonderful and special guest. A fellow Kenyan, Megs, is here to talk about the NHS system in the UK, and how you go about getting mental health help, and disability, and all of that stuff, and I just want to thank each and every one …

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The Problem with Diagnosing in the Mental Health System

The Problem with Diagnosing in the Mental Health System

[Music] how can I tell if I have PTSD or complex PTSD when my psychiatrist is diagnosed me currently is having borderline personality disorder and originally I was diagnosed schizophrenic I see you’ve taken your stroll down the mental health field path okay I’m gonna try to contain my level of fury relative to this …

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Have Americans become too fragile for their own good? | Jonathan Haidt

Have Americans become too fragile for their own good? | Jonathan Haidt

JONATHAN HAIDT: So, the second great untruth is “always trust your feelings”; the wisdom traditions of the entire world say “don’t do that.” For example, of some of the quotes we have in the book from Shakespeare, “There’s nothing good or bad, but thinking makes it so,” from Marcus Aurelius, “The whole world is change, …

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REPRESSED MEMORIES? – Mental Health with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

REPRESSED MEMORIES? – Mental Health with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Today, we’re talking about repressed memories, what are they, and are they even reliable. So repressed memories, as I’m sure you know, have a lot of legal and ethical debate around them because many people feel that they were led by their therapist to “remember” things that we don’t even know have happened. And so …

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What is TRAUMA THERAPY?  Psychology & mental health treatment with Kati Morton licensed therapist

What is TRAUMA THERAPY? Psychology & mental health treatment with Kati Morton licensed therapist

Hey everybody! I have an amazing special guest Dr. Alexa Altman is here to talk with us about what is trauma and resiliency. Since this is the first of many videos that Alexa and I are going to do together tell my audience a little bit about what you do and what your specializations are. …

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Real Psychologist Reviews Mental Illness In Movies

Real Psychologist Reviews Mental Illness In Movies

antisocial personality disorder includes both sociopaths and Psychopaths they have some things in common but there are very distinct things I’m dr. Ali Mattu clinical psychologist and today we’re gonna be looking at mental illness in movies in New York does it remind you that’s manipulative I don’t talk about it they coming back aliens …

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Least Commonly Known Mental Health Misconceptions | ALifeLearned

Least Commonly Known Mental Health Misconceptions | ALifeLearned

In light of the fact that mental illness awareness week is October 2nd to 8th this year – although I feel calling it mental health awareness is probably a better label – but regardless. with that in mind, and the fact that today is actually my 26th birthday, I thought why not combine the ideas …

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New Mental Health Center

New Mental Health Center

♪ MUSIC ♪ An idea conceived nearly two decades ago became a realization as the Bay Pines VA activated its new 155,000 square foot Mental Health Center during a ribbon cutting ceremony at the C.W. Bill Young VA Medical Center on September 22. A crowd of nearly 600 gathered to watch the monumental event and …

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May is Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month

MAY IS NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH MONTH. THIS MONTH BRINGS AWARENESS TO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MENTAL STABILITY AND HEALTHY LIVING HABITS LIKE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, NUTRITION, SLEEP AND TOBACCO AVOIDANCE. A HEALTHY BODY EQUALS A HEALTHY MIND. DURING TIMES OF STRESS, EATING HEALTHY FOODS, EXERCISING DAILY, SLEEPING SOUNDLY AND CONNECTING WITH OTHERS CAN HELP IMPROVE YOUR OVERALL …

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