The Power of Depression in Shaping our Lives | Jane Krukiel | TEDxYouth@Wilmington

The Power of Depression in Shaping our Lives | Jane Krukiel | [email protected]

Translator: Robert Deliman Reviewer: Denise RQ Depression is a scary thing. Being internally locked in your mind, forever falling into the depths of yourself, hoping someone can save you is the worst feeling in the world. Our minds are powerful things because they influence our thoughts, convince us that we are nothing. You essentially feel …

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Still Human: Students Fight Mental Illness Stigma

Still Human: Students Fight Mental Illness Stigma

Even though my life looked pretty good on the outside, like, I was struggling inside. My life started to fall apart. And I remember trying to reach out to someone, and they were just kind of — turned the cold shoulder. They didn’t really take it as seriously. And I’m, like, hey, I don’t want …

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How has Pearson addressed mental health and wellbeing within the organisation?

How has Pearson addressed mental health and wellbeing within the organisation?

[How has Pearson addressed mental health and wellbeing within the organisation?] So there’s been a lot of work going on within Pearson to tackle the stigma around mental health. I think one of the big things that we’ve done to try to change the culture is really to encourage people to open up and share …

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Drug Talk (National Institute of Mental Health, 1972)

Drug Talk (National Institute of Mental Health, 1972)

[Singing] [Young Woman:] Well, I have six people that I count as friends who use marijuana and they… true, they never did graduate to heroin. You know why? Because on marijuana they committed crimes of passion and were electrocuted before they got a chance to get hooked on horse. [Raving man in chair:] Don’t help …

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LGBT Youth Mental Health | Thom O’Neill

LGBT Youth Mental Health | Thom O’Neill

Hi! I’m Thom O’Neill and this is my new vlog Dr Thom. I’m a doctor in Scotland and this week I’ve been making videos about mental health as part of mental health awareness week in the UK. So far I’ve done videos about specific things like depression or anxiety, but today I want to make …

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Mental Health Services in Schools: Partnership with Family Innovations

I mean the mental health needs are off the charts. That’s the biggest challenge is the mental health needs of our building. If it weren’t for the connection that Ms. Meyers gave us with Family Innovations we would have no mental health support here whatsoever. But that Family innovations partnership has been huge in servicing …

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Program brings mental health services to kids who need them

Program brings mental health services to kids who need them

IT’S A NEW APPROACH TO HELPING YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH WHAT MAY BE THE DARKEST CHAPTER OF THEIR LIVES. MENTAL ILLNESS AND THE BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS THAT OFTEN COME WITH IT, ARE THE FOCUS OF A MODEL BEING INTRODUCED TO SCHOOLS AND OTHER YOUTH CARE PROVIDERS. THE POINT, THE KIDS DON’T HAVE TO SEEK OUT MENTAL HEALTH …

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Growing up LGBT: School, Friends, and Mental Health

Growing up LGBT: School, Friends, and Mental Health

It’s a very, very, very common occurrence in my school to hear homophobic slurs. Personally I think that teachers should get trained because if someone says something racist our school is quite known for teaching about racism. In every single class you have to learn about racism and how it was and how it is …

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The fight against teen suicide begins in the classroom | Brittni Darras | TEDxMileHigh

The fight against teen suicide begins in the classroom | Brittni Darras | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Tual Şekercigil Reviewer: Hélène Vernet It was April, 2013, and I was one month away from completing my first year of teaching. I was at a barbecue when I got the call. It was a number I didn’t recognize but something compelled me to answer it. My administrator was on the other end. This …

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