Firearm Violence and Mental Illness

Firearm Violence and Mental Illness

This is one of the Behavioral Health Center for Excellence’s public lecture series the Behavioral Health Center for Excellence seeks to support new research, the development of clinically innovative practices in such a way that informs policy; that’s kind of our mission and we have a motto which is to innovate, to translate, to disseminate, …

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Thriving With Mental Illness Pt. 3 | WBFO’s Mental Health Initiative

Thriving With Mental Illness Pt. 3 | WBFO’s Mental Health Initiative

(music) I share my experience with everyone. It’s like the only way you can hurt me if I don’t share. So I’m going to share. Someone’s going to listen whether you want to or not. I remember at times in the home, I would seclude myself to one room until everyone left, then I would …

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5 Mental Health Stigmas That Need to Go! | Decoded | MTV

5 Mental Health Stigmas That Need to Go! | Decoded | MTV

– When something’s wrong with your stomach, you go to the doctor. When something’s wrong with your mind, you don’t? Okay so I have good news and bad news. The good news is today we’re gonna tackle something that affects people regardless of their race, gender, class, religion, or sexual orientation. Hooray! The bad news, …

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Why Is It Taboo to Talk About Mental Health? | Soul Stories, Mental Health

Why Is It Taboo to Talk About Mental Health? | Soul Stories, Mental Health

– To this day, my mother struggles with the idea that, like, her offspring has any sort of mental health issue. – I still hid it from some people, because I didn’t want anyone to treat me like I was weak. – It always comes back to the exact same thing, you know, you’re crazy, …

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Distinguishing Mental Illness From Everyday Stress

Distinguishing Mental Illness From Everyday Stress

hi I’m dr. Stan Kuchar the Sun Life Financial chair and Adolescent Mental Health that iwk Health Center in da house University thanks for taking the time to listen I’m going to be talking a little bit about how can we differentiate a bad hair week from a mental disorder it’s a really important issue …

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Mind Your Whole Health – Mental Health Awareness Month | Ashford University

Mind Your Whole Health – Mental Health Awareness Month | Ashford University

Ben: Hello Ashford! My name is Ben Gothia, and this is Promoting Awareness and Wellness in Students! According to Mental Health America, this year’s Mental Health Awareness Month theme is Fitness #4Mind4Body. With this theme, we appreciate the connection between mind and body, and the importance of broadening our focus beyond one piece of our …

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Mental illness

Mental illness

Grace, in a broader sense what is mental illness and how do you so clearly diagnose it it there’s no blood test for it no there’s not a diagnosis or a blood test for us what we look at is the clinicians the psychologists the psychiatrists the mental health counselors and marriage family therapists social …

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Depression: A Student’s Perspective

Depression: A Student’s Perspective

This is Todd. Todd wakes up at 7:00 a.m. to go to the gym it’s his favorite part of the day. Todd then goes to class. He never skips classes and is an excellent student. Todd catches up with some friends after class before going home to eat dinner with his housemates. Todd loves to …

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Embracing ‘madness’ | Chris’s Mental Health Story | Mind

Embracing ‘madness’ | Chris’s Mental Health Story | Mind

Hello, I’m Chris. I am 29 years old and, about 10 years ago, I got diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. It’s been quite an adventure since then. I even got married along the way and now, I have managed to transcend my label. I still take medication, which tranquilises me, though I am endeavouring to gradually …

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