Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Behavioral Disorder Counselors Career Video

Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Behavioral Disorder Counselors Career Video

Individuals struggling with mental health issues or substance abuse often need focused help to recover their well-being, and make changes in behavior that will improve their lives. Counselors offer the treatment and support that helps people recover. Substance abuse counselors and behavioral disorder counselors, teach clients how to cope with life’s problems without turning to …

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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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Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari

Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari

One of my earliest memories is of trying to wake up one of my relatives and not being able to. And I was just a little kid, so I didn’t really understand why, but as I got older, I realized we had drug addiction in my family, including later cocaine addiction. I’d been thinking about …

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July 2017: Bringing Together Mental and Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery Services

July 2017: Bringing Together Mental and Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Recovery Services

[Music] Hello, I’m Ivette Torres and welcome to another edition of the Road to Recovery. Today we’ll be talking about bringing together mental and substance use disorder treatment and recovery services. Joining us in our panel today are Becky Sterling, Director of the Office of Recovery Services, Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Richmond, …

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DBT Skill: Radical Acceptance – Mental Health Help with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

DBT Skill: Radical Acceptance – Mental Health Help with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Today I want to talk with you about Radical Acceptance. Now what is Radical Acceptance? Well it falls under the DBT ‘Distress Tolerance’ tools and skills that you learn. And the reason that they created all of these different tools, Is because many people they find, Struggle with overwhelming emotions a lot of the time. …

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Self-Harm! Kati Morton — Mental Health Videos | Kati Morton

Self-Harm! Kati Morton — Mental Health Videos | Kati Morton

So this week’s video has to do with self-harm and how everyone around us responds to that [Kati Morton – MFTI] Now what I mean by this and what I’m kind of hoping to do this week is just normalise your experience. Because I know all the time, for all different veins, whether it is …

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For LGBT People, Discrimination Still Brings Mental Health Challenges.

For LGBT People, Discrimination Still Brings Mental Health Challenges.

You know, it wasn’t until 1973 that the American Psychiatric Association, after a fairly lengthy period of debate, discussion, and advocacy, voted to remove homosexuality as a mental disorder. Discrimination, you know, comes in many forms. And the psychological and the social implications of those are, you know, they’re not insignificant. So if you do …

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What is Dysthymia – Persistent Depressive Disorder – Mental Health with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

What is Dysthymia – Persistent Depressive Disorder – Mental Health with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Hey everybody. Today I want to talk with you about Dysthymia. Or Persistent Depressive Disorder. What is that? And what do we do if we have it? So stay tuned. So like I said, Today I’m going to talk to you about Dysthymia. In the DSM 5, they changed the name to be Persistent Depressive …

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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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GRIT Residential Treatment Program a Mental Health Association | Connecting Point | July 30, 2019

GRIT Residential Treatment Program a Mental Health Association | Connecting Point | July 30, 2019

>>>FOR THOSE BATTLING ADDICTION, THE CHALLENGES MAY SEEM INSURMOUNTABLE, BUT RECOVERY IS POSSIBLE. THE MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION HAS A NEW RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM KNOWN AS GRIT. MHA’S RECOVERY COACH, DALLAS CLARK, SPOKE WITH CAROLEE McGRATH ABOUT THE PROGRAM AND SHARES WITH US HIS STORY OF ADDICTION, PERSEVERANCE AND HOW, AS HRON SHARPENS IRON.>>ME BEING A …

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