Grounding Techniques in Trauma Therapy – psychology & mental health with therapist Kati Morton

Grounding Techniques in Trauma Therapy – psychology & mental health with therapist Kati Morton

*Dinging noise* -Hey everybody, welcome back! Again, I have a wonderful, special guest Dr. Alexa Altman, who is a trauma specialist, is here. If you haven’t watched our first video together, I encourage you to do that, the link is in the description -But today we’re gonna talk about coping with trauma and building those …

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What is STOCKHOLM SYNDROME? Abusive Relationships, psychology & mental health help with Kati Morton

What is STOCKHOLM SYNDROME? Abusive Relationships, psychology & mental health help with Kati Morton

Today, we’re talking about Stockholm Syndrom What is it, and how does it apply in therapy? *Music* This is one of the most fascinating topics I’ve gotten to research thus far so thank you to all of you who’ve requested it. And in all honesty I knew what Stockholm Syndrome was, but I didn’t really …

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Free mental health counseling offered for those affected by recent violence

Free mental health counseling offered for those affected by recent violence

RALLINGS TO HAVE A CONVERSATION ON RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE POLICE AND THE COMMUNITY. HE WAS INVITED TO TODAY’S VIGIL, BUT DECLINED TO ATTEND ACCORDING TO ORGANIZERS. LIVE IN THE STUDIO, REBECCA BUTCHER, LOCAL 24 NEWS. Annette: REBECCA, THANK YOU. TODAY… SEVERAL MEMPHIS PASTORS AND LAWMAKERS SAY THAT THERE IS A NEED FOR MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING …

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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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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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“There are Thousands of Us”: Mental Health Professionals Warn of Trump’s Increasing Instability

“There are Thousands of Us”: Mental Health Professionals Warn of Trump’s Increasing Instability

AMY GOODMAN: This is Democracy Now!, democracynow.org, The War and Peace Report. I’m Amy Goodman. Last month, Pentagon leaders told a Senate panel they would ignore any unlawful order by President Donald Trump to launch a nuclear strike. The testimony came as part of the first congressional hearings in more than 40 years on the …

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‘We’re Very Likely Dealing With A Mental Illness Here’

‘We’re Very Likely Dealing With A Mental Illness Here’

I think that we’re very likely dealing with a mental illness here and the behavior is so outrageous that it it can sound comical when you hear it from the outside looking in but for the person that’s going through it for the family that’s going through it it’s anything but comical it can be …

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Study of 81,000 Adults Examines Mental Illness, Gun Violence and Suicide

Study of 81,000 Adults Examines Mental Illness, Gun Violence and Suicide

We’re focused on the problem of gun violence and suicide in the United States, which is a big public health problem that claims the lives of 33,000 people every year. And there’s a lot of focus on people with serious mental illnesses in discussions about gun violence prevention in this country. And that’s sort of …

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My son was a Columbine shooter. This is my story | Sue Klebold

My son was a Columbine shooter. This is my story | Sue Klebold

The last time I heard my son’s voice was when he walked out the front door on his way to school. He called out one word in the darkness: “Bye.” It was April 20, 1999. Later that morning, at Columbine High School, my son Dylan and his friend Eric killed 12 students and a teacher …

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