Mental Health with Therapist Kati Morton

My name is Kati Morton and I’m a licensed therapist. Today is *drumroll on table* a coffee and a chat! (sings) *Ee!* So I have three questions today as well as a journal topic, so stay tuned for that. And without further ado, um, here we go! Am I sick enough? What can cause us to be traumatized? Struggling with…

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Heal Bipolar Disorder My Story

How do I get this off Okay Hello YouTube This is Doris and I decided to start going live because I’ve been wanting to make videos but Editing and setting up lights and all of that stuff has been taking like a long time. So I Don’t know if I want to let this stand up stay up, but I’m…

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What Bipolar Disorder Feels Like (360 Video) | WebMD

[BIRDS CHIRPING] SPEAKER 1: I think bipolar can be an amazingly beautiful experience. SPEAKER 2: Mania feels great. Things are beautiful. Things look different. I started to feel more emotion, to the point where I was almost euphoric. SPEAKER 1: Sounds are really strong, really vibrant. They really pierce the ear. SPEAKER 2: Things speed up. Most importantly, your mind,…

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How Important is a Diagnosis?

Hey, everybody! Happy Thursday. Now, today’s question comes from Twitter. I hopped over there and asked you all what you wanted me to talk about today, and I got a ton of requests, so if this question isn’t yours, don’t worry. I’ve jotted them all down in my list and those are coming soon. So make sure you’re subscribed, and…

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Newly Diagnosed with Mental Illness? 3 Things You Should Know

Hi. My name is Rudy Caseres and I’m going to talk to you about three things you should know when you’ve just been diagnosed with a mental illness. Number 1: You should educate yourself all you can about your condition. Now me, personally, I like to read up all about my different symptoms and medications that I take. Number 2:…

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5 misunderstandings about Bipolar Disorder

Hey everybody. Thanks for checking back. Today we are going to talk about the five common misconceptions about Bipolar Disorder. So stay tuned. So like I said. Today we are going to talk about the five misconceptions about Bipolar disorder. Now the first one is that there are only manic or depressive episodes within Bipolar. And that is completely false.…

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Grace’s Story: When strep triggers OCD, mood swings and behavioral changes

come on lock the door did you lock the door what is PANDAS? PANDAS is where you get OCD and start organizing like she was getting these fevers and she’d get a fever and she’d be really really sick but as soon as she was done being sick and the fever would be gone her behavior would be atrocious my…

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Working in children’s mental healthcare – Highfield Unit, Oxfordshire.

We are now recruiting new nursing staff an amazing career opportunity for you. So what do you do at Highfield? We provide a safe and supportive environment for young people who are in the most vulnerable stage of their illness. Who works there? The multidisciplinary team consists of mental health nurses, consultant psychiatrists, speciality doctors, psychologists, dietitians, social workers, a…

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