Mental Health: Let’s talk (2018)

so I was invited to judge a competition on creative arts so it was visual media and music and I was there for the visual media part and one of the things that really kind of stood out to me was that three of the movies I was watching by these students were on mental health awareness hey everybody welcome…

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Working with carers, friends and families of people in secure mental health services – Part 1

>>Voice over: This film promotes best practice when working with carers, friends and families of people in secure mental health services. Carers, friends and families of people in secure settings are faced with the most unexpected of circumstances. Many people would have had to deal with the police, courts and many other agencies before arriving in secure mental health services.…

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Hardcore Goes West

I’m Richie Hardcore and I’m very passionate about how we can combat New Zealand’s mental health statistics. I’m an educator and keynote speaker on Masculinity and prevention, and now I’ve arrived here. I’m on a journey helping people share their stories of mental health. We’re on our way to meet Eddie Murphy. Not that Eddie Murphy, not the famous comedian…

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Fiona’s story about Mental Health First Aid

Working as a lawyer can be really stressful there’s a lot of responsibility and very limited control. Working in family law can be particularly stressful you’re dealing with clients that might be going through one of the worst situations in their life and they may be experiencing mental health issues themselves. The stress sometimes as a professional can cause you…

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The brain vs. the mind: Has Freud slipped? — with Peter Kramer (1995) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello, I’m Ben Wattenberg. Was Sigmund Freud right? Is most mental illness rooted in childhood trauma, often sexual trauma? That Freudian view has shaped much of the modern world. Now a new school of scientists say many disorders of the mind are really physical diseases of the brain and can often be treated with new drugs. Joining us…

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Early Intervention for Psychosis: Building a Mental Health Community | Rachel Waford | TEDxDecatur

Translator: Daniel Enger Reviewer: Tanya Cushman So as psychologists and counselors, we spend quite a lot of time and energy trying to create spaces that are open and accepting and safe. Now, that doesn’t keep people from feeling really apprehensive to visit our spaces to share examples of challenge and distress. This is especially true for individuals experiencing psychotic illnesses…

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Lisa Maria Cruz | A Journey Through Schizophrenia

When you’re having a delusion you don’t, it doesn’t feel wrong it doesn’t feel bad it doesn’t feel traumatic in any kind of way. When you’re having a delusion your delusion is your reality. I have like this recurrent theme of like thinking people are witches when I’m delusional. So anyway, my husband came to visit me and I was…

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THIS IS DEPRESSION (VERY WELL: episode 1 new mental health series!)

At this present moment, I feel as though all the pieces of my life are falling into place. It’s just that I’m not there to enjoy it. I have this hunger that cannot be sated, no matter how eagerly I feed on the give-and-take of relationships. Like I’m hollow. Like there’s a black hole inside me that absorbs all the…

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Designing a new brain scanner (MEG)

All brain cells communicate with each other by passing tiny little electrical currents. Those electrical currents generate magnetic fields and those fields exist outside the head. So in MEG what we try to do, is measure the magnetic fields that occur outside the head that are generated by currents in your brain and by measuring those magnetic fields we can…

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Live Q&A with nednednerB – Ep. 1

um well a few people might might trickle in and if anyone has any questions you’re curious to ask this is a live Q&A that’s the purported theme thanks for joining I’m going to dream mode dream mood sorry I’ll get back to this how old was I when I first started having symptoms well about 14 or 15 was…

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