SMU Active Minds: Faces of Mental Health video series Part II (Monica Gallegos)

>>So, I had my first panic attack soon after graduating college. On paper, you would think I’d be really happy. I am a first generation student, so I accomplished something huge that my parents weren’t able to do. But still, despite that accomplishment, despite how proud I should have been, something wasn’t right. I still was dealing with a lot…

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SMU Active Minds: Faces of Mental Health video series Part I (Summer Moss)

>>When I started PT school, I had this vision that I was going to help everyone. Everyone was going to be fit, everyone was going to be happy. I had all of this restless energy that I was going to fix everything. And within two weeks, I lost that vision. I was so drowned in deadlines and pressures that I…

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SMU Active Minds: Faces of Mental Health video series Part III (Nadine Huerta)

>>I was in my fourth semester of my program, I was in the middle of my preceptorship and things were going great. I had gotten the preceptorship I wanted, my grades were better than they have ever been. I felt like I was being really social, but something wasn’t right. And I knew this because — I mean I lacked…

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Mental Health Matters – Emotional Eating

Hi, welcome to Mental Health Matters. I'm Shannon Eliot. Today we'll be discussing an issue that manyof us have experienced at one time or another: emotional eating. Lisa Bograd has been a therapist for 12 years. She specializes in treating trauma, eatingdisorders, and addiction. Lisa is deeply committed to helping peopleliberate themselves from the shackles of food and weight obsession…

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