McLean Hospital: A Leader in Mental Health Care

(soft music) – [Woman] McLean is one of the best in the world. I wouldn’t want to be in other hands. – [Woman] McLean Hospital changed my life. – [Man] I don’t know where my family would be today if it wasn’t for the outstanding care my daughter received at McLean. – It’s sentiments like these from grateful patients and […]

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“Uncontrollable” – A Short Film about Anxiety

(Students Talking) It’s the most popular mental disorder in the United States. And, because of that, I guess, to some people it seems as if I’m just trying to make excuses for myself. But, I’m not. It’s not just something that I can get out of my head. My brain goes from zero to a hundred and sixty miles per […]

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Dissociative Identity Disorder

– DID really does exist, and the reason why people have so much trouble with it is because it’s so hard to believe the level of trauma and abuse that was done to a person as a child, and it’s so hard to absorb that, but if you then say, “Okay yes, “we accept that this happened,” we’re admitting, yes, […]

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Inside Out Mental Illness Series: Anxiety with Dr. Mach

There’s basic like three really, or four basic categories of mental health issues. One is mood disorders, that includes bipolar, depression. There’s anxiety disorders that include PTSD, OCD, generalized anxiety, panic disorder. And then there’s thought disorders that include schizophrenia or psychotic disorders, delusional disorders. So then there’s substance use disorders. So there’s four really major classes of mental health […]

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Tips on Talking to Your Parents About Your Mental Health

so before I go into this video I want to say that this topic is easier said than done what I’m going to say is going to sound very simplistic but i know you’re feeling right now you’re feeling very anxious because you know you need help and that’s amazing that you’re taking the steps to talk to your parents […]

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FEAR [short film] (generalized anxiety disorder experience)

[Christmas music plays] Shit. Fear. “An unpleasant emotion, caused by the threat of danger, pain, or harm.” Sometimes, that four letter word gets trapped in the unpredictable future, and takes complete control of your life. No beginning. No end. Anxiety hijacks your thoughts and your body, so you worry about everything and anything. Your imagination keeps playing tricks on you, […]

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How to help someone with Depression – Mental Health Help with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Hi, I’m Kati Morton. And I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. And I create mental health videos on youtube. Now you are most likely receiving this video because someone in your life is stuggling with depression, and doesn’t know how to talk to you about it. So what is depression? I know many people throw that term around […]

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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. And those emotions make their […]

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On Our Sleeves: Join the Movement for Children’s Mental Health

If you could know what’s on his mind. If your heart could feel the way her heart feels. But kids don’t wear their thoughts on their sleeves. So it’s time to give them a voice. It’s time to give hope to every child living with mental illness. Together we can transform children’s mental health. Join the movement at OnOurSleeves.org.

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