Tech’s Impact On Young Brains | America Inside Out with Katie Couric

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The Nightmare World of Gang Stalking

This has many names. Gang stalking, mob stalking, community stalking. You’re in the middle of this ridiculous, irrational impossibility that is real and is happening. First, the Guardian revealed the National Security Agency is collecting telephone records of millions of Verizon customers. To surveil someone through their phones. Certainly through their television sets. The last year and a half, he’s […]

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A&M students create designs for children’s mental health center

[booming sound] the Phoenix center is a nonprofit organization of Marble Falls that offers therapy for traumatized children and so we were approached to design a site that would incorporate all the elements that are currently separated they have a therapy building and separately they have a ranch for more outdoor therapy and this was a multilevel interdisciplinary studio that […]

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Mental Health in Haiti: Bonnie Kaiser

[Announcer]: This is Duke University My research is coming from an anthropological perspective and it’s both a critical analysis of global mental health but also a constructive analysis. So what can anthropology contribute to improving global mental health research and practice? How can we have a better understanding of cultural models of mental illness and how can that help inform […]

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A Virtual Panic Attack | New Age Creators

(tranquil music) – Believe it or not I don’t have PhD. in psychology. But I have an honorary degree in worrying thanks to my anxiety and panic disorder. We’ve all felt anxious before. That uncomfortable feeling in the pit of your stomach when you’re about to enter an exam. Or your sweaty palms when you’re meeting new people. And your […]

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Locked Up and Forgotten: India’s Mental Health Crisis

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Institutionalized: Mental Health Behind Bars

There is a paucity of mental health services in the community. Are you worried? A little bit, yeah. There’s really no system that’s really looking out for them. We’re just leaving them to fend for themselves. Today, man, I am a better man. I am getting better. I just can’t think to myself that a thoughtful society would agree this […]

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Struggling with Severe Mental Illness: The Story of Maisie

[Sally Bourke]: Maisie is extremely clever. Very creative, very entertaining. [Maisie Bourke]: Can we make it more like a mountain? [Sally Bourke]: But, she’s always been challenging. She’s always just pushed the limits and boundaries. But she’s so loving and she’s got a lovely character. That I never thought there was some label that needed to be attached to her […]

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