KSOC-TV: Behavioral Health Concerns in Classrooms

Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to KSOCTV, I’m Stephanie Dukes filling in for today’s host Gary Blau. We’re working to share timely, relevant techinal assistance on a whole host of issues, relating to mental health, needs of children, youth and families. Today we’ll focus on both the behavioral health challenges and opportunities found in elementary schools and classrooms, specifically grades […]

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Hypnosis for razor sharp focus and concentration ASMR

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What are eating disorders? #whatareeatingdisorders

#whatareeatingdisorders Hi, I’m Amalia. And I’m Matthew. So what are eating disorders? People with an eating disorder usually have extremely negative thoughts and feelings about their weight or body shape. And they might say things about themselves like ‘I’m too fat’, even when they’re not. They will use food or sometimes extreme exercise as a way to try and control […]

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What Is Loneliness Doing to Your Brain?

Today we’re talking about loneliness; not to be confused with introversion, or social anxiety, while those subjects are worthy topics. Loneliness actually has been defined in many ways: “a state of solitude or being alone,” “inability to find meaning in one’s life….” Okay, this is already a downer, so look at a picture of a panda. Aw, it’s cute! Now […]

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Are You Under 24? Science Says You Still Have the Brain of a Teen

We define adolescence as the years between childhood and adulthood. The exact age might depend on the country — things like the age you can vote or drink — but it’s roughly defined as being from age 10 to 19. But, a new study is suggesting that adolescence should end as late as 24 to account for the full range […]

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What should you do when a mental health crisis strikes?

If you’re experiencing a mental health crisis, I think the first thing to do is figure out what you need. Right? So, if you’re having trouble with your own safety, you’re really thinking about killing yourself, you need to get help. And you need to see a professional, or you need to go to an emergency room. Not everything can […]

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The Backwards Brain Bicycle – Smarter Every Day 133

Hey it’s me Destin. Welcome back to Smarter Every Day. You’ve heard people say, “It’s just like riding a bike” meaning it’s really easy and you can’t forget how to do it, right? But I did something. I did something that damaged my mind. It happened on the streets of Amsterdam and I got really scared honestly. I can’t ride […]

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Strong Start PSA 2: Brain Development

90% of a child’s brain development occurs before age 5. Access to high quality early education helps to ensure that children develop a strong foundation for the social cognitive skills they need to become successful adults. Strong Start of Santa Clara County is working to increase access to high quality early learning programs so all our children have the support […]

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When Does Your Brain Stop Developing?

[Motif from theme song plays] If you turned 18 in the United States… Congrats, you’re legally an adult. Even if you’re not doing your own laundry yet… You’re not your parents’ responsibility anymore. [I’m sure they’re celebrating too…] But, here’s the catch. Even though you reached adulthood on paper; Your brain still has more work to do Ask a neuroscientist, […]

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Jeannie Gaffigan: Finding comedy in a brain tumor

This kind of all started pretty quickly when I was taking my kids to the pediatrician and I was super busy and I had to fill out all these forms for my kids. But my pediatrician noticed that I was like leaning to hear her and she said what’s wrong with your left ear and I said I just can’t […]

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