Addictions, Mental Health and Concurrent Disorders | Humber Online – Course Trailer

One in five Canadians will experience mental illness. All of them face stigmas that worsen their problems. Addiction and wrong assumptions. Anxiety and disapproval. Schizophrenia and sensationalized misunderstandings. Concurrent disorders and uncertainty. Understanding these illnesses can lead to lasting treatments and prevention. But could the battle against social stigmas be the hardest struggle?

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How Do Eating Disorders Actually Work? ft. Kati Morton

Hey there! Welcome To Life Noggin! In the United States, an estimated 20 million women and 10 million men will have an eating disorder at some point in their lives. This is a difficult topic to dive into so i brought in Licensed therapist and my good friend Kati Morton to help explain things better! So, Kati, you wanna explore […]

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Reducing mental illness among Aboriginal people

Dr. Tracy Westerman founded indigenous Psychological Services in 1998 to address the high rates of mental illness among Aboriginal people in the absence of government funding. She went on to graduate from Curtin University with a Doctor of Philosophy and a master’s degree in clinical psychology in 2003. Dr. Westerman has trained over 22,000 clinicians in culturally appropriate psychological approaches, […]

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Happiness Experts Share Back to School Mental Health Tips

– In order to be happy you need to be successful. Well what if I told you you had it backwards. That being successful doesn’t lead to happiness, but rather happiness leads to success. You need a minute to process that? That’s fine, I’ll wait. Psychologist have scientifically proven that one of the greatest contributing factors to overall happiness in […]

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Mental Health: A Person-Centered Approach

Nursing students from around the world are set to benefit from a definitive new textbook launched in April, Mental Health a Person Centred Approach. Mental Health Nursing education is really having arrived. Being picked up and taken notice of by the world’s oldest publishing house. So at that level I think it means that we have arrived at a level […]

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ADHD As A Difference In Cognition, Not A Disorder: Stephen Tonti at TEDxCMU

Reviewer: Queenie Lee Cool! Hi, my name is Stephen Tonti, and I’m a director, a writer, an actor, a drummer, a scuba diver, a soccer player, a camera operator, an airbrush artist, a physicist, a stargazer, a rock climber, a snowboarder, a model maker, a stage manager, a camp counselor, a PA, a DJ, a club president, a magician, and […]

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When Everything Feels Like a Dream | Depersonalization-Derealization Disorder

Thanks to CuriosityStream for supporting this episode! Go to CuriosityStream.com/Psych to learn more. [ ♪INTRO ] When you’re dreaming, things normally don’t feel all that tangible. Like, you can pick up your phone or a trophy or a puppy-sized elephant, and it won’t feel as solid as those things would in the real world. But then, when you wake up […]

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How to Share Your Invisible Illness Story!

Hey guys! We’re excited to see YOUR videos for the “I Am Invisible No More” video contest. Quiet on the set please! Invisible disabilities video contest tips and tricks take one and action! Just kidding. You don’t need all this movie maker stuff or fancy editing software to share your story. Just pick up your phone or turn on your […]

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7 Things NOT To Say To Someone With A Mental Illness

David dobrik is quaking Hey, hi, what’s up? My name’s autumn And I think I have good things to say sometimes so there was a specific request that I do this video So I’m gonna do it If you don’t follow me on other platforms and you didn’t know you are free to send me requests You can do it […]

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