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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Borderline Personality Disorder: Tackling a treatment crisis

People with BPD have difficulty regulating their emotions, difficulty regulating their behavior, regulating their thoughts and this leads to a lot of chaos in their life. My experience of BPD was primarily around my anger and my inability to tolerate intense emotions and turning to self-harm and idealizing suicide as ways to try and cope with my suffering. The diagnosis […]

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SAMHSA Behavioral Health IT Webinar Series – 42 CFR Part 2: Myths & Scenarios

Good afternoon everyone. My name is Dina Passman and I am Public Health Advisor on SAMHSA’s Health Information Technology Team. I want to welcome everyone to today’s webinar on 42 CFR Part 2: Myths and Scenarios. This is the second webinar in our SAMHSA Health IT summer webinar series. Before we begin, there are few housekeeping items for today’s webinar. […]

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Youtubers that PROMOTE Eating Disorders

Social media is a powerful force. It has the amazing power to bring people from all around the world together Information shared on YouTube can be incredibly helpful But it can also be extremely harmful Millions of people develop eating disorders every year and in spite of the recent growth an eating disorder awareness. Things are only getting worse 50% […]

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Managing autism spectrum disorder | Mental health | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

– [Voiceover] So in this video we’re gonna talk about how we manage autism spectrum disorder. And in order for us to figure out how we might go about doing that, let’s actually pull up the criteria here that we use to diagnose autism spectrum disorder. So if we look at this, the two main sort of signs that we […]

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The Faces of Invisible Illness: An Awareness Plea

“You’re one of the stable patients,” they told me. As they kicked me to a dingy corner of the hospital. With the other “stable” patients. No space. No privacy. No dignity. But hey, at least I wasn’t dying. She waited months for a specialist appointment. Because she was stable. Couldn’t work. Couldn’t read. Couldn’t eat if not for the tube […]

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Journeys to Eating Disorder Recovery – Groups @OSUCCS

Hi, my name is Holly Davis and I’m a senior staff therapist at Counseling and Consultation Service at Ohio State. I lead the Journeys to Eating Disorder Recovery therapy group here. This group is for students who are struggling with things like disordered eating, eating disorders, and body image concerns and really provides them a place to work on their […]

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Anxiety and homelessness | Ben’s Mental Health Story | Mind

Hello. I’m Ben. I’m 28 years old and I have experienced mental health from probably, quite a young age. In recent years, I found myself in quite dark times and experiencing really bad anxiety and not really being listened to. I’ve had… I’ve experienced a fear of homelessness and then, eventually, classed as homeless and I had to go to […]

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Chronic Illness Awareness••My Story

Every single one of are faced with challenges in our lives and today, I am ready to tell My Story. My journey began when I was 19 years old. I had great health I was athletic, outdoorsy, energetic and very driven. I went to school at ASU full-time and I was on the Dean’s List I was even part of […]

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