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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5 TIPS on ADOPTION and MENTAL HEALTH | Kati Morton, Therapist | Kati Morton

Hey everybody. Today we’re going to talk about mental health and adoption. Many of you asked for this, it’s one of those videos that was voted on my UNow live stream. If you haven’t hopped over there, I’ll put the link in the description. You should definitely check them out. But I’m going to offer five tips on ways to […]

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Kids Meet a Terminally Ill Person | Kids Meet | HiHo Kids

– I had one bout of chemo, and I lost about 30 pounds, and I was weak, had diarrhea. You know what diarrhea is? – Yeah. – I had that bad. (laughing) (cheerful piano music) – Hi, I’m Preston. – I’m Makayla. – Nice to meet you. – You too. – Hi pop pop. – Hello Cavalli. So what’d they […]

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Kids Meet a Suicide Survivor | Kids Meet | HiHo Kids

– Did you think about your family when you tried to kill yourself? – Yeah, I mean, the first time I called my mom and said goodbye. That was tough. (gentle music) – Hello. – Hi, I’m Jonathan. – Hi, I’m Zara. – Johnathan, nice to meet you. – Yeah, you too. – Do you guys know what the topic […]

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Behavioral Health at the Summit County School-Based Health Centers

Welcome back to County Connection for this next segment we’re going to be talking about expanded mental health services for our children and teens in Summit County and here to tell us all about it are Kellyn Glynn from the Summit Community Care Clinic and Jen McAtamney from Building Hope welcome Kellan and Jen.>>Thank you.>>All right so our community is […]

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The Nurture Room (Child Psychology Documentary) | Real Stories

Where’s Jamie? Where’s Jamie gone? Is he hiding? Right, look at me. Now, Reece thought you were looking for someone to play ‘Passes’ with. And he would like to play ‘Passes’ with you. Jamie: No! Well, if you don’t want to play with Reece, maybe Reece can have the ball to himself? No, wait here. No, wait here. Now, I […]

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A typical day in the Eating Disorders Unit: Madi O’Dell’s story

Hi, I’m Sue O’Dell, Madison’s mom. And I’m Madi. A typical patient day, I mean, you wake up 6:30/7:00, depending on whether or not you want to shower or not. There are two bathrooms on the unit with showers, so if there are multiple girls who are staying overnight, you kind of have to share and you get your little […]

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What Are Sensory Issues? Sensory Processing Disorder Explained

When we talk about sensory processing issues, we’re referring to difficulty organizing and understanding information that comes in through the senses. You may have heard this called sensory processing disorder. People often think of kids with sensory issues as being oversensitive and easily overwhelmed by sights, sounds, tastes, and smells, and that’s often the case. But kids with these issues […]

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Guess My Disability (Rayne) | Lineup | Cut

– Are you in pain? – Not physically. – Aww sweety, aww damn! (soft music) I’m Rayne, I do a lot of stuff. Some include sex work. – So, someone told me, guess who’s a vampire? – I think of a lot of stuff ’cause you gotta be specific ’cause there’s physical disability, there’s mental disability. – Yeah, I’m like […]

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