Meet Our Doc: Dave Walick, MD, Pediatric Mental Health Institute

I just actually retired from the Air Force in May of 2017. I was an adult psychiatrist, a child psychiatrist. The challenge of child and adolescent psychiatry is that unlike an injury, unlike a broken bone, the illness is a product of many, many years. I think the first thing it’s important for us to do is normalize and humanize […]

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Children’s Behavioral Health: An Unprecedented Commitment

The fact that we are devoting so many resources and attention to behavior health is really unique compared to other hospital systems. Nationwide Children’s Hospital recognizes that behavioral mental health is an important component of the entire health of the child. What we are doing is we’re really developing services better access to services across a continuum of care. We’re […]

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Zootopia and Why Mental Illness Isn’t In Your Head – Madness in Media

Zootopia, a city that inspired so many hours of children singing, it will surely be remembered as a classic Disney musical despite having only one song in it! The perfect city, where every kind of people has their own district, gentrified to their needs! The movie Zootopia has been praised by paid wanker snobs, YouTube essayists, and general fun seekers […]

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GHWSP – “Disasters & Child Mental Health” with Duncan Maru, MD, Myron Belfer, MD & Douglas Ahlers

Welcome to the OPENPediatrics World Shared Practices Forum. I’m Judy Palfrey, the director of Global Pediatrics Program in the Department of Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital. This is one of a series of forums being hosted by OPENPediatrics on global health issues. We’ve chosen to focus on post-disaster children’s mental health. We’re doing this because of the increasing incurrence of […]

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Personality Disorders: Cluster C

Hello. My name is Shabani. And I’m going to talk to you today about personality disorders, specifically Cluster C. Some of the learning objectives for this presentation include to understand the difference between a personality trait and a personality disorder, to learn to recognize personality disorders, to learn the characteristics and personality disorders in Cluster C, and to understand the […]

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Treating Bipolar Disorder

Hello, and welcome to lecture number 14, our series on drugs and human behavior. Today we’re going to be talking about treating bipolar disorder. This is a particularly difficult, oftentimes, disorder to treat, because oftentimes people who have bipolar disorder, while they really hate the depressive parts of it, they sometimes miss the high energy, creativity, ideas that come along […]

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McLean Hospital: A Leader in Mental Health Care

(soft music) – [Woman] McLean is one of the best in the world. I wouldn’t want to be in other hands. – [Woman] McLean Hospital changed my life. – [Man] I don’t know where my family would be today if it wasn’t for the outstanding care my daughter received at McLean. – It’s sentiments like these from grateful patients and […]

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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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Back Ass Crazy Mental Health System, Mind Control Report

>>WOMAN: Before we start this video we’re going to play a little game. What I’m going to do is I’m going to say a phrase, and what I’d like you to do is write in the comment box the first three things that pop into your mind. It’s very important that you leave a comment because it’s going to illustrate […]

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