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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Types of Borderline Personality Disorder | The Classic & Quiet Borderline

Hi everyone! This video is going to be about borderline personality disorder. Specifically, the two types, as in the almost textbook, ‘acting out,’ ‘classic’ borderline, and then the ‘acting in,’ ‘quiet’ borderline. I have a video dedicated to personality disorders, which includes borderline, so I’ll have a link to that specific part for anyone who is interested. While that describes […]

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Huge Genetic Study Reveals Common Threads Across Psychiatric Disorders

Welcome to Impact Factor, your weekly dose of commentary on a new medical study. I’m Dr. F. Perry Wilson. This week I’ve been reading this paper, appearing in Cell, describing a truly herculean effort to determine some of the genetic underpinnings of psychiatric disorders. The study begins as a huge genome-wide association study, but man, it has layers. Like an […]

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Thomas Szasz: Does mental illness exist?

Question 1 My name’s Terry Simpson and at the moment I’m Chair of an organisation called The UK Advocacy Network, which is a network of survivor groups in England and personally I’m a survivor of coercive psychiatric treatment which changed my life quite a lot, so I find your ideas very moving and I’m very pleased that you speak out […]

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What is Borderline Personality Disorder?

It’s estimated that at least one in a hundred people have borderline personality disorder or BPD In this video, we’ll talk about what it’s like to have the disorder as well as how people can recover from it Here are some of the issues people with BPD face Significant difficulty controlling and regulating emotions, otherwise known as emotional lability Uncertainty […]

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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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