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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DID & DATING!? Why NADIA Hates ME! | Dissociative Identity Disorder

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The Impact of Early Emotional Neglect

Many of us are wandering the world bearing a lot of emotional damage. We may be depressed, anxious, or very difficult around sex in relationships. We might ask ourselves where the difficulties came from. It’s a continually weird provocative and yet, in our view, extremely accurate answer, that the damage comes almost always from childhood. Especially early childhood. How we […]

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VALENTINE’S DAY! Self-Harm & Eating Disorder Video with Kati Morton – Healthy Mind, Healthy Body!

So Valentine’s Day is coming up, and for many of us, we hate it, we dread it, we hide from it, ahh! Others, we love it, we embrace it. Flowin’ with the love to everybody yada yada. Love is in the air! So stay tuned! So Valentine’s day is coming up. The day of love, it’s so exciting. Or it’s […]

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11 ways to cope with bipolar disorder

Hey Everyone Ali Mattu here and I am with my friend Tristan Miller. Tristan welcome back. We just did an episode about the top myths about bipolar disorder and I wanted to invite you back here to do an episode about how to cope with bipolar disorder. Sure yeah that makes sense. The first one is sobriety and this is […]

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Me, Myself, and I: Dissociative Identity Disorder

[INTRO ♪] In 1955, a woman named Shirley Mason visited the psychotherapist she’d been seeing for a few months. When the therapist asked her how she was doing, she said, “I’m fine but Shirley isn’t. She was so sick she couldn’t come, so I came instead… I’m Peggy!” Through continued therapy, the therapist discovered what seemed like 16 personalities living […]

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Mental Health Apps: How Medicine Can Keep Up With Tech

Thanks to Dashlane for sponsoring this episode. Go to dashlane.com/scishowpsych to learn more about Dashlane. [ ♪INTRO ] Silicon Valley thinks they have a solution for everything. Including, apparently, the fact that not everyone around the world who needs mental health care gets it. And at this very moment, there are thousands of mental health apps out there claiming to […]

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VALENTINE’S DAY! Self-Harm & Eating Disorder Video with Kati Morton – Healthy Mind, Healthy Body!

So Valentine’s Day is coming up, and for many of us, we hate it, we dread it, we hide from it, ahh! Others, we love it, we embrace it. Flowin’ with the love to everybody yada yada. Love is in the air! So stay tuned! So Valentine’s day is coming up. The day of love, it’s so exciting. Or it’s […]

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Introduction to Next Generation Behavioral Health Podcast

[Dr. Christy Armstrong] Hello, and welcome to Next Generation Behavioral Health. [Dr. Julie Kinn] 10-minute tips for modernizing patient care. [music] [Dr. Christy Armstrong] I’m Dr. Christina Armstrong. [Dr. Julie Kinn] And I’m Dr. Julie Kinn. Christy and I are psychologists working in the Defense Health Agency of the US Department of Defense. Our team develops health technology to help […]

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Diagnosis? Nonsuicidal Self-Injury – DSM-V // Mental Health with Kati Morton | Kati Morton

Hey everybody! Today I’m going to talk with you about nonsuicidal self injury. We’ve heard it’s a new diagnosis in the DSM. Is that true? What does that mean? *Intro Music* So like I said today I’m going to talk about nonsuicidal self injury. That is exactly like what it sounds like. And we have been talking about this on […]

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