What is Narcissistic Personality Disorder? Kati Morton on NPD treatment, therapy & emotional abuse

Hey everybody! This week’s video I’m going to talk to you a little bit about Narcissistic Personalty Disorder. What is it, and what do we do? So, like I said, today I want to talk with you about Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Now, our community, so many of you have requested this, and so what that tells me is that if […]

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Mental Health Matters – Eating Disorders

Welcome to Mental Health Matters, I’m Barbara Meyers. On today’s show we will be talking about eating disorders. We are honored and privileged to have two guests to discuss this topic. Julia F. has lived with eating disorders for much of her life, she has lead an eating disorder support group and is now in recovery. Welcome Julia. Dr. Marybeth […]

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What is TRAUMA THERAPY? Psychology & mental health treatment with Kati Morton licensed therapist

Hey everybody! I have an amazing special guest Dr. Alexa Altman is here to talk with us about what is trauma and resiliency. Since this is the first of many videos that Alexa and I are going to do together tell my audience a little bit about what you do and what your specializations are. I’m a clinical psychologist with […]

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What is Body Dysmorphic Disorder? | Kati Morton

– Hey everyone, today’s video topic is BDD, or Body Dysmorphic Disorder. What is it and what do we do if we have it? So stay tuned. (calming music) So like I said, today’s video topic is BDD, or Body Dysmorphic Disorder, which I’ll call BDD from now on, cause it’s like (babbling), it’s too much to say, right? Many […]

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5 Ways to Pray for Families Fighting Mental Illness

today we’re going to talk about five ways to pray for families citing mental illness I’m Angela Howard in my passion it’s to break the stigma of mental health issues you’re new to my channel the notification fell through families of those with the mental illness diagnosis may be hesitant to ask for prayer because it can feel like you’re […]

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Larry Davidson lecture – civil rights for people with mental illness

I was brought up in the State of Georgia in the 1960s during the civil rights movement in the US and the Reverend Martin Luther King Junior was in Atlanta at the time and was sort of my childhood hero. And Doctor King talked about two stages to the civil rights movement for African Americans. The first stage was to […]

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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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I Have Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder // ARFID

Okay, so I was just about to take a shower, and I opened my bedroom door to see my dog sitting on my desk. I’m not sure what he’s doing there. I think he’s looking out the window? Hey buddy! How ya doin? I don’t think you should be up there. Please come down. So last night I got an […]

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SAMHSA’s Recovery Month 2019

Hello, I’m Dr. Elinore Mccance-Katz, the Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use. I lead the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration,or SAMHSA, which is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. I am pleased to recognize the 30th anniversary of Nationa l Recovery Month We know that over 23 million Americans are in recovery […]

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Eating disorders: Theresa’s journey to recovery | Rogers Behavioral Health

My name is Teresa, and I suffered with an eating disorder anorexia nervosa I’ve never been happy with the way I looked since even since I was a child and I saw these people who looked happy, and then I thought they had perfect bodies when I was in eighth grade I thought okay well I’ll just try to lose […]

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