How I Found Out I Have Dissociative Identity Disorder… | Q&A Pt2

[Music] so I’m not sure what I have done what happened I’m just gonna carry on from where I was close but as far as I’m aware I think I just switched out I got really dissociated when I can kind of came back to the camera wasn’t recording anymore so I don’t know whether it turned out or whether […]

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Only a Genius Or a Person With a Mental Illness Can Answer This

It is practically impossible to tell an average person from a person with schizophrenia by their appearance. Many psychiatric tests and methods are used in order to find out what is going on in the patient’s head and determine whether they need help. Here are two simple questions that can be answered only by a person with schizophrenia or by […]

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UQx PSYC1030.3x 3-5-1 Causal models of anxiety disorder

So, we know that anxiety runs in families. If you have a first degree relative with an anxiety disorder, your odds of developing an anxiety disorder increase compared to the general population. What I want to discuss are some of the common features across anxiety disorders. Historically, twin studies have indicated that heritability accounts for upwards of 30-40% of the […]

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How Do You Define A Disorder?

Do you ever feel really bummed? Okay, maybe that’s a silly question because, like, everyone’s gonna have a crappy day at some point. Right? But how do you know if you’re just feeling sad, or if you’ve crossed over into something like clinical depression? The answer to that depends on how researchers define psychological disorders, which isn’t always the clearest […]

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Is Being Transgender / Transsexual a Mental Disorder

Hi everyone! This video is going to be about if being transgender is a mental disorder and how it may be perceived as a one. As well as how being transgender can impact one’s mental health and contribute to mental disorders. In addition to my own experience of how my transition impacted my emotions and mental health. The whole process […]

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The Problem with Diagnosing in the Mental Health System

[Music] how can I tell if I have PTSD or complex PTSD when my psychiatrist is diagnosed me currently is having borderline personality disorder and originally I was diagnosed schizophrenic I see you’ve taken your stroll down the mental health field path okay I’m gonna try to contain my level of fury relative to this subject I know that many […]

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UQx PSYC1030.3x 4-2-4 Psychosis and bipolar disorder in later life

People with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder grow old as do the rest of us. People with bipolar disorder experience severe highs and lows with respect to their mood, as well as changes in sleep, thinking patterns and behavior which mirror the mood swings. So when experiencing a highly elevated mood, for example, people with bipolar disorder often find they need […]

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SSDI Provides Benefits for Mental Illness – Paralegal Kristen Sheridan of Parker Waichman

You’ve just been diagnosed with a mental impairment. You’re now unable to work due to this impairment and it’s making your symptoms even worse. Hi. My name is Kristen Sheridan and I’m a paralegal at Parker Waichman law firm. I help clients all the time with these impairments. What many clients don’t realize when they come to us is that […]

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Working with children when you have a mental illness? #katiFAQ Mental Health Help with Kati Morton

– Hey everybody, Happy Wednesday! Or hump day, or whatever you wanna call it. Or the middle of the week and the worst day ever, maybe? I don’t know. But anyways, Happy Wednesday! When it’s Wednesday, it’s a W! So I’m on the website, and I’m also on YouTube. So if you asked your questions on yesterday’s video, or you […]

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