Stress, trauma and work: how to look after yourself

So the stress associated with this kind of work is quite unique, in the sense that workers are required to listen to traumatic and often horrific stories, on an ongoing, consistent basis. Which requires them to have a high level of understanding and compassion and empathy. Now, while helping clients to get through these experiences can often be rewarding and […]

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AHS’s An Introduction to Trauma and Resilience

Welcome to the Agency of Human Services Introduction to Trauma and Resilience. It’s great to have you here! My name is Auburn Watersong, I am the Director of Trauma Prevention and Resilience Development here at AHS. My position is located in the Secretary’s office and it is part of my role to assist the Agency in providing trauma-informed services 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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What is CBD? (20% OFF with code SAVE20)

Welcome to Daintri’s Education Center. In this video we will cover what CBD is how it works and what the benefits are what is CBD. CBD stands for cannabidiol which is the second most abundant chemical compound found in the cannabis plant. It is non psychoactive meaning it doesn’t give you a high when it is consumed. Research shows that […]

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Performance Triad Family Module 9: Stay Sharp, Move More!

MAN: Did you know that exercise and movement help build your memory, reaction time, attention span, and learning capabilities? Regular exercises sharpens the mind since exercise causes your brain to release chemicals that build memory and reinforce learning. A workout gives you a quick boost. Immediately after you exercise, your memory and mental responses improve. Those who exercise regularly also […]

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My Story – Chapter 1: Generalized Anxiety Disorder

a few years ago I was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder I thought that I wouldn’t overcome that situation but I did. And that’s why now I want to help people like you to get through this to get better to win the battle against Anxiety and Depression. So here’s my story I don’t know how to say what I […]

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What should you do when a mental health crisis strikes?

If you’re experiencing a mental health crisis, I think the first thing to do is figure out what you need. Right? So, if you’re having trouble with your own safety, you’re really thinking about killing yourself, you need to get help. And you need to see a professional, or you need to go to an emergency room. Not everything can […]

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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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What are Intrusive Thoughts?

Hey everybody! Today’s topic is intrusive thoughts. What are they? Why do they happen? And then what do we do about them? So stay tuned. [music] So like I said, today’s topic is intrusive thoughts. And those are . . . exactly what they sound like. They’re almost like thoughts that just pop up in our head, and we don’t […]

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How Meditation Can Reshape Our Brains: Sara Lazar at TEDxCambridge 2011

Translator: Aura Raducan Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard Good morning. So when I was in graduate school, I was a runner, and a friend and I decided that we’re going to run the Boston Marathon. And so we started training and we overtrained, and I developed knee and back problems. So I went to see a physical therapist, and they told me […]

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