KSOC-TV: Trauma-Informed Approaches for Caring for Every Child’s Mental Health

Good afternoon, everyone, and thanks for being with us today. If this is your first time joining us, KSOC stands for the “Knowledge Network for Systems f Care” or systems of care television. I’m Gary Blau, Chief of the Child, Adolescent and Family Branch of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration or SAMHSA. KSOC-TV gives SAMHSA the opportunity […]

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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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The Sharp Experience Documentary: Episode 9

Operator: Trauma Team Alpha. Emergency Department. Nurse: 55-year-old female, fall from a horse, drug around the corral. Doctor #1: Sharen, wiggle your toes for me. It hurts? Doctor #2: We have a minimal pulse here. Doctor #1: Call the ultrasound tech and tell him to come now. Announcer: These are stories of real people. Colleen: We participate in people’s lives […]

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The psychology of post-traumatic stress disorder – Joelle Rabow Maletis

Many of us will experience some kind of trauma during our lifetime. Sometimes, we escape with no long-term effects. But for millions of us, those experiences linger, causing symptoms like flashbacks, nightmares, and negative thoughts that interfere with everyday life. This phenomenon, called post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, isn’t a personal failing; rather, it’s a treatable malfunction of certain biological […]

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Dissociative Identity Disorder

– DID really does exist, and the reason why people have so much trouble with it is because it’s so hard to believe the level of trauma and abuse that was done to a person as a child, and it’s so hard to absorb that, but if you then say, “Okay yes, “we accept that this happened,” we’re admitting, yes, […]

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Trauma and Behavioral Health Screen Training Video

Hi, I’m Rhenda Hodnett, the Assistant Secretary of the Division of Child Welfare at DCFS. In this video, you will hear about a screening instrument used to help identify trauma-related problems in children and teenagers. You will also learn about the best ways to help kids with those problems. With better methods to detect the impact of trauma, and training […]

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CRISIS: Veterans, mental health & the wounds we cannot see | psychology recovery & military

Hey everybody. Happy Thursday! Now if you didn’t know tomorrow is Veterans Day in the U.S. What is Veterans Day you might wonder? Veterans Day is a day where all of those who served in our U.S. Military are celebrated and loved on and given a little extra thank you so much. Maybe a hug. Maybe you buy them a […]

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Mental Illness 101: Part IV: Childhood Trauma and Mental Health Impacts

Hello everyone, my name is Ben Adele and I’m with the Center for faith and opportunity initiatives with the US Department of Health and Human Services. Or what we like to call the partnership center. We’re delighted that you’ve joined us today for another webinar in our series on mental illness. This webinar today will focus on understanding childhood trauma […]

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