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How to stop treating those with mental illness like sub-humans in the emergency department. Dr. Denise Brown is a Stanford and Vanderbilt trained internist and hospitalist. She is the Chief Strategy Officer of Vituity. Links, audio podcast, and ways to support the show at http://zdoggmd.com/incident-report-237
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How to stop treating those with mental illness like sub-humans in the emergency department.

Dr. Denise Brown is a Stanford and Vanderbilt trained internist and hospitalist. She is the Chief Strategy Officer of Vituity.

Links, audio podcast, and ways to support the show at http://zdoggmd.com/incident-report-237

Video length: 43:57
Category: Science & Technology
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Posted: March 25, 2019, 11:29 pm
Visit http://www.leehealth.org/?utm_source=... or follow us on social media! Instagram 📷: http://bit.ly/2HxJ81v Facebook📱: http://bit.ly/2IZlhtr Twitter 🐦: http://bit.ly/2NQApZ6 Lee Health is a nationally recognized, award-winning health system in Southwest Florida. We are caring people, inspiring health. It’s often overlooked, even ignored, but health experts say mental health conditions are real and should be addressed. “Physical illnesses are tangible. Depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder is hard for someone to understand because it’s not tangible,” explained Jayme Hodges, director of behavioral health with Lee Health. But they are treatable—if people seek help. “Sometimes people see it as a weakness. It’s difficult to come to someone else and say I need help; I can’t do this by myself. I should be able to handle this. I should be able to do it differently. I must be weak because I cannot,” said Hodges. Everyone experiences things differently and copes with things differently. Health experts say finding healthy coping skills is important to your overall health. “We can change our perception. Sometimes the only thing we have control over is how we view a situation and how we choose to react to it,” said Hodges. Adding a physical activity, talking to someone, and taking time for yourself are a few positive ways to help you cope. “There’s a difference between “me time” and isolation. That line between what is “me time” and what is isolation differs for each person,” she said. While dealing with things like anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder, it can be difficult to see the impact it’s having on those around you. “Most times those around you will notice changes before you are aware of them. Whether it’s your facial expressions are different, you seem sadder, you seem not like yourself,” said Hodges. Taking the time to acknowledge how you feel and practice healthy coping skills can help to improve your physical and mental health. View More Health Matters video segments at LeeHealth.org/Healthmatters/ Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of health care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For more than 100 years, we’ve been providing our community with personalized preventative health services and primary care to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Lee Health - Caring People. Inspiring Care. Visit LeeHealth.org
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Visit http://www.leehealth.org/?utm_source=... or follow us on social media!

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Lee Health is a nationally recognized, award-winning health system in Southwest Florida. We are caring people, inspiring health.

It’s often overlooked, even ignored, but health experts say mental health conditions are real and should be addressed. “Physical illnesses are tangible. Depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder is hard for someone to understand because it’s not tangible,” explained Jayme Hodges, director of behavioral health with Lee Health.

But they are treatable—if people seek help. “Sometimes people see it as a weakness. It’s difficult to come to someone else and say I need help; I can’t do this by myself. I should be able to handle this. I should be able to do it differently. I must be weak because I cannot,” said Hodges.

Everyone experiences things differently and copes with things differently. Health experts say finding healthy coping skills is important to your overall health. “We can change our perception. Sometimes the only thing we have control over is how we view a situation and how we choose to react to it,” said Hodges.

Adding a physical activity, talking to someone, and taking time for yourself are a few positive ways to help you cope. “There’s a difference between “me time” and isolation. That line between what is “me time” and what is isolation differs for each person,” she said.

While dealing with things like anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder, it can be difficult to see the impact it’s having on those around you. “Most times those around you will notice changes before you are aware of them. Whether it’s your facial expressions are different, you seem sadder, you seem not like yourself,” said Hodges.

Taking the time to acknowledge how you feel and practice healthy coping skills can help to improve your physical and mental health.


View More Health Matters video segments at LeeHealth.org/Healthmatters/

Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of health care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For more than 100 years, we’ve been providing our community with personalized preventative health services and primary care to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Lee Health - Caring People. Inspiring Care.

Visit LeeHealth.org

Video length: 1:46
Category: Education
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Posted: January 27, 2019, 8:20 pm
Please give: http://bit.ly/2Omp55h Learn more: http://bit.ly/2OkShtm Kids don't wear their thoughts on their sleeves. Leaving us with too many unanswered questions about mental health and children. At Nationwide Children's Hospital, we are determined to offer hope to millions of families around the country through the work we're doing to address stigma, provide tools and resources, change the conversation and improve behavioral health outcomes. Join the On Our Sleeves campaign and become and advocate for children's mental health. Together, we can make a difference.
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Kids don't wear their thoughts on their sleeves. Leaving us with too many unanswered questions about mental health and children. At Nationwide Children's Hospital, we are determined to offer hope to millions of families around the country through the work we're doing to address stigma, provide tools and resources, change the conversation and improve behavioral health outcomes. Join the On Our Sleeves campaign and become and advocate for children's mental health. Together, we can make a difference.

Video length: 2:06
Category: Education
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Posted: November 2, 2018, 1:19 pm
UCLA clinical psychologist Jessica Bernacki, PhD, and psychiatrist Brandon Ito, MD, MPH talk about about gender identity development, including gender dysphoria—the distress a person experiences as a result of the sex and gender they were assigned at birth. Learn more: https://www.uclahealth.org/gender-health/ #UCLAMDChat
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UCLA clinical psychologist Jessica Bernacki, PhD, and psychiatrist Brandon Ito, MD, MPH talk about about gender identity development, including gender dysphoria—the distress a person experiences as a result of the sex and gender they were assigned at birth. Learn more: https://www.uclahealth.org/gender-health/
#UCLAMDChat

Video length: 30:23
Category: Science & Technology
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Posted: October 18, 2018, 10:36 pm
Rachel Stauffer, RN, enjoys making a difference in the lives of children who need help from behavioral health professionals. Learn more about behavioral health nursing opportunities at Marillac: http://bit.ly/2ur3VuX
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Rachel Stauffer, RN, enjoys making a difference in the lives of children who need help from behavioral health professionals.

Learn more about behavioral health nursing opportunities at Marillac: http://bit.ly/2ur3VuX

Video length: 1:09
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Posted: July 11, 2018, 8:12 pm
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Channel: National Council for Behavioral Health  

Video length: 7:09
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Posted: June 19, 2018, 2:10 pm
Megan Riehl, PsyD Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor When you or someone close to you is diagnosed with a chronic illness such as Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis or a functional GI condition such as IBS, many challenges can occur beyond the physical symptoms. Taking care of your mental well-being is equally as important as taking care of your physical well-being. Unfortunately, in today's medical world, there often isn't time to address the social and emotional effects of living with a chronic illness every day. This is where meeting with a GI psychologist can be helpful. In fact, there are behavioral health therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or medical hypnotherapy (gut-directed relaxation) that can lead to significant symptom reduction and improved quality of life. These interventions are beneficial to complement your medical treatment.
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Channel: Michigan Medicine  

Megan Riehl, PsyD
Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor

When you or someone close to you is diagnosed with a chronic illness such as Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis or a functional GI condition such as IBS, many challenges can occur beyond the physical symptoms. Taking care of your mental well-being is equally as important as taking care of your physical well-being. Unfortunately, in today's medical world, there often isn't time to address the social and emotional effects of living with a chronic illness every day. This is where meeting with a GI psychologist can be helpful. In fact, there are behavioral health therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or medical hypnotherapy (gut-directed relaxation) that can lead to significant symptom reduction and improved quality of life. These interventions are beneficial to complement your medical treatment.

Video length: 2:00
Category: Education
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Posted: January 23, 2018, 8:03 pm
Watch this video to learn how behavioral health research impacts child development, specifically how societal factors and individual behaviors shape health, from NICHD’s Dr. Stephen Gilman. This video is part of the NICHD Behavioral Health Research Series, four videos explaining the importance of behavioral health on child and family development. The series features research findings from experts at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. To watch other videos in the series, visit http://bit.ly/2jSgElh.
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Watch this video to learn how behavioral health research impacts child development, specifically how societal factors and individual behaviors shape health, from NICHD’s Dr. Stephen Gilman.

This video is part of the NICHD Behavioral Health Research Series, four videos explaining the importance of behavioral health on child and family development. The series features research findings from experts at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.

To watch other videos in the series, visit http://bit.ly/2jSgElh.

Video length: 1:40
Category: Science & Technology
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Posted: December 5, 2017, 4:46 pm
Connect with a specialist: http://bit.ly/2rB1C55 Learn more about Behavioral Health: http://bit.ly/10IMj5b Help break the stigmas: http://bit.ly/2rAQmFO Nationwide Children’s Hospital has broke ground on the Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion, a freestanding facility fully dedicated to children and adolescents with behavioral health conditions. Thanks to a transformational $50 million gift from Big Lots and Big Lots Foundation, it will be the largest behavioral health treatment and research center dedicated to children and adolescents on a pediatric medical campus in the U.S.
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Channel: NationwideChildrens  

Connect with a specialist: http://bit.ly/2rB1C55
Learn more about Behavioral Health: http://bit.ly/10IMj5b
Help break the stigmas: http://bit.ly/2rAQmFO

Nationwide Children’s Hospital has broke ground on the Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion, a freestanding facility fully dedicated to children and adolescents with behavioral health conditions. Thanks to a transformational $50 million gift from Big Lots and Big Lots Foundation, it will be the largest behavioral health treatment and research center dedicated to children and adolescents on a pediatric medical campus in the U.S.

Video length: 1:32
Category: Education
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Posted: June 16, 2017, 1:15 pm
Mental health disorders are the second biggest cause of disability across the world. The mental health and behavioral health team at UC San Diego Health (https://health.ucsd.edu/psychiatry) includes skilled psychologists, psychiatrists, dietitians, and support staff, who are committed to providing personalized care to those who have depression, chronic anxiety, eating disorders, or other mental health disorders. UC San Diego Health's mental health experts take the best research and evidence and combine it with the unique circumstances of each person. Their ability to bring science and scientists to the clinic ensures each patient is receiving the latest, evidence-based treatment available. Learn more about mental health services at UC San Diego Health: https://health.ucsd.edu/psychiatry
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Mental health disorders are the second biggest cause of disability across the world. The mental health and behavioral health team at UC San Diego Health (https://health.ucsd.edu/psychiatry) includes skilled psychologists, psychiatrists, dietitians, and support staff, who are committed to providing personalized care to those who have depression, chronic anxiety, eating disorders, or other mental health disorders. UC San Diego Health's mental health experts take the best research and evidence and combine it with the unique circumstances of each person. Their ability to bring science and scientists to the clinic ensures each patient is receiving the latest, evidence-based treatment available.

Learn more about mental health services at UC San Diego Health: https://health.ucsd.edu/psychiatry

Video length: 6:01
Category: Education
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Posted: May 31, 2017, 5:06 pm

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