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Someone you know is silently suffering. Chances are, one of your friends, family members, neighbors or coworkers is suffering from a behavioral health condition such as depression, anxiety, substance use, or an eating disorder. This May Mental Health Awareness Month, Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center aims to raise awareness of mental health issues and let people know that it’s okay to get help. For more information please visit: bit.ly/2DBKiph #MentalHealthMonth
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Channel: LLUHealth  

Someone you know is silently suffering.
Chances are, one of your friends, family members, neighbors or coworkers is suffering from a behavioral health condition such as depression, anxiety, substance use, or an eating disorder. This May Mental Health Awareness Month, Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center aims to raise awareness of mental health issues and let people know that it’s okay to get help.
For more information please visit: bit.ly/2DBKiph #MentalHealthMonth

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Posted: May 15, 2019, 10:55 pm
Join us in supporting Mental Health Services at Mary Greeley Medical Center. The National Alliance on Mental Illness estimates that 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness each year. Many facilities around the state continue to close or reduce their services so it should be no surprise that Mary Greeley has one of the busiest inpatient Behavioral Health Units in central Iowa. We need more beds on our inpatient unit, more outpatient services for our community, more providers and more education. With your support, we will expand and strengthen our services. Donate at www.mgmc.org/special-appeal and help the people in our community who need it most.
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Channel: Mary Greeley Medical Center  

Join us in supporting Mental Health Services at Mary Greeley Medical Center.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness estimates that 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness each year. Many facilities around the state continue to close or reduce their services so it should be no surprise that Mary Greeley has one of the busiest inpatient Behavioral Health Units in central Iowa.

We need more beds on our inpatient unit, more outpatient services for our community, more providers and more education. With your support, we will expand and strengthen our services.

Donate at www.mgmc.org/special-appeal and help the people in our community who need it most.

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Category: Education
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Posted: May 13, 2019, 9:22 pm
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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Channel: ZDoggMD  

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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Channel: Lee Health  

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

Video length: 1:46
Category: Education
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Posted: January 27, 2019, 8:20 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 just understanding what’s going on in my life? How am I approaching it? How am I reacting to it,” just a few questions Lee Health’s director of behavioral health, Jayme Hodges, says can help you become more aware of your mental health. “With understanding the whole picture, it really is increasing your awareness of what healthy living is, and being able to recognize signs of depression and anxiety, isolating behaviors.” It’s important to recognize how something is affecting your relationships, your daily activities, your work or your family life. Being able to evaluate your behavior can help you determine if you have healthy coping skills. “The fact is, we all cope. We just don’t cope healthily. To figure out what to do, you first have to be willing to look introspectively, honestly,” said Hodges. It’s first important to understand that it’s normal to have certain reactions when something unexpected happens. “It’s normal to feel bad. It’s normal to have distressing thoughts, and memories, and reliving experiences,” she said. But if unhealthy behaviors like excessive drinking, drugs, or isolation begin, it’s important to talk to someone. “There is a stigma attached to a mental health illness and a lot of times people will not come forward if they have issues or concerns, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, whatever it is. They don’t feel comfortable coming forward and admitting that they might need extra help,” Hodges said. Everyone experiences and copes with things differently—but finding healthy ways to manage stress is important to your overall health.
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Channel: Lee Health  

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 just understanding what’s going on in my life? How am I approaching it? How am I reacting to it,” just a few questions Lee Health’s director of behavioral health, Jayme Hodges, says can help you become more aware of your mental health. “With understanding the whole picture, it really is increasing your awareness of what healthy living is, and being able to recognize signs of depression and anxiety, isolating behaviors.”

It’s important to recognize how something is affecting your relationships, your daily activities, your work or your family life. Being able to evaluate your behavior can help you determine if you have healthy coping skills.

“The fact is, we all cope. We just don’t cope healthily. To figure out what to do, you first have to be willing to look introspectively, honestly,” said Hodges.

It’s first important to understand that it’s normal to have certain reactions when something unexpected happens. “It’s normal to feel bad. It’s normal to have distressing thoughts, and memories, and reliving experiences,” she said.

But if unhealthy behaviors like excessive drinking, drugs, or isolation begin, it’s important to talk to someone. “There is a stigma attached to a mental health illness and a lot of times people will not come forward if they have issues or concerns, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, whatever it is. They don’t feel comfortable coming forward and admitting that they might need extra help,” Hodges said.

Everyone experiences and copes with things differently—but finding healthy ways to manage stress is important to your overall health.

Video length: 1:41
Category: Education
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Posted: January 13, 2019, 8:30 pm
I've had this issue recently where I have difficulty describing what I do with one label. What am I? And what do other people know? Does everyone understand the difference between a therapist and a psychologist? How about a social worker and a life coach? In this video, I try to break down a few common job titles that you might hear in psychology and the mental health field in order to explain their differences (and similarities, in some cases). All salary information was obtained from glassdoor.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/neurotransmissions Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/neuroyoutube Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neurotransmissions Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neurotransmissions Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/u/neuroyoutube/ Website: http://www.neurotransmissions.science Snapchat: neuroyoutube This episode is supported by our wonderful Patreon Producers: Ryan M. Shaver Carrie McKenzie Corvi Thanks you three! You're like a call from an old friend. And thanks to our other supportive Patrons, including: DJ Brasier Linda L Schubert Susan Jones Ktb Marcel Ward Ilsa Jerome Noah McCann Ayan Doss Jareth Arnold Neuro Transmissions is a channel on a mission to bring neuroscience to everyone. It's not rocket surgery, it's brain science! Subscribe for new brain videos every other Sunday! Got a question for us to answer? Let us know in the comments - we’d love to explore more of your questions! Share, like, and subscribe for more videos to come! Over and out. ***Credits*** Footage from Analyze This was used for nonprofit educational purposes and was intended to benefit the public by teaching scientific concepts through relatable content. Therefore, they fall under fair use. All other content is original and/or owned by Neuro Transmissions. #psychology #mentalhealth #job
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Channel: Neuro Transmissions  

I've had this issue recently where I have difficulty describing what I do with one label. What am I? And what do other people know? Does everyone understand the difference between a therapist and a psychologist? How about a social worker and a life coach? In this video, I try to break down a few common job titles that you might hear in psychology and the mental health field in order to explain their differences (and similarities, in some cases).

All salary information was obtained from glassdoor.com

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/neurotransmissions
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/neuroyoutube
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/neurotransmissions
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neurotransmissions
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/u/neuroyoutube/
Website: http://www.neurotransmissions.science
Snapchat: neuroyoutube

This episode is supported by our wonderful Patreon Producers:
Ryan M. Shaver
Carrie McKenzie
Corvi

Thanks you three! You're like a call from an old friend.

And thanks to our other supportive Patrons, including:
DJ Brasier
Linda L Schubert
Susan Jones
Ktb
Marcel Ward
Ilsa Jerome
Noah McCann
Ayan Doss
Jareth Arnold

Neuro Transmissions is a channel on a mission to bring neuroscience to everyone. It's not rocket surgery, it's brain science! Subscribe for new brain videos every other Sunday!

Got a question for us to answer? Let us know in the comments - we’d love to explore more of your questions! Share, like, and subscribe for more videos to come! Over and out.

***Credits***

Footage from Analyze This was used for nonprofit educational purposes and was intended to benefit the public by teaching scientific concepts through relatable content. Therefore, they fall under fair use.

All other content is original and/or owned by Neuro Transmissions.

#psychology #mentalhealth #job

Video length: 9:30
Category: Education
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Posted: November 11, 2018, 2:00 pm
I asked my therapist friends for their best mental health tips. 75 responded. I'm sharing my favorites and helping you apply them to your life today! Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/AliMattu/status/1030845106356715521 Special thanks to Elizabeth S., Tyler D., Anna H., Arnt J., Collin P., Evan A., Imran M., Sam D., Ryan L., Sophie Y., Ahmed Y, Israel P., Neuro Transmissions, Eric E., Eve P., Lauren K., BrainCraft, Aaron F., Samuel H., and Marisa H. for making this episode possible! Learn how you can help me make The Psych Show and get exclusive behind the scenes access in return at https://www.Patreon.com/ThePsychShow. Topics Discussed: * Mental health awareness * Social support * How to make friends * Behavioral activation for depression * Committing to values, meaning in life * Understanding your emotions * Deep breathing * Mindfulness * Grounding skills * Self care routine * Sleep hygiene and insomnia * Cognitive therapy and acceptance * Dialectical thinking * Assertiveness * Celebrating and sharing your passions * Behavior change Learn more: * What is mental health: https://youtu.be/4SwuF-wWkUs * How to make friends: https://youtu.be/tGgaU2bhm88 * The simple way to treat depression: https://youtu.be/Gljq2FHzTvY * How to change your emotions: https://youtu.be/_PxY-SPGl4w * Learn deep breathing: https://youtu.be/6hYflDNyhJg * A beginner's guide to mindfulness: https://youtu.be/20LRW1u4Y2k * My self-care routine: https://youtu.be/IbDqFfvHdL4 * Facing your fears: https://youtu.be/2z-ZGt_vD5A * How I used to hide my passions: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2017/1/6/exposure-erika-check-hayden-ali-mattu * How to change your behavior: https://youtu.be/6MNHVxybqKA Connect with Ali: Twitter ► http://twitter.com/alimattu Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/thepsychshow Instagram ► http://instagram.com/alimattu Snapchat ► https://www.snapchat.com/add/alimattu Patreon ► https://www.patreon.com/thepsychshow Email ► ali@thepsychshow.com Website ► http://alimattu.com/ THE PSYCH SHOW! Creating mental health videos that educate, entertain, and empower! Produced, written, and edited by clinical psychologist Ali Mattu, Ph.D. All videos are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute clinical advice. If you or someone you know needs help immediately, you should take one of the following actions: - call 9-1-1 in the United States or your country's emergency number: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_emergency_telephone_numbers - call the Lifeline at 1-800-273 TALK (8255) in the United States or a global crisis hotlines: http://www.iasp.info/resources/Crisis_Centres/ - text START to 741-741 in the United States or visit http://chat.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/GetHelp/LifelineChat.aspx - go to your nearest hospital emergency room
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Channel: The Psych Show  

I asked my therapist friends for their best mental health tips. 75 responded. I'm sharing my favorites and helping you apply them to your life today!


Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/AliMattu/status/1030845106356715521


Special thanks to Elizabeth S., Tyler D., Anna H., Arnt J., Collin P., Evan A., Imran M., Sam D., Ryan L., Sophie Y., Ahmed Y, Israel P., Neuro Transmissions, Eric E., Eve P., Lauren K., BrainCraft, Aaron F., Samuel H., and Marisa H. for making this episode possible! Learn how you can help me make The Psych Show and get exclusive behind the scenes access in return at https://www.Patreon.com/ThePsychShow.


Topics Discussed:
* Mental health awareness
* Social support
* How to make friends
* Behavioral activation for depression
* Committing to values, meaning in life
* Understanding your emotions
* Deep breathing
* Mindfulness
* Grounding skills
* Self care routine
* Sleep hygiene and insomnia
* Cognitive therapy and acceptance
* Dialectical thinking
* Assertiveness
* Celebrating and sharing your passions
* Behavior change


Learn more:
* What is mental health: https://youtu.be/4SwuF-wWkUs
* How to make friends: https://youtu.be/tGgaU2bhm88
* The simple way to treat depression: https://youtu.be/Gljq2FHzTvY
* How to change your emotions: https://youtu.be/_PxY-SPGl4w
* Learn deep breathing: https://youtu.be/6hYflDNyhJg
* A beginner's guide to mindfulness: https://youtu.be/20LRW1u4Y2k
* My self-care routine: https://youtu.be/IbDqFfvHdL4
* Facing your fears: https://youtu.be/2z-ZGt_vD5A
* How I used to hide my passions: https://www.storycollider.org/stories/2017/1/6/exposure-erika-check-hayden-ali-mattu
* How to change your behavior: https://youtu.be/6MNHVxybqKA


Connect with Ali:
Twitter ► http://twitter.com/alimattu
Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/thepsychshow
Instagram ► http://instagram.com/alimattu
Snapchat ► https://www.snapchat.com/add/alimattu
Patreon ► https://www.patreon.com/thepsychshow
Email ► ali@thepsychshow.com
Website ► http://alimattu.com/


THE PSYCH SHOW! Creating mental health videos that educate, entertain, and empower! Produced, written, and edited by clinical psychologist Ali Mattu, Ph.D. All videos are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute clinical advice.


If you or someone you know needs help immediately, you should take one of the following actions:
- call 9-1-1 in the United States or your country's emergency number: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_emergency_telephone_numbers
- call the Lifeline at 1-800-273 TALK (8255) in the United States or a global crisis hotlines: http://www.iasp.info/resources/Crisis_Centres/
- text START to 741-741 in the United States or visit http://chat.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/GetHelp/LifelineChat.aspx
- go to your nearest hospital emergency room

Video length: 13:39
Category: Education
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Posted: October 30, 2018, 12:13 pm
Programs for adults or adolescents who need more support from our behavioral health caregivers.
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Channel: Ascension Via Christi  

Programs for adults or adolescents who need more support from our behavioral health caregivers.

Video length: 3:10
Category: Science & Technology
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Posted: August 21, 2018, 9:57 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
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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Channel: NICHDVideos  

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

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