Dr. Erik Won joins Kristin to talk about Personalized Braincare™ and its impact on our mental health!Dr. Erik Won is President and Chief Medical Officer of Wave Neuroscience, Inc; a biotechnology company that has innovated breakthrough technologies called Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy (MeRT) and Synchronized Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (sTMS). These precision technologies utilize computational neuroanalytics and brain imaging to customize treatment protocols with the aim of restoring optimal neurological function. Erik joined Wave Neuroscience after serving as the Chief Physician and Chief Technology Officer (Health Services) for the Boeing Company. He also served as a US Navy Flight Surgeon for Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 268, and received the distinction of serving as the ACE (Aviation Combat Element) Flight Surgeon for the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force. Dr. Won has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals, textbooks, and presented in numerous academic conferences. He completed his residency at the Harvard OEM combined residency program and was appointed Chief Resident. He received a Masters in Public Health (MPH) from the Harvard School of Public Health and Masters in Business Administrations (MBA) from the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business.www.waveneuro.com
It's no secret that we are facing a mental health crisis among our pediatric patients. Kids and teenagers have higher rates of depression and anxiety than ever before, and suicide has now become the second leading cause of death for adolescents. More and more of our patients and families are seeking mental health care support and services, and we have an unfortunate shortage of pediatric and adolescent mental health specialists to fill the need. This has resulted in kids showing up in clinics and emergency departments in crisis, and sometimes spending days to week sitting in a hospital awaiting specialized inpatient mental health care. There appears to be no easy fix for this issue, but here to talk to us today about the landscape of pediatric and adolescent mental health care and some steps that Children's Minnesota is taking to help with gaps in care is Jamie Winter RN, MBA, director of mental health services.
House Bill 4074 allocated $6 million to address the mental health of Oregon cannabis farm workers who faced poor working conditions at illegal farms. Racies de Bienestar, an Oregon-based nonprofit that focuses on the Latine community, will be receiving a part of that funding. Starting sometime this fall, the group will launch their program and provide more care to this community. Ruth Zúñiga is the executive director and co-founder of Raices de Bienestar. She joins us to share the barriers and stigmas this community faces when trying to access mental health care, and how she and her group are working to address them.
Ken Duckworth, chief medical officer of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, has a new book, "You Are Not Alone," containing stories of patients trying to access care and advice for those trying to navigate the system.
In our final episode with Dr. Roukaya Benjelloun, she highlights various psychiatric subspecialties and considers the future direction of psychiatry in the country. Dr. Benjelloun is Department Chair of Mental Health at Mohammed VI University of Health Sciences, Psychiatry Residency Program Director, and Associate Professor of Psychiatry in Casablanca, Morocco. Hosts: Toshia, Alan Guests: Roukaya Benjelloun, MD, Yasmine Dakhama, MS4 References: 1. Benjelloun R, Otheman Y, El Kettani C. Consultation liaison psychiatry for COVID-19 inpatients: A novel care delivery program in Morocco. Curr Psychol. 2022;41(8):5731-5733. doi: 10.1007/s12144-020-01200-6. Epub 2020 Nov 16. PMID: 33223784; PMCID: PMC7669262. 2. Barrimi M, Serraj K, Rammouz I, Alouane R, Messaoudi N, Bellaoui M. Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Suicide Attempts Among Patients With Severe Psychiatric Disorders in Eastern Morocco. Crisis. 2021 Oct 22. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000825. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34674543. 3. Mekki-Berrada A. 'Ayn mika: Traumatic experience, social invisibility, and emotional distress of sub-Saharan women with precarious status in Morocco. Transcult Psychiatry. 2019 Dec;56(6):1170-1190. doi: 10.1177/1363461518757798. Epub 2018 Mar 8. PMID: 29516775. 4. Zandi T, Havenaar JM, Limburg-Okken AG, van Es H, Sidali S, Kadri N, van den Brink W, Kahn RS. The need for culture sensitive diagnostic procedures: a study among psychotic patients in Morocco. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 2008 Mar;43(3):244-50. doi: 10.1007/s00127-007-0290-0. Epub 2007 Nov 30. PMID: 18060339. 5. Zarrouq B, Abbas N, Hilaly JE, Asri AE, Abbouyi S, Omari M, Malki H, Bouazza S, Moutawakkil SG, Halim K, Ragala ME. An investigation of the association between religious coping, fatigue, anxiety and depressive symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in Morocco: a web-based cross-sectional survey. BMC Psychiatry. 2021 May 22;21(1):264. doi: 10.1186/s12888-021-03271-6. PMID: 34022849; PMCID: PMC8140317.
Podcast 98 explores issues of the heart. 1.What is stopping your heart from falling in love? 2.Visible and Invisible wounds 3.How to heal and recover 4.Why you protect your heart 5.Open and closed hearts And much more! For a 25% discount on my Ebook 'Walking out of Widowhood go to https://payhip.com/b/1N6j USE CODE 5WBSKX8QD8 For our monthly support Group find the link below https://www.eventbrite.com/e/widows-40-plus-holistic-support-group-tickets-335728532077 For a free 30min chart click here businessandmarriagecoaching.co.uk
Shivonne Odom, LCPC, LPC, NCC, PMH-C speaks about the crisis with maternal mental health and how counselors can advocate for needed changes in both maternal mental healthcare and maternal healthcare.
Our World Mental Health Day episode is a conversation with Philip Butler, Ph.D., about the future of mental health care: one that puts healing in each person's own hands. We talk about the barriers to accessing healing and mental health care, especially for Black people. Dr. Butler's solution is to put the Internal Family Systems therapy methodology in everyone's hands through his Seekr Bot app so that we can access healing anytime anywhere. "The Seekr Project is part of a larger plan to bring culturally relevant artificial intelligence to smart devices. " Since Black people in the United States have historically been oppressed economically, Dr. Butler went out to create a way for folks to access care no matter their budget. Tune in to hear how artificial intelligence therapy can help us all heal on a massive scale, eliminating gatekeepers, stigma, and labels. Dr. Philip Butler is an interdisciplinary scholar in neuroscience, technology, spirituality, and Blackness. He writes on artificial intelligence, disruptive ethical models, and constructive speculative Black futurisms.His first book, Black Transhuman Liberation theology explores the potential for Black people to integrate technology and spirituality for liberation. He is the editor of the forthcoming volume Critical Black Futures which takes a critical and speculative approach to wildly imagined and critically examined future worlds yet to exist.His interdisciplinary work, deep love for Black communities, and desire to construct digital consciousnesses associated with racial and cultural identities are directed towards making difference normative in emergent technologies and future realities.Seekr Bot Instagram Learn more about The Seekr Project and Seekr Bot App here.Latchkey Urchins & Friends websiteAudio mastering by Josh Collins.Music by Próxima Parada.
A program designed specifically with adolescents needs and culture in mind and trying to educate about mental health broadly, including how to create a mental health positive educational environment, training on potentially how to triage or support students who are in difficulty and distress, and increasing knowledge of our campus specific resources. @drschwank @unesurcent Training program for faculty and staff: A three-hour virtual asynchronous series of modules and then an optional two hour workshop to apply the learning. A one hour e-module for upper school teaching assistant and coaches version. Two hour practical workshop. Preliminary research on the training program has shown: at least pre post improvements and knowledge, reductions in negative attitudes, reductions in stigma, and most notably, increases in confidence in people's knowledge, their ability to respond and support a student in need. What can teachers and educators do? Non-judgemental listening. Be there and dare to ask how students are doing. Discuss mental health in school, destigmatising it. Create a positive educational environment. Triage students that need support. Collaborate with psychologists and other experts. Adress mental health issues before it's too late. Students with mental health issues just want the be seen.
Can depressed doctors get emotional help without license repercussions? Is it even possible for physicians to get confidential mental health care? Read full article: https://www.idealmedicalcare.org/depressed-doctor-how-to-get-confidential-mental-health-help-for-physicians/
Matthew Dickson helps people with mental illness in developing countries, so they can access basic mental health care.Mind Aid steers people towards 7 nonprofits using basic mental health care models, which are low-cost, proven effective, and scalable.Highlights of Matthew's inspirational story include bicycling across Canada and successfully recovering from schizophrenia.Today Matthew and I will discuss mental healthcare in developing countries and basic models for mental health. https://www.mindaid.ca/ WATCH -
Long wait times, the big difference in cost between private and public services and a lack of trained professionals are some critical issues facing us as we tackle mental health issues. Otelli Edwards speaks to Dr Soo Shuenn Chiang, head of psychiatry at Alexandra Hospital and senior consultant at NUH , Asher Low, executive director at Limitless, a non-profit organisation that works with young people and Chow Yen Lu, founder of Over the Rainbow and a parent who lost his only child to suicide. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Child and Youth Advocate Kelly Lamrock on what's changed and what still needs to after the death of Lexi Daken.
We will weep if by 2032 we haven't solved the neglect, stigma and lack of attention surrounding mental health and wellness, Dr. Klasko argues. He talks with Holly Maloney, an investor with General Catalyst, and Mark Frank, the CEO and co-founder of SonderMind, about entrepreneurial initiatives to address the inequities that plague healthcare today. They plan a different future to help people thrive, and swap songs on Episode #3.This episode is sponsored by General Catalyst.
The Therapy Twins, Joan Landino & Jane Buckley, two former mental healthcare providers who just happen to be identical twin sisters, join the podcast this week to talk about their mission to break the stigma of mental illness, how mental healthcare has evolved for victims of trauma, and what we can do to help people to love more and fear less. Listen & subscribe to We've Got a Problem wherever you get your podcasts-- https://link.chtbl.com/problempodcast eBook: UNDER THE HOOD by Joan and Jane - https://www.amazon.com/Under-Hood-Therapy-Hotwired-Calmed-ebook/dp/B0B7KFP5B4/ Learn more about Joan and Jane: https://therapytwins.com https://www.instagram.com/therapytwins/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/therapytwins-joan-and-jane-7842a241/ https://www.facebook.com/therapytwins/ https://twitter.com/therapytwins I'm hungry for feedback! Let me know what you'd like to hear more about by connecting with me on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bodsillian/, by leaving a review on iTunes, or by leaving a comment on YouTube!
In this episode, Neil and Will sit down with a Doctor and some Future Doctors to discuss Mental Health Care training and focusing on access in Appalachia. Dr. Lisa Curtin director of the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Appalachian State, a program dedicated to increase mental health care access in rural areas of Appalachia. With a full house, the guys talk with Dr. Curtin and the 2020 Third Year Cohort of students: Kelly Davis; Kim Holt; Esther Killius; Shayla Moniz; Shraddha Selani; and Maggie Witherspoon-Johnson. These Appalachian change makers specifically sought out this program to make a difference in rural and underserved communities. Take a listen as they discuss the stigma of mental health and the importance of increasing access to services in rural areas. You might even hear Will throw out a Megan Thee Stallion reference -for the kids...but also totally get Megan Thee Stallion mixed up with Cardi B -- twwwrrrppp! Also, don't forget the #AppBiz of the Week: Father Bernard's Blessed Biscuits! Appalachian State Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology: www.clinicalpsychpsyd.appstate.edu/ 2020 Doctoral Student Bio's: www.clinicalpsychpsyd.appstate.edu/students Father Bernard's Blessed Biscuits: www.fatherbernards.com Appalachian Big Idea's Festival: www.appalachianky.org/bigideas Appalachian Social Enterprise Summit: www.coalfield-development.org/appalachian-social-enterprise-summit/ ARC Chart Book: www.arc.gov/the-chartbook
In the first hour of "Connections with Evan Dawson" on Thursday, September 29, 2022, we talk with mental health practitioners who discuss what anti-racist, culturally competent mental health care looks like, and why it's important.
On episode 29 of the She is Kindred podcast, Britt and Dr. Bianca Goodrum travel into the heart of mental health and wellness. Together, they discuss the vital importance of counseling and therapy, and the commitment and hard work required to free us from grief and heal us from trauma. It begins with forgiveness and establishing boundaries, and ends with us realizing every small step has led us to real, lasting change.Bianca D. Goodrum, Ph.D., LPC-S is an Assistant Professor in the Counseling Department at Our Lady of the Lake University. Bianca and her father Kenneth E. Goodrum, LPC-S work together in their family counseling private practice Conceivable Resolutions, PLLC. She works with clients through a variety of concerns, including grief and bereavement, depression, trauma, anxiety, and familial concerns.Connect with Bianca on Instagram @goodrumbiancaIn this episode, Britt talks with Dr. Bianca Goodrum about: Holding space for grief, and learning to move forward through it.Historically and culturally, seeking mental health has not been encouraged or openly recommended. Now, we see a shift beginning that encourages us to consider mental health a pillar of wellness. Resources including therapists for BIPOC seeking support in healing from trauma. (Link to resources below)Forgiveness looks different from person to person, and forgiveness may mean establishing a boundary so that the relationship can still exist in a way that is healthy for you. Therapy requires commitment and hard work, and the goal is to take steps (small or big) so that you wake up each day feeling a little better and a little different.Resources mentioned in this episode: Psychology TodayLatinx TherapyMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black GirlsQuotable“Grief is about integrating, how do I take this along with me? It doesn't go away, you don't get over it. You just learn to move forward in it.” -Dr. Bianca Goodrum“Instead of compartmentalizing your grief and trauma, putting in these boxes and shipping it out to sea and losing that piece of you, now we are beginning to see ourselves more holistically. When we do that, it opens the door for us to acknowledge and believe that our mental health affects every other part of our being.” -Britt Smith“If you are a learner of life, and as long as you are on this earth, there will always be healing and restoration that is going to happen. ” -Dr. Bianca Goodrum“Small steps are still steps.” -Britt Nikel SmithConnect with She is KindredJoin the Fall Book Club! We're reading through “Share Your Stuff, I'll Go First,” by Laura Tremaine! Hosted by Alex Cox, each week will feature a guided reading schedule and discussion questions, culminating in a live zoom call with author Laura Tremaine herself! The book club will run until November 1st, 2022 and is totally free to join!If you've resonated with the She is Kindred podcast, would you take a moment to rate and review us on Spotify, or iTunes? Thanks so much, sisters! We're so grateful you're in this with us!Keep cultivating common ground and common grace!Support the show
In this episode, I was joined by the amazing light that is - Hakim Pitts (they/them). And we have an illuminating and beautiful conversation about their work and origins as a provider of spirit care.More about Hakim: Hakim is a multi-award-winning, Black genderqueer creative and scholar crafting at the nexus of visual culture, community health, social justice, & spiritual activism. Utilizing this interdisciplinary practice, their mission is twofold: to resource people, communities, and organizations with theoretical and pragmatic tools to create, sustain, and manifest their best; and to use fine arts and media to (re)craft works that carefully explore notions of power, identity, ritual, embodiment, and formations of Black religious social and political life.You can find Hakim:Instagram (@keemhasthedreem)Twitter (@KeemHastheDream)Email them: Hakim@DreamWithHakim.comSupport the show
There is a significant mental health care epidemic going on that has only been worsened in the past few years with the COVID pandemic. Rates of anxiety and depression are sky high, not just for adults, but for adolescents and teens as well. Our current approach to mental health care places the burden of care upon Psychiatrists and therapists and the truth is there just aren't enough people to meet the incredible demand out there. When Psychiatrists or other mental health care professionals are seeing patients, there are often not able to do so in a holistic and collaborative way - an approach that will ultimately benefit the patient more. This type of a model with better access to care is so necessary and the topic of my discussion today with Dr. Hani Talebi. We discuss: His story and journey into the world of mental health. The growing epidemic of mental health problems and what factors may be contributing to it. What our current models in Psychiatry and Psychology get right when treating depression/anxiety and where they fall short. How a more holistic model of care that incorporates physical medicine with mental health can improve our treatment of it. Social media - a force for good or increasing our mental health problems? Thoughts on the huge amounts of money being poured into mental health funding and what impact it's having. Guest Bio: Dr. Hani Talebi is a licensed psychologist and specialist in school psychology with focused experience in pediatric psychology. Dr.Talebi is an affiliate faculty member in the UT Austin Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and a courtesy affiliate faculty member in the UT Austin Department of Pediatrics and the UT Austin Department of Educational Psychology. In his role as Senior Vice President of Health Systems Integration, Dr. Talebi's work focuses on advancing collaborative care and measurement-based care in primary care and health system settings. With more than 20 years of clinical experience, he has served in a variety of roles including Director of Pediatric Psychology at Dell Children's Medical Center, Director of Psychological Services at Del Valle Independent School District, Director of Clinical Programming in various community mental health centers, and as a clinical/consultative leader in the private sector. Dr.Talebi's administrative efforts at the juncture of the medical and mental health models have resulted in innovative program development, various quality improvement initiatives and fiscally sustainable service provision platforms across milieus. Connect with Dr. Talebi Website: https://mmhpi.org/ Connect with Dr. Akhter Website: www.madinamedicine.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: www.instagram.com/dromarakhter LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drom
Dr. Mimi Winsberg is co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of Brightside Health, a telehealth startup focused on delivering life-changing mental health care. A Stanford-trained psychiatrist with over 25 years of clinical experience, she was previously the on-site psychiatrist at the Facebook Wellness Center. Dr. Winsberg appears regularly on Good Morning America, and her work has been featured in HealthDay, Business Insider, Fast Company, and Bloomberg BusinessWeek. She has a B.A. in Neuroscience from Harvard College. She is also the author of the insightful book, Speaking in Thumbs. We cover topics like her journey co-founding Brightside Health, the future of tele-psychiatry and the role data science can play, and general advice for aspiring physician-entrepreneurs. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theia-hc/support
Spiritually Inspired show with Lucas Wozniak, co-founder of Neurohue.Lucas graduated this May from NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program with a thesis focused on Augmented Reality [AR] x Mental Health [MH], which tells the story of evolution from neurohue to ubeau, or "the speculative design of a comprehensive mental health care planning, coordination, and management dashboard in cross-platform mixed reality / 3d."This year he also co-founded a research nonprofit called Neurohue with Ayanna Seals. Their first major contract is with CUNY's Center for Innovation in Mental Health.Lucas and his colleagues also prototyped two AR versions at the Human Performance Hackathon back in June where they were awarded "Most Forward-Thinking Idea." Resources:email@example.comSubscribe for more videos! youtube.com/channel/UC6RlLkzUK_LdyRSV7DE6obQ
Thanks to many brave humans that entertain us on the world's biggest stages, conversations about mental health have worked their way into the forefront of culture; however, the mental health crisis rages on. In this episode, Michelle Wagner and James Petrossi discuss the evolution of mental health care, the courage it takes to reach out for help, and why to find support before it's too late. Michelle the CEO of Mindstrong, combines her passion for human potential with a deep knowledge of technology and its impact. She's dedicated to moving organizations forward with a laser focus on integrity, loyalty, and empathy. As a seasoned operator, Michelle is focused on the integration of novel technologies with mental health care delivery. Website: https://mindstrong.com/
Meet Alison Darcy, Ph.D.:Meet Alison Darcy, Ph.D. is the President and Founder of Woebot Health. Previously, she was an Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Darcy was a Senior Investigator for DSM5 Field Trials in association with the American Psychiatry Association and Stanford University. She also previously co-founded UPR-Online. Dr. Darcy received a bachelor's and Ph.D. in Psychology from University College Dublin. Key Insights:Woebot is a digital mental health robot that patients can chat to whenever they need. Scalable Mental Healthcare. Dr. Darcy saw that there is a far greater need for mental healthcare than there are resources. This issue was further exacerbated by COVID-19. Fundamentally, mental health infrastructure isn't scalable, which led her to found Woebot. Mental Health Ally. Woebot doesn't replace therapy, rather its complimentary. It helps encourage self-directed mental health care and enables patients to better engage in the practices they learn during therapy sessions.Economic Headwinds. Dr. Darcy thinks health startups need to be particularly strategic about demonstrating the cost savings they can provide. This is especially challenging for preventative healthcare initiatives, which may not immediately reveal a return on investment.This episode is hosted by Tarun Kapoor, M.D. He is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is the Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Transformation Officer at Virtua Health. Relevant Links:Learn more about WoebotMeet Woebot
Identify trends in pediatric mental health and the scope of the current crisis.Review the challenges in identifying and managing pediatric patients with mental health care needs.Describe AAP Guidelines for Pediatric Mental Health Screening and best practices.Provide strategies to manage the tension between documentation imperatives - privacy and the CURES Act.
Topics 0:00 Aub's Famous Intro 2:40 Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; 21 April 1926 – 8 September 2022) 3:00 David A. Arnold (March 15, 1968 – September 7, 2022) was an American stand-up comedian, sitcom writer, producer, and actor. 7:00 Jamaica 12 Days of Mourning https://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/letters/20220914/12-days-mourning-seem-justifiable 9:00 Queen Sophia Charlotte & Rachel Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex https://www.wfae.org/show/charlotte-talks-with-mike-collins/2018-04-03/charlotte-talks-the-queen-city-was-named-after-englands-queen-sophia-charlotte-who-was-she 17:00 Pulling the Kaepernick - civil rights activist & football quarterback is missing from the frontlines since getting an NFL check 21:00 Viola Davis pulls a Joe Biden on reviewing The Woman King 20:23 Memphis shooting spree, live on Facebook killing people at Auto Zone. Katrina Hurricane, Cops, First 48, Cocaine & The God Complex, GTA5, Young Dolph, MLK, Mental Healthcare, suspect taken alive and the MurderMemph. https://www.newsweek.com/ezekiel-kelly-memphis-mass-shooting-facebook-live-stream-arrested-police-tennessee-1740913 42:09 Killian M. Ryan US soldier kicked out of US Army Fort Bragg after FBI says, he enlisted to become more efficient at killing blacks, DUI, Nazi White supremeist ties and Secret Clearances SF86, Racism in the Military https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/07/politics/army-soldier-kicked-out-fbi-killian-m-ryan?cid=external-feeds_iluminar_msn 53:01 Dr OZ cool with incest, as long it's not with first cousin, science, the soft white underbelly, genetic attraction, knowing your family, cousin pussy, endogamy, ban on abortion, BTS, changes in norms of society, https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/dr-oz-senate-interview-incest-b2161336.html 1:10:18 "WHITE PRIVILEGE" cards given out at a high school. Roots: The Saga of an American Family Alex Haley, Black Card, Masons, Jane Elliot Blue Eyes, Bill Clinton, Always Bet On Black Card Brick James Bitch, https://www.theroot.com/white-privilege-cards-lead-high-school-students-to-st-1849507992?utm_source=msnlink 1:29:20 AITA for telling my brother and SIL it's good they can't have children? u/Kourambethie, unsuccessful round of IVF, cerebral palsy wheelchair dating, Stephen Hawking Teeth, brother beatdown, https://www.reddit.com/r/AmItheAsshole/comments/vtewoe/aita_for_telling_my_brother_and_sil_its_good_they/ 1:39:50 Aub has a Suge Knight Moment, nobody hates like family. 1:45:00 Shits & giggles, what people would do to live in NYC Tiktok reaction to New York Rent Crisis @notfromdenmark https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/lifestyle-buzz/i-wouldn-t-be-able-to-stand-the-smell-tiktoker-shares-the-worst-thing-she-puts-up-with-at-her-new-york-city-apartment-because-of-cheap-rent/ar-AA11zoJI?cvid=c303942dbc97451eaeee3fce1b168795 https://www.tiktok.com/@notfromdenmark/video/7140403202062585130?is_from_webapp=v1&item_id=7140403202062585130&refer=embed&referer_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.msn.com%2F&referer_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.msn.com%2Fen-us%2Flifestyle%2Flifestyle-buzz%2Fi-wouldn-t-be-able-to-stand-the-smell-tiktoker-shares-the-worst-thing-she-puts-up-with-at-her-new-york-city-apartment-because-of-cheap-rent%2Far-AA11zoJI%3Fcvid%3Dceaa8d6911b74ef4b3fdeafa622a4f93&referer_video_id=7140403202062585130
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in Nebraska. Addressing this issue – especially in rural parts of the state – can be difficult. Nebraska Public Media's Will Bauer reports about the challenges to prevent suicide in rural areas and what officials plan to do about it. We should note: Some people may find this four minute story disturbing.
Watch Along On YouTubeThis week on Therapy Talks, we'll be exploring the world of therapy through the eyes of a therapist. Our guest today is Eli Weinstein, who joins us to discuss his experience in a psychiatric hospital, the challenges therapists face when taking on clients, and why it can be so hard to find balance as a therapist.In This Episode:Eli's favorite therapy modalities to implement with clientsParenting: having compassion for yourselfLife's biggest lessonFinding balance as a therapistEli Weinstein is a Licensed Clinical Social Work Therapist (LCSW) based in New York and Nevada. He has worked in multiple settings including a psychiatric hospital and outpatient clinic, and currently works in private practice.As an LCSW, Eli has honed his skills in CBT, mindfulness, positive psychology, and other therapy techniques. He believes that a modern and approachable outlook on mental health is the pathway to self-awareness and inner peace for many who are struggling in both big and small ways in their everyday life.Eli's passion and life goal is to help each and every one of his clients feel happy, confident, fulfilled, and powerful. He welcomes the opportunity to help you get there.Find Out More About Eli:Website: https://www.eliweinsteinlcsw.com/Instagram: @thedudetherapistLearn More About Switch Research:Website: https://switchresearch.org/Instagram: @switchresearchDisclaimer: Therapy Talks does NOT provide medical services or professional counseling, and it is NOT a substitute for professional medical care.
Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interviews Michael Barnett from Harvard University's T.H. Chan School of Public Health to discuss Michael and coauthors recent research on assessing trends in the supply of mental health care practitioners, including psychiatrists and nurse practitioners serving Medicare enrollees.Order the September 2022 issue of Health Affairs for research on nurses, care delivery, pharmaceuticals, and more.Currently, more than 70 percent of our content is freely available - and we'd like to keep it that way. With your support, we can continue to keep our digital publication Forefront and podcasts free for everyone.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts
Solving Mental Healthcare Access And Championing Insurance Reform With Dr. Carrie SingerDr. Carrie Singer is a Clinical Psychologist and she owns a 40-provider group mental health practice in the Washington DC suburbs which grew to $7M annual revenue in 5 years. Her business passions include solving mental healthcare access problems, championing insurance reform, and educating physicians on behavioral health integration.The pandemic brought an unprecedented mental health crisis in the country. According to the CDC, 40% of Americans have struggled with related adversities due to the consequences of the pandemic – threatening not only our physiological health but also the economy and society in general. While physicians and medical professionals have been at the forefront in addressing this ongoing global tragedy, issues on mental health have reached an alarming rate, urging the demand for therapists and treatment. The problem, however, is that access to insurance policies remains elusive and expensive to many people. Dr. Carrie Singer, a clinical psychologist who owns a 40-provider group mental health practice in Washington DC, relays her advocacy in championing insurance reforms, integrating mental health as a priority among medical professionals, and making treatment accessible to anyone who needs it. [Timecodes][00:54] Introducing Dr. Carrie Singer[02:25] What got Dr. Singer interested in solving mental health access and insurance reforms?[07:16] How do we encourage physicians to prescribe mental health solutions for patients?[09:40] There are physicians interested in learning and integrating behavioral health. [10:55] What are the gaps in insurance policies and providers?[16:44] What is the appropriate solution to address the access barriers?[18:30] What are the downsides of tech companies innovating so fast?[19:36] Social media can provide a platform for mental health awareness. [20:45] How did Dr. Singer overcome her mental health challenges? [22:28] Community programs and support networks can help a lot. [23:10] Patients have the right to access adequate mental health benefits. [24:16] Where can people go to champion mental health access?[25:55] What are some effective self-care tips? Additional ResourcesConnect with Dr. Carrie Singer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-carrie-singer-a4461617 Check out Dr. Singer's therapy group: https://quinceorchardpsychotherapy.com/ Rate the show: If you enjoyed this episode, please consider providing an honest rating of the show here www.mentalhealthtodayshow.com/reviews/new . Your review will really help the show reach more people - thank you! Learn more about John Cordray at www.johncordray.com Disclaimer: The Mental Health Today Show is for educational purposes only and should not be interpreted as therapy. If you are seeking therapy, please contact a licensed therapist for help.Support the show
"There is a company called NightWare, that developed a feature for PTSD that uses components from Apple Watch. One of the primary symptoms in PTSD is intense nightmares which are very distressing, they disrupt their sleep and really drive a lot of symptomatology. This company created an app that detects when people with PTSD are having nightmares. It uses the existing sleep function [on the watch] to detect when they are having disruptive sleep. Then it uses the vibrating haptic to wake the patient up. So it is simply just disrupting their sleep, waking them up from a nightmare, and by doing so they have been able to show that they can decrease overall PTSD symptoms." Episode Description: We begin with differentiating the application of technology in mental health evaluation and treatment. Isaac shares with us his research in measuring facial expressions as indicators of mood states with clinical implications for outcome prediction. He also discusses "natural language processing" and how this is in the early stages of applicability for mental health interventions such as suicide prevention. We consider the utility of wrist wearables and virtual reality as means to augment the clinician's tools to be attuned to patients' affects and experiences. We close with some thoughts on the future therapist's virtual office with Isaac sharing with us his professional journey in this world of mental health technology [Dr. Galatzer-Levy has no financial association with NightWare]. Our Guest: Isaac Galatzer-Levy, Ph.D. His work focuses on building mental health technology. He holds academic appointments at NYU School of Medicine in Psychiatry. Until recently, he led mental health technology development at Meta Reality Labs and now works at Google. Isaac's career has focused on the development of biological and digital markers and accompanying digital interventions to remediate psychiatric illness, reduce risk, and promote resilience including the use of multi-omics data sources, computer vision, and voice analysis. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles and is an inventor on multiple patents and continues to conduct research in industry, in collaboration with government entities (NIH, DOD, NATO, VA), and academics around the world, and contributes to large-scale open source/open science initiatives.
IN THE NEWS We have an update on the case of a Navy nuclear engineer and his wife who attempted to smuggle secrets about nuclear-powered warships in half-eaten PBJ sandwiches. THIS WEEK'S GUEST Jeff and Ashley are joined by Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, President Emeritus, and Director of the Rudd Institute for Veteran and Military Suicide Prevention at the University of Memphis, Dr. M. David Rudd. Dr. Rudd is also a spokesman for The American Legion "Be the One" initiative, and he talks about his own career helping veterans struggling with mental health issues and why veterans groups like The American Legion are an important part of helping them overcome psycological and emotional challenges. RAPID FIRE A story of Heroism and other Post Awards Jeff and Ashley remember their favorite episodes from last year's award-winning 9/11 series Special Guest: Dr. M. David Rudd .
The consequences of the nation's mental health crisis are plain to see: without adequate treatment and without safe places to find support more and more people suffering from mental illness are ending up on the street or in jail. But despite everything that is going wrong, our guest on this edition of KCBS In Depth says that this is actually a moment to be hopeful. Guest: Dr. Thomas Insel, former head of the National Institute of Mental Health | author, “Healing: Our Path From Mental Illness to Mental Health” Host: Keith Menconi
Dr. Lawrence Jackson, Ph.D. LMFT or "The Black Male Therapist," is a licensed psychotherapist and sports performance coach in the NBA and NFL. He is also a speaker, author, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the states of Nevada & Florida. His mission related to mental health wellness is to share a piece of the PIE (Promoting mental health awareness, Inspiring youth, and Empowering others). Additionally, Dr. Jackson utilizes his social media platforms to normalize mental health through the use of psychoeducation and apparel.In this episode, Dr. Jackson shares his experience of working as a psychotherapist in the NBA and NFL, decolonizing BIPOC mental health, setting boundaries and starting conversations on therapy, and more.FOLLOW DR. JACKSON:INSTAGRAM: @theblackmaletherapistWEBSITE: www.theblackmaletherapist.comSTAY CONNECTED:INSTA: @trustandthriveTIKOK:@trustandthriveTWITTER: @trustandthriveFACEBOOK: bit.ly/FBtaramontWEBSITE: www.tara-mont.com EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaylor recently had the honor of going live on the Voices for Change radio show with the show's hosts, Jierra Clark and Miriam Putnam! This was a live broadcast on Prime Time FM radio that airs throughout Florida and New York. Voices for Change is a radio show with a focus on Freedom Fighters with a strong focus on Mental Health Care reform. It was a truly inspiring and educational discussion and Kaylor had an amazing discussion with these two amazing ladies. All the important links you need to connect with Jierra and Miriam are listed below! A huge thank you to Jierra for this invitation and for allowing us to share it here on our podcast to reach even more amazing listeners! Jierra is an artist (singer, writer, actress) and she left the mainstream industry and came out as a conservative artist exactly 6 months ago and has experienced a Skyrocket ride! She has collabs on 2 freedom fighting albums that went to #1 and #2 on the charts, performances for Candice Owens, Larry Elder, Officer Tatum, and more with Blexit, a Medical Freedom tour with Dr Peter McCullough, Dr Korey, Dr Cole, Dr Madej, Dr Northrup and more, then her own Prime Time FM radio show throughout Florida and NY highlighting freedom fighters, and now she has sung for the enormous Turning Point USA Student Action Summit to open the Presidential Section of the evening. She shared that there will never be enough words to describe the honor she felt in doing that performance. Check out Jierra's website where you can listen to her music! "Fringe Minority" was inspired by Trudeau's comments during the truck rallies and then she wrote it for all Freedom Fighters around the world! https://www.jierra.com To keep this episode in a shorter format, as we typically do for Thursday episodes, this is just a piece of the whole show. Listen/watch to this broadcast in its entirety, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HaxLqIJJdU SHARE THE WEALTH! If you enjoyed the episode, please be sure to take a screenshot and share it out on Instagram and tag @thekaylorbetts. Also, please make sure to give us a review and a five star rating if you're loving what we are doing! #sharethewealth _____________________________________________ RESOURCES & LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Jierra's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jierra/ Miriam's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mimifreedomadvocate/ Link up on Facebook! @jierraclark @jierramusic / @Miriam putnam- mental health advocate and consultant Youtube: www.youtube.com/jierra Rumble, Truth, Gab: @jierra Websites: Jierra.com / Miriamputnam.org ____________________________________________ IMPORTANT UPDATES: Apply to work 1:1 with Kaylor | https://buildmentalwealth.co/ _____________________________________________ STAY CONNECTED ON SOCIAL: Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/thekaylorbetts/ Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/mentalwealthcoach LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaylorbetts/ Website | https://www.mentalwealthpodcast.co/ _____________________________________________ SUBSCRIBE TO THE MENTAL WEALTH PODCAST: Apple | APPLE PODCASTS Spotify | SPOTIFY Amazon/Audible | AMAZON MUSIC Google Play | GOOGLE PLAY _____________________________________________ SUBSCRIBE TO THE MENTAL WEALTH MAILING LIST: Subscribe to The Mental Wealth Mailing List | http://mentalwealthbonus.co/ _____________________________________________
Jacob sits down with Lucia Huang, co-founder and CEO of Osmind, to discuss new psychedelic and neuromodulation mental health treatments, how Osmind is furthering research around them, and what's next for the space.
What are some of the most common concerns parents have when a child needs inpatient psychiatric care? Inspired by the Disney movie ‘Inside Out,' Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Rachel Talbot, M.D., wanted to find out. On this episode of Raising Joy, Dr. Talbot explains how her research identified nine of the most common stigmas parents have about mental health care, including medication, confidentiality, treatment of the problem and social impacts for the child and family.
Judith Warner speaks with Dr. Thomas Insel, a psychiatrist and neuroscientist, about the failures in mental healthcare and how technology could be an important tool in addressing them. DR. THOMAS INSEL was the head of the National Institute of Mental Health from 2002 to 2015, during which time he grew concerned about the lack of improvement in mental health outcomes despite great leaps forward in technology and brain science. He left for Silicon Valley, where, most recently, he founded Vanna Health, a company looking for community-based solutions for people with serious mental illness. In February, 2022 he published Healing: Our Path from Mental Illness to Mental Health. A transcript of their conversation can be found at Aventine.org/podcast. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Justice Department released the affidavit that led to the FBI search on former President Donald Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago. Although the document was heavily redacted, it does indicate that Trump had highly classified information about sensitive intelligence gathering, and that the FBI had reason to believe he was trying to obstruct the investigation into those records.Over 2,000 Kaiser Permanente mental health workers in Northern California remain on strike. Today marks their 15th day since taking to the picket lines to protest huge caseloads and long wait times for their patients. Alexis Petrakis, a Kaiser therapist who's on strike in the San Francisco Bay Area, tells us what changes she and her colleagues want to see from the health care giant.And in headlines: flash floods and landslides in Pakistan have killed over 1,000 people since mid-June, deadly fighting broke out in Libya between two rival militias, and NASA plans to launch its most powerful rocket yet to the moon.Show Notes:National Union of Healthcare Workers: Kaiser Strike – https://nuhw.org/kaiser-dont-deny/kaiser-strike/2022 Pakistan Floods Fundraisers (compiled by Ayisha Siddiqa): https://t.co/yCF1NcXah2Vote Save America: Fuck Bans Action Plan – https://votesaveamerica.com/roe/Crooked Coffee is officially here. Our first blend, What A Morning, is available in medium and dark roasts. Wake up with your own bag at crooked.com/coffeeFollow us on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/whataday/For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday
It's super important to know that you're working with a professional who can guide you in understanding your Highly Sensitive Child's personality trait. Understanding the difference between the behaviors as a symptom of the parent-child relationship and how they may be ineffectively managed is key in helping your HSC to break out of the meltdown/shutdown cycle. Rather than diagnosing your child with a mental health disorder that may or may not fit because the professional is not clear on the Highly Sensitive trait. Most professionals that are not familiar with this trait also don't realize how it can lead to mental health disorder or being misdiagnosed with a mental health disorder. Today we discuss the 5 issues with mental healthcare for children and how that affects you and your Highly Sensitive Child. If your child is demonstrating the meltdown cycle, watch our free training here: https://www.megghanthompsoncoaching.com/5steps If your teen is struggling to engage with your family, shutting down and struggling with a perfectionism spiral, watch our free training here: https://www.megghanthompsoncoaching.com/5steps_teen If you're ready to book a call with our team, use this link: megghanthompsoncoaching.com/call
Kaiser Permanente mental health workers across Northern California went on strike this week, calling for an increase in staffing. They say that crushing workloads are causing delays in care and endangering patients. Kaiser says it is the strike that is hurting patients, and points to a nationwide shortage of clinicians. In this hour of Forum we'll get the latest on the negotiations and the growing demand for mental health services. (If you or someone you know is in crisis, call the 988 suicide hotline. For Kaiser members seeking help accessing care, the California Department of Managed Care Help Center is available at 1-888-466-2219 or www.HealthHelp.ca.gov. If you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 9-1-1 or go to the nearest hospital.) Guests: Jocelyn Wiener, Health and Mental Health reporter, CalMatters Ilana Marcucci-Morris, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Kaiser Naomi Johnson, Associate Clinical Social Worker, Kaiser Scott Wiener, California state senator, representing San Francisco
Hey lady, this week Dr. Dom and Terri sit down with Cara McNulty, DPA, and President of Behavioral Health and Mental Wellbeing at CVS Health, to have an honest conversation about the real impact of the last three years. The impacts are real and we are just beginning to see the long-lasting effects of multiple major crises on our collective mental health. But, there's no need for alarm. Mental health professionals have been nimble in adapting to the needs of society to provide care and nurturing as we all navigate uncertain terrain. In fact, according to Cara more than 60 percent of the population CVS recently surveyed are accessing telehealth services as a part of their care plan. Cara offers practical guidance on the way mental health services are becoming more accessible to Black and Brown communities. You don't want to miss this episode, it's chock full of helpful information for both the insured and uninsured.Quote of the Day:“You need so much more than mental health or “well-being” in this era of discrimination, invisibility, and psychological warfare. You need an impermeable web of protection for your mind.”― Dr. Rheeda WalkerWhere to find Guest:Website: CVSLinkedIn: Cara McNultyTwitter: Cara McNulty Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com