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PTSD Explained (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
 
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This video explains Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) What is it? What causes it? What are the symptoms? What are the treatments? How to help a loved one with PTSD? My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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Supporting Recovery: Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders
 
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This documentary tells the story of the successful implementation of integrated treatment through the experiences of consumers, policymakers and practitioners in two former COSIG States, Connecticut and Louisiana. Visit http://beta.samhsa.gov/co-occurring to learn more about how SAMHSA supports integrated treatment for co-occurring disorders.
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Cultural Strengths-Based Treatment of Stress
 
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Faculty members Drs. Mark Lusk and Silvia Chavez, in conjunction with the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, have developed coursework and on-line training materials to help social workers and other mental health providers adjust their assessment and intervention techniques to the unique cultural context of Hispanic clients. To view the list of references for these videos, please visit: http://at.utep.edu/HoggGrant/Hogg%20Grant.pdf To learn more about the Department of Social Work @ UTEP, please visit: http://socialwork.utep.edu/ Directed by: Dr. Mark Lusk
Combat Veterans Living With PTSD From Afghanistan | Ways to Cope with PTSD Lashley Life
 
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Married Combat Veterans with PTSD explain how they cope and support one another daily. They have been living with PTSD from war for many years. Ways to cope with PTSD, Struggles with PTSD, Would you like to donate to support us making more content and receive exclusive content and prizes?!? Here is how you can do it, check out our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/lashleylife Links to the Makeup products Ayumi use for this video!!! Primer: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aesz/ Foundation: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aet1/ Contour: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aet2/ Blush: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aet3/ Setting powder: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aet4/ Setting Spray: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aet5/ Eyeshadow: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aet7/ Eyeliner: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aeti/ Eyelashes: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aetk/ Highlighter: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aetn/ Eyebrow: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aeto/ Lip: http://go.magik.ly/ml/aetq/ Check out our other videos! The Best Family Yoga Challenge: https://youtu.be/9_VfWprt3ww Black Card Revoked: https://youtu.be/A8XSVxwtyQ0 The Most Hilarious 7 Second Challenge:https://youtu.be/jlN6uC4bOQw The Most Hilarious Couple's Intro:https://youtu.be/4S6K2zuOaH8 Quick! SUBSCRIBE NOW we’re probably about to post something Special! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5h0moQKkQZmzLfrzZ2acow/featured?sub_confirmation=1 Don’t miss a thing! Follow us on all of our Social Media. Instagram: Terry: @TerryLashley_ https://www.instagram.com/terrylashley_/ Ayumi: @AyumiLashley_ https://www.instagram.com/ayumilashley_/ Twitter: Terry: @TerryLashley_ https://twitter.com/TerryLashley_ Ayumi: @AyumiLashley_ https://twitter.com/ayumilashley_ Lashley Life Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/lashleylife/lashley-life-videos/ Lashley Life Officle Tumblr https://lashleylife.tumblr.com/ Google + https://plus.google.com/collection/ISeVXE The LashleyLife official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Lashleylife-275053263021135/
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A homeboy's guide to healing by former L.A. gang members
 
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For the last 30 years, Father Gregory Boyle and Homeboy Industries have been supporting and training formerly incarcerated and gang-involved individuals in East L.A. Former gang members reveal their process of healing. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS AND NEWS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=losangelestimes LET'S CONNECT: Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+latimes Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/latimes Twitter ► https://twitter.com/LATimes L.A. Times ► http://www.latimes.com/
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Military Vets With PTSD Find Purpose In Pot
 
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Marijuana is big business in Colorado. And it's cash-heavy. That makes marijuana dispensaries and farms targets for burglary. Iron Protection Group is a security company that hires military vets to protect pot farms and shops. It gives vets a sense of purpose and brotherhood – and also, for some, an aid for their PTSD. Subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV3N... Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajplusenglish Download the AJ+ app at http://www.ajplus.net/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajplus
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187  Models of Treatment for Addiction  | Addiction Counselor Training Series
 
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A direct link to the CEU course is https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/search?q=models+of+treatment or get certified as an addiction counselor or recovery support specialist. https://www.allceus.com/certificate-tracks/ AllCEUs provides #counseloreducation and CEUs for LPCs, LMHCs, LMFTs and LCSWs as well as #addiction counselor precertification training and continuing education. Live, Interactive Webinars ($5): https://www.allceus.com/live-interactive-webinars/ Unlimited Counseling CEs for $59 https://www.allceus.com/ #AddictionCounselor and #RecoveryCoach https://www.allceus.com/certificate-tracks/ Pinterest: drsnipes Podcast: https://www.allceus.com/counselortoolbox/ Nurses, addiction and #mentalhealth #counselors, #socialworkers and marriage and family#therapists can earn #CEUs for this and other presentations at AllCEUs.com #AllCEUs courses are accepted in most states because we are approved as an education provider for NAADAC, the States of Florida and Texas Boards of Social Work and Mental Health/Professional Counseling, the California Consortium for Addiction Professionals and Professions. This was recorded as part of a live #webinar
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ARC Webinar: Introduction to the Strengths Model
 
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Introduction to the Strengths Model Presenters: Rick Goscha and Karin Kalk
Black Primera Flats member from Boyle Heights talks about life in Latino street gang (pt.1of2)
 
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http://www.streetgangs.com/video-clips/012916-african-american-former Wayne Turner grew up in the Aliso Village housing projects and joined the Primera Flats street gang when he was ten years old. Although he is a black American it was not uncommon for blacks to join the predominately Latino street gang during the 1960s and 1970s. Today Wayne Turner is an Evangelist of "Becoming Kingdom Ready" Outreach Ministry and also runs a gang intervention organization in Northeast Los Angeles. Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BO7jBeuHSyI Date: January 2016 Location: Los Angeles
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Melba Vasquez - Why Cross-Cultural Competence Must Inform Trauma Treatment
 
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Understanding Immigration and Refugee Trauma
 
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Understanding Immigration and Refugee Trauma (January 17, 2013) The purpose of this series is 1) to engage community and University clinicians, community leaders, researchers, and instructors in examining specific topics related to children's mental health, and (2) to close the research-practice gap by developing a strong circular pattern of communication where theory and research inform practice that in turn informs theory and research. The series fits our goal to strengthen children's mental health practice and policy by promoting use of evidence. Presenters: Carolyn Garcia, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, School of Nursing Amirthini Keefe, LICSW, Center for Victims of Torture Andrea Northwood, Ph.D., L.P., Director of Client Services, Center for Victims of Torture
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Cultural Factors in Trauma Care
 
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Faculty members Drs. Mark Lusk and Silvia Chavez, in conjunction with the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, have developed coursework and on-line training materials to help social workers and other mental health providers adjust their assessment and intervention techniques to the unique cultural context of Hispanic clients. To view the list of references for these videos, please visit: http://at.utep.edu/HoggGrant/Hogg%20Grant.pdf To learn more about the Department of Social Work @ UTEP, please visit: http://socialwork.utep.edu/ Directed by: Dr. Mark Lusk
A Fatherless Son
 
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This video is about the potential mental health impacts of being a son growing up fatherless. This video will also discuss some of the ways we can remedy the impacts of a son growing up fatherless. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations place a large stigma on mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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The Impact Undocumented Status Can Have On Mental Health
 
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Fear of being arrested and deported, family separation, and poverty just some of the daily anxieties faced by an estimated11 million undocumented people living in the U.S. And as Simon Thompson reports the stress can also take a toll on mental health. Cynthia Pizana came to the US from Mexico as a child with her mother- fleeing poverty and domestic abuse. Despite living in an equally impoverished and violent household with her mother’s second husband once they got to the US Pizana’s aspirations were sky high. “Because parents feed it into you, “You are going to be a doctor, you are going to be a lawyer” When Pizana wasn’t helping her mother clean houses to save enough money to get out of that abusive marriage– she was studying hard to get into a good university – and was even chosen to represent her school in Washington DC for a government expedition program- that was when her mother told her she was not an American Citizen. “All the dreams that you ever have are nothing because I wanted to be a, I wanted to be so much I wanted to be a psychologist that was the thing I was going to be and how was I suppose to do it – if I am not even eligible for scholarships at all – it doesn’t matter- so it is just point less why go to school – why do anything - if you are just going to end up being some cook at some sketchy restaurant or cleaning some rich persons house" Pizana was accepted into a university- but she couldn’t keep up with the fees and dropped out after a year and isn’t planning to go back any time soon. So she works as a Spanish interpreter and shares a house with friends in Las Cruces. According to a 2012 research paper by American Behavior scientist undocumented youth who discover their status in adolescence often struggle to stay motivated as they become aware of barriers to opportunity and the uncertainty of their future in the US or with their families. New Mexico State University Family & Child Science professor Kourtney Vaillancourt says the psychological impact of living undocumented goes even further...and can adversely affect mental health. "There is those additional stressors of being seperated from family, there is the stressors of kind of living in an ambigious state where you are not exactly sure what is going to happen. You may not have you know plans for the future, you can't plan because you don't know what is going to happen. So certainly there would be a increased risk for depression anxiety" When Pizana was 19 years old she was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder which she says is basically schrizophrenia, depression and anxiety all rolled into one. “The biggest issue is the hallucination s because it trips you out when you are walking in the dark from home and you suddenly see this demonic figure or this creepy guy just staring at you and your are like are they there or not??“ The precise biological and environmental causes of schizoaffective disorder are not fully understood- but are believed to be a combination of genetics and early exposure to detrimental social environments and high stress conditions growing up. Pizana says she has to take as many 6 different medications to keep on top of it, medications that she wouldn’t be able to afford if she stopped working full time and went back to college. “Those are expensive medications and I get help from my work because I get really good insurance and my insurances covers it” President Obama's executive action in 2012 to provide relief to some children who came to the US illegally allowed Pizana to get access to health care. And it gave her the papers she needed to get a full time job with health benefits– along with protection from deportation – but that protection is not long term.... Pizana’s greatest anxiety is just what the future holds for her and her mixed immigration status family once that temporary relief expires…. “I try not to think about it" Pizana doesn’t want to get sent back to a country she can’t even remember and is worried about the cost and accessibility of mental health care and the stigma attached to mental illness - in Mexico. “It can either go two ways either you are possessed by Satan which is pretty wild and colorful I guess or your one of those crazy people in the corner that end up drinking to drown out your issues it is not frequent that people get the treatment that they should it is a very hush hush situation – people don’t talk about it or get treated – they ignore it” Despite the higher psychiatric risk factors associated with being undocumented studies show mental health services are underutilized by those living in the United States without legal status.
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Stockholm Syndrome AKA Trauma Bonding In Narcissistic Abuse
 
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This video explains the 4 criteria that create Stockholm Syndrome (trauma bonding) and how this applies to narcissistic abuse. It explains why it's so hard to leave and break free from the abuser and the denial even when you're aware of what's happening. I also show you how they hook you and how to avoid that. If you know someone going through this, please share this video with them! It could be life-saving. Meredith’s book THE JOURNEY: A Roadmap for Self-healing After Narcissistic Abuse — http://bit.ly/TheJourneyMM Get a FREE beginners course to help you start self-healing after narcissistic abuse now. Just enter your name and email on the homepage — https://innerintegration.com Are you ready for the NEXT LEVEL? The 12-WEEK SANA (Self-healing After Narcissistic Abuse) course will help you get there — http://bit.ly/12-WeekSANA Are you ready to create a whole NEW RELATIONSHIP with yourself and eradicate your people-pleasing patterns? The SELF-CARE MASTERY COURSE is what you’re looking for — http://bit.ly/TheSCMC WEBSITE: https://innerintegration.com SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST — iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/inner-integration-podcast/id1418633395 — Mental Health News Radio Podcast Network: http://www.mentalhealthnewsradionetwork.com/our-shows/inner-integration/ — Find us on the BINGE Network TV app on your smartTV in the Mental Health genre! CONNECT WITH US FOR MORE FREE CONTENT Inner Integration — Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/InnerIntegration — Instagram @inner_integration — Medium @OwnYourReality NOTE: Meredith Miller is not a therapist or counselor — She is a holistic integration coach, helping you to self-heal after abuse and transform your life. She works with a mind-body-spirit approach to wellness that is a valuable complement to traditional psychotherapy. She recommends that you also seek out a licensed therapist who has experience with narcissistic abuse and understands these dynamics extensively in order to help you with the Complex-PTSD, especially in the early stages of recovery. Thank you for taking responsibility for yourself! Thank you so much for your support and for tuning into this message. If you find this content helpful, PLEASE LIKE, SUBSCRIBE & SHARE! I am grateful that you help me share my message with those who can benefit from it.
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Cultural Values in the Treatment of Depression
 
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Faculty members Drs. Mark Lusk and Silvia Chavez, in conjunction with the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, have developed coursework and on-line training materials to help social workers and other mental health providers adjust their assessment and intervention techniques to the unique cultural context of Hispanic clients. To view the list of references for these videos, please visit: http://at.utep.edu/HoggGrant/Hogg%20Grant.pdf To learn more about the Department of Social Work @ UTEP, please visit: http://socialwork.utep.edu/ Directed by: Dr. Mark Lusk
IACAPAP MOOC: 21. Treatment Planning
 
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IACAPAP is the "International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the Allied Professions" The MOOC "Essentials of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry across the World" is available at iacapap.org
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Sue Johnson Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) in Action Video
 
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Watch the full video at: http://www.psychotherapy.net/video/johnson-emotionally-focused-therapy Sue Johnson uses Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) to work with a couple having communication problems after the husband has returned from military duty.
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I Basically Froze
 
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On a 36 hour mission, Reedy Hopkins' convoy is ambushed. One split second gets stuck in his memory for years. Prolonged Exposure Treatment helps Reedy enjoy life again. http://www.ptsd.va.gov/
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Homelessness and Mental Illness|How does mental illness impact homelessness?
 
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Does mental illness have an impact on homelessness? What is the correlation between mental illness and homelessness? This video addresses those questions and more! Thanks for watching! My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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One Man's Journey From Gang Member to Academia
 
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Victor Rios says he has lived two lifetimes. In his first, he was a gang member, juvenile delinquent and high school dropout. Today, he's a sociology professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, who studies at-risk youth.
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Migrating Traumas: Local Immigrants Tell Their Story
 
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VoiceWaves reporter Michael Lozano sat down with numerous refugees to hear their story, asking how life has been like once in Long Beach.
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OCD|What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder?
 
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What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? AKA, OCD. This video discuses OCD, common OCD myths, and OCD treatment. Obsessive compulsive disorder is often misunderstood. Hopefully this video clears up any misconceptions about OCD. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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Narcissistic Personality Disorder
 
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This video discusses Narcissistic Personality Disorder. I will discuss the signs and symptoms for Narcissistic Personality Disorder. I will also discuss the treatment for Narcissistic Personality Disorder. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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Target Zero to Thrive-- April 2014
 
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DBSA targets raising expectations for mental health treatment. A month-long social media campaign, Target Zero to Thrive, challenges mental health care professionals, researchers, and individuals living with or affected by mood disorders to raise treatment goals to complete remission—to zero symptoms. DBSAlliance.org/TargetZero
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How to Deal with the Police | Parents Explain | Cut
 
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Sponsor this video: http://cut.com/workwithus?utm_source=youtube » SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/CutSubscribe Watch more Parents Explain: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJic7bfGlo3r0SpOZqRzRAbJanLPG_7P- About Parents Explain: Sit down. We need to have a talk. Brave parents and their curious kids confront some of life’s biggest--and most awkward--lessons. Don't forget to subscribe and follow us! Official Site: https://www.cut.com/ Facebook: http://cut.com/facebook Twitter: https://twitter.com/Cut Instagram: http://cut.com/instagram Snapchat: @watchcut Cut Swag: http://cut.com/shop About Cut: Small questions have powerful effects when they go viral. Cut spreads stories for fun, for serious, and for real– bringing the internet together one awkward moment at a time. Produced, directed, and edited by https://cut.com Want to work with us? http://cut.com/hiring Want to be in a video? http://cut.com/casting Want to sponsor a video? http://cut.com/sponsorships For licensing inquiries: http://cut.com/licensing How to Deal with the Police | Parents Explain | Cut https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coryt8IZ-DE Cut https://www.youtube.com/watchcut
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¡MAYDAY! - Last One Standing (Feat. Tech N9ne) - Official Music Video
 
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¡MAYDAY! "Last One Standing" ft. Tech N9ne Official Hip Hop Music Video Believers | Strange Music ¡MAYDAY! "Last One Standing" ft. Tech N9ne from the album, 'Believers' Buy/Stream - http://smarturl.it/believers Starring: Kimbo Slice (https://twitter.com/KimboSlice) Rey Fernandez Ethan Benda (Impact Elite MMA) Rob Kimmons (Impact Elite MMA) ¡Mayday! on Twitter - http://twitter.com/maydaymusic Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/maydaymusic Instagram - http://instagram.com/maydaymusic Tech N9ne on Twitter - http://twitter.com/techn9ne Facebook - http://facebook.com/therealtechn9ne Instagram - http://instagram.com/therealtechn9ne Official - http://strangemusicinc.com Official merchandise - http://strangemusicinc.net TOUR DATES - http://strangevip.com Soundcloud - http://bit.ly/1e8IK0e SUBSCRIBE http://bit.ly/2l0q79b Director: Bernz DP: Mike Zoyes AD: Garcia Shot by: Mike Zoyes and Alain Navas and JP Navas Produced by: Andrea Casales & Eric Narciandi Editor: Anthony Devera Special thanks to : http://www.CrossfitBrink.com Impact Elite MMA - Kansas City http://impactelitemma.com/
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What are opioids and how are people overdosing on them?
 
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What are opioids and how do people overdose on opioids? The opioid epidemic is currently a major public health crisis. As it stands, drug overdoses are the leading cause of death for people under the age of 50. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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Fatal Police Encounters | 1 in 4 people killed by police suffer from untreated mental illness
 
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Did you know that at least 1 in 4 people killed by police suffer from untreated serious mental illness? My name is Omarr and I am a Registered Nurse and a mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I currently work in an acute inpatient psychiatric facility and an outpatient mental health clinic. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Whenever I talk about specific mental illness, most, if not all of my information comes straight from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. https://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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"Hood Disease" in the Inner City
 
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The CDC claims that 30% of urban youth suffer from post-traunatic stress disorder. Why do people continue to raise children in impoverish, high crime urban environments? Inner City Oakland Youth Suffering From Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2014/05/16/hood-disease-inner-city-oakland-youth-suffering-from-post-traumatic-stress-disorder-ptsd-crime-violence-shooting-homicide-murder/
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What is bulimia?| Bulimia Nervosa?
 
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What is bulimia nervosa? What are the signs and symptoms of bulimia nervosa? This video will cover bulimia nervosa and as described by the DSM 5 and the NIMH. My name is Omarr and I am a registered nurse and a mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I work in both inpatient and outpatient psychiatric settings. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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SCWK 283 Assignment 1
 
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Role: Psychiatric Social Work Intern. Assessment; psycho-education; advocacy; exploring risk-protecting factors; exploring PIE factors; exploring ecological barriers; collaboration with other treatment members and providers; inform client's rights; service referrals. Client: 16 year-old teenager. Context: Group Home. Presenting psychiatric symptoms: depression; complaints of lethargy, low appetite, insomnia, low sex drive, meaninglessness in life. Treatment services: individual and family therapy, CBT and IMPACT integration to target depression. Family has a history of depression in father and brother. Intern is locating services in community for the client to address his interests in basketball. Co-morbidity: None. Client is a healthy teenager. No substance abuse history. No prior history of physical/emotional/sexual abuse. Drug treatment of choice: Prozac. Client's concerns/resistance to pharmacological treatment: only "crazy kids" take psychotropic medication, medication will make the client "crazy" as well, and medication will "mess" with his libido. Pharmacological treatment plan: starting Prozac at a low dosage to help the client ease into treatment. Prozac is relatively cheap, has long half-life, and needs only to be taken once a day. This addresses the client's concern of having to take too many medications and also have friends seeing the medication being taken at school, as medication can be taken in the morning. Medication adherence: staff monitoring, tools suggested to client for self-efficacy such as setting up repeat reminders in cellphone, free apps such as MediSafe or Nightingale, and Intern will check on the client via phone to ensure that medication is being taken consistently. Efficacy: It is stressed to the client that he is taking important steps toward treating his depression, as therapy + medication have been shown to be very effective in alleviating depression. It is also emphasized that medication must be taken consistently in order for it to be effective, and it takes around 4-6 weeks for the client to notice improvement in symptoms (somatic [first], cognitive, affective). Side Effects: upset stomach, diarrhea, reduced sex drive/sexual dysfunction, serotonin syndrome, anxiety and black box warning of suicidality. Treatment for side effects: GI side effects tend to subside over a couple of weeks, and PRN is described to help. Sexual-related side effects are framed as cost vs. benefit, with the client's recovery from depression and not being currently sexually active worth the risk of this side effect. Serotonin syndrome: avoid any other drugs that increase serotonin as well, such as MAOI, TCA, cocaine, LSD, ecstasy. Black box warning: contact intern and psychiatrist immediately, Prozac might have to be adjusted or switched.
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Postpartum Depression: What is Postpartum Depression?
 
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This video is about postpartum depression. This video discusses risk factors for Postpartum depression, signs and symptoms of postpartum depression and treatment for postpartum depression. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations have a large stigma towards mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To change the stigma around mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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Minding your mitochondria | Dr. Terry Wahls | TEDxIowaCity
 
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Note from TED: This talk, which features health advice based on a personal narrative, has been flagged as potentially outside TED's curatorial guidelines. Viewer discretion advised. The guidelines we give our TEDx organizers are described in more detail here: http://www.ted.com/pages/tedx_curating_speakers ***** Dr. Terry Wahls learned how to properly fuel her body. Using the lessons she learned at the subcellular level, she used diet to cure her MS and get out of her wheelchair.
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How to Deal with Shame
 
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This is a video on how to deal with shame, specifically, toxic shame . This video will cover what shame is, why we have it, and how we can deal with shame. Shame can be very debilitating if we do not learn how to cope properly. I hope this video gives you some insight on how to deal with shame. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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What is lean?| Is lean addictive?
 
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What is Lean? Some call it lean, purple drink or sizzurp? But what exactly is in lean? What are the side effects of sipping lean? This video will cover what lean is and how lean can affect your body. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I work as a registered nurse in both inpatient and outpatient mental health settings. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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Emerging from the Darkness: The End of the Drug War and the Rise of Recovery - April 2017
 
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“Emerging from the Darkness: The End of the Drug War and the Rise of Recovery” was presented on April 20, 2017, by Dr. Kevin T. McCauley, MD; co-founder of the Institute on Addiction Study; writer of the award-winning DVD “Pleasure Unwoven” and the DVD “Memo To Self.” Not only have the ships for which we have waited for so long appeared on the horizon, some of them have now come into port. Parity. Treatment on demand. Stigma reduction. These once seemingly impossible dreams are today a reality. The White House creates an "Office of Recovery" and speaks openly about a "Third Way" for new policy. States legalize cannabis for - not medical - but recreational use, and create a giant natural experiment that will reveal previous certainties about its dangers as truth or fiction. Films, books, plays, and music put a human face on addiction, changing minds and hearts in the process. But most importantly, people are recovering. As we emerge from the rubble of the Drug War, we can rebuild on the foundation of astonishing brain research that has quietly accumulated through decades of zero-tolerance and mass incarceration. In this lecture, we will stop and realize this moment in history, and compare it to other challenges of health disparity and social inequality. We will review the rising science of recovery and explore concepts of recovery management. We will elucidate this "Third Way," and consider the challenges it entails. We will explore innovative policies, enacted on local and national levels, which hold the promise of preventing addiction before it starts, treating it on a scale never before seen in the US, and re-enfranchising a battered but resilient American demographic. As groups of men and women, formerly living in the shadows, come together, define themselves, and become a people, we should not forget: History is watching. This program is part of the Dawn Farm Education Series, a FREE, annual workshop series developed to provide accurate, helpful, hopeful, practical, current information about chemical dependency, recovery, family and related issues. The Education Series is organized by Dawn Farm, a non-profit community of programs providing a continuum of chemical dependency services. For information, please see http://www.dawnfarm.org/programs/educ.... About The Presenter: Dr. Kevin McCauley, MD Kevin McCauley, MD graduated from Drexel University Medical School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1992. He entered the United States Navy and received his Naval Flight Surgeon training at the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute in Pensacola, Florida. He was the flight surgeon for Heavy Marine Helicopter Squadron 363 at Marine Corps Air Station, Tustin, California and for Marine Fighter/Attack Training Squadron 101 at Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, California. Dr. McCauley is the co-founder of the Institute for Addiction Study in Salt Lake City, Utah, and the Director of Program Services at the New Roads Treatment Center in Sandy, Utah. He has served as President of the Utah Association of Recovery Residences in Salt Lake City, Utah, working with state and municipal agencies to promulgate best practices for local sober living home providers in order to strengthen the Recovery-Oriented System of Care in Utah. Dr. McCauley served as Director of Le Mont Michel in Sandy, Utah, from 2009 to 2013; helping with the design and implementation of a disease management/ residential recovery support program and also served as director of daily operations of an eight-bed sober living facility including training and supervision of staff, as well as analysis of outcome data. As co-founder of the Institute for Addiction Study, Dr. McCauley wrote and directed two films: “Pleasure Unwoven” about the neuroscience of addiction, and “Memo to Self” about Recovery Management in commercial airline pilots and professionals with substance use disorders. “Pleasure Unwoven” won the 2010 Michael Q. Ford Award for Journalism from the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers. Dr. McCauley travels between Utah and his home in Honolulu, Hawai`I where he lives with his wife, Kristine. His goals are to help those who wish to better understand addiction topics and to make difficult scientific concepts accessible to all. In his work, he strives to foster the acceptance of people in recovery as full and valued members of society. Filmed by Bill Hall, TalkVideo.
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The Power of a Friend or Confidant
 
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This is a video that talks about the benefits of have a good friend or confidant. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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Dr. Donald Meichenbaumm - On Teaching Introspection and Coping Skills
 
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On Introspection and Coping skills: Dr Donald Meichenbaum, "I can think of no more important challenge for health care professionals and society in general." Watch the full length interview with Dr. Meichenbaum here: https://psychalivemedia.pivotshare.com/media/an-inter-view-with-dr.-donald-meichenbaum-a-cognitive-behavioral-perspective-on-aggression/21063 Full length DVD is available here: http://www.glendon.org/product-category/expert-interview-series/
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Mock therapy session
 
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BIA Video Preview
 
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Blow It Away™ was developed to be an easy, fun, effective way to deal with anxiety, depression, PTSD (military and civilian), trauma, panic, stress, bullying, chronic stress, nervousness, achieving personal goals, etc. By making the app simple and available at any time, it may help you deal with real-time issues that don’t bother to make an appointment (anxious moments, panic attacks, built-up stress) as they are rarely predictable and are best dealt with on an immediate basis and as often as they may appear. Hopefully, you will start to notice earlier and earlier before they become unmanageable and can eventually know how to deal with most episodes before they become significant. Scientific Evidence: Blow It Away™ app and its family of approaches is based on the best available science and Evidence-based Medicine principles. The evaluations used are of the most widely accepted, utilized and validated in the scientific levels of the mental health field. The principles of Blow It Away™ utilize Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Bio-psycho-social approaches that have been shown to be the most effective in meta-analysis (research on the indications and validity of various existing research) by the top authority in 3rd party reviewers (Cochrane Collaboration and the Cochrane Reviews – the Consumer Reports® of the scientific field if you will). As a result, Blow It Away’s scientific efficacy and the clinical effectiveness will be transparent, accountable and available for scrutiny by peer-reviewers in the scientific and medical journals. More specifically, you get the best available program using the best available science and your personal outcomes are designed to be able to be compared against outcomes for various other interventions and treatment protocols. In this way, we make it convenient and accountable to understand, see and measure what works for you. Applicability: The categories available in this app are designed to be tailored for you. The evaluation tools were selected to apply to most scenarios and the Blow It Away™ app is designed to be tailored to your specific issues by selecting your own Image Pairs. Access: The Blow It Away™ is designed to always be available when you need it, where you need it, quickly, conveniently and privately. Utility: You have achieved your own set of successes despite your challenges. Now is the time to see what you can do when you have overcome your past. You can also use Blow It Away™ to help you focus and guide you toward new goals. Simply select new Image Pairs to suit your changing goals. Whether it be getting over past life experiences, setting new goals or simply achieving a sense of relaxed concentration, there are Image Pairs you can use to help you. Helping Others: The best medicine is useless if people don’t know about it. Victims of circumstance continue to suffer in silence if they don’t have access to help, even if it is simply because their loved ones don’t realize they need help. Most people who could use mental health help suffer in silence. 80% of the population has experienced something that could make them susceptible to ongoing stress. Most likely, you don’t know they need help. Yet 80% of people could use help. Help them. Let them know. Share this app with them. Accountability: The Blow It Away™ team has built in self-evaluation tools to measure efficacy and effectiveness. We will be working with specialists in their fields to measure and continually develop how best to help you and others. In this way, Blow It Away™ will continue to be relevant, effective and improving.
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Mental Health| Criminalizing Mental Illness
 
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Are we criminalizing mental illness? The short answer, yes. Mental illness has been long seen as taboo and carries a large stigma around it. For that reason, more steps have been taken to criminalize mental illness rather than to treat mental illness. Mental illness is not a crime and should not be treated as such. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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Being a former athlete
 
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This video is about some of the problems you may encounter being an ex-athlete. When you are someone that excelled in athletics, it is likely that sports were a big part of your life. How do you prepare for when being an athlete is over. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS – Official Trailer (Series Premiere 1/4/19)
 
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From Warner Bros. Animation, Young Justice: Outsiders features the return of the fan favorite animated series with a huge cast of DC's most iconic young super heroes - plus brand-new characters, many of whom are just discovering their unique meta-powers and special abilities. Set against the backdrop of a rich, deep world that touches all corners of the DC universe, our heroes will face the new threat of metahuman-trafficking, and an intergalactic arms race for control of these super-powered youths. Young Justice: Outsiders premieres January 4, 2019 exclusively on DC Universe. #YoungJusticeOutsiders #DCUniverse
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Substance Use, Domestic Violence, and Latinas: Examining the Intersections
 
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Although recent research shows a strong relationship between intimate partner violence and greater frequency of alcohol intoxication, the overall evidence regarding whether a woman’s alcohol abuse increases her likelihood of experiencing intimate partner violence has been described as “weak.” Experiences of interpersonal violence, the stress of living in a new country with different cultural norms and language, discrimination, socioeconomic pressures, loss of social support mechanisms upon immigration, and exposure to drugs and alcohol often lead to chemical use and dependency. Trauma is often the common thread running through a variety of co-occurring issues, ranging from mental health disabilities to substance abuse, poverty, and exploitation resulting from the sex industry, homelessness and incarceration.
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FIX MY LIFE: MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY PT 2 (IT'S OK TO SAY YOU'RE NOT OK)
 
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ADDRESSING THE ISSUES REGARDING WHY MANY MEN OF COLOR BLACK LATINO AND NATIVE AVOID DEALING WITH MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS AND THE NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES OF NOT DOING SO. ALSO I TOOK A VERY IMPORTANT STEP IN THERAPY THAT I DIDN'T THINK THAT I COULD DO.
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Community Violence
 
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It sometimes seems that our children grow numb to the violence and crime that besiege many communities.
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Depression|What is depression?
 
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What is depression? What are he signs and symptoms of depression? What are the risk factors for depression? What are the treatments for depression? This video discusses all of these things regarding depression. My name is Omarr and I am mental health advocate. My background is in mental and behavioral health and I am currently finishing my education as a registered nurse. My specific area of interest is mental health in minority populations. Minority mental health is of importance to me because minority populations are at higher risk for developing mental illness. Also, minority populations stigmatize mental health which is a barrier to adequate mental health treatment. My goals for this Mental Health channel are as follows: To change the stigma that surrounds mental health. To change the stigma of mental health in the black community. To bring awareness and educate around all things mental health and mental illness. To destigmatize mental health in ethnic and cultural minorities, IE: African mental health and illness, East Asian Mental health and illness, Indian mental health and illness, Latino mental health and illness, Black mental health and illness, African mental health and illness. To educate and bring awareness on topics like: Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anxiety Disorders, Suicide, Bipolar Disorder, Mood disorders, Personality disorders, Therapy, Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and much more. Most, if not all of my information regarding specific mental illness and mental health information comes from the DSM-5 and from the National Institute of Mental Health. Thank you for watching my video and please subscribe!
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Tech N9ne- The Boogieman ( Jeepers Creepers FMV)
 
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If you enjoyed this just wait until Halloween 😈😈😈 Song: The Boogieman By Tech N9ne Movies: Jeepers Creepers 1-3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rapamvculture/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rapamvculture/ RAC Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC46uMvbfiMQ4nnC0BpU3Aw/featured CORA Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5hyqvYhsUMPUQFFG2OPx1g
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