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1 Stress Check-Up Part IV Depression
2 Stress Check-Up Part V Post- Traumatic Stress
3 Stress Check-Up Part VI - a Generalized Anxiety Disorder
4 Stress Check-Up Part VI - b Social Anxiety Disorder
5 Stress Check-Up Part VI - c Panic Disorder
6 Treatment of Current Stress Listing Your Stresses
7 Treatment of Current Stress Self-Care Time
8 Treatment of Current Stress Relaxation Technique
9 Treatment of Childhood Stress Acknowledge Your Heroism
10 Treatment of Childhood Stress Writing
11 Treatment of Childhood Stress Reading
12 Treatment of Childhood Stress Support Groups
13 Treatment of Childhood Stress Mental Health Counseling
14 Treatment of Depression, PTSD & Anxiety Medication
15 Treatment of Depression, PTSD & Anxiety Mental Health Counseling
16 The Mystery Solved
17 Linda’s 550 Days
18 Somatic Expression of Rage
19 The Talking Cure
20 Stress Causes Real Symptoms
21 Effective Treatment is Available
23 What if there was a blood test for PPD?
24 Until there is a blood test… “Wonderful.” (Yale) “Truly remarkable.” (UNC) “Extremely valuable.” (Berkeley) “A spectacular accomplishment.” (OHSU) All earnings used only to support PPD Assn.
Trauma-Informed Care for Adverse Childhood Experience Survivors David D. Clarke, MD President, Psychophysiologic Disorders Association Collaborative Family.
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Q1. What are the statistics for people having anxiety at some point in their life? A. 1 in 4 people will suffer from anxiety at some point.
Disorders Where and when to get help. Test Day Clear your desk and get out a number 2 pencil.
Talking about it Anxiety Disorders. talking about it What are Anxiety Disorders Who is affected Risk factors for Anxiety Disorders Signs and Symptoms.
Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger What is Holden’s problem? Bipolar Post Traumatic Stress Depression Oppositional Defiant Disorder Asperger Syndrome.
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MENTAL & EMOTIONAL HEALTH Understanding mental and emotional needs.
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Mental Disorders. Each year, roughly 22 percent of the adult U.S. population has a diagnosable mental disorder. In the U.S., half of the people suffering.
Presents Teen Depression and Anxiety Marcey Mettica, MS, LPC, RPT Michael Martino, MS, LPC Gillian de La Sayette, MS, LPC
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Generalized Anxiety Disorder-GAD What is life like with anxiety disorder?
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S. Jett, NBCT MMS Physical Education. M&E Disorder 1. Anxiety Disorder 2. Depression 3. Bipolar Disorder 4. Conduct Disorder 5. Eating Disorders 6.
Mental Disorders. A mental disorder is and illness that affects a person’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviors A symptom is a change that a person notices.
MENTAL ILLNESS The term mental illness/disorder is used to describe many different types of emotional & mental problems.
Presenting Issues Considerations for Counselling and Psychotherapy An Introduction to Counselling and Psychotherapy: From Theory to Practice.
Rachel Morello P.2. A preoccupation that physical symptoms are signs of a serious illness, even when there is no medical evidence to support the presence.
MHPE Volunteer Resource HEALTH MANAGEMENT Mental health and mental illness Tab 27.
MENTAL DISORDER An illness of the mind that can affect the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of a person, preventing him or her from leading a happy, healthful,
Mental Health By: Mr. Lopez and Mr. Guzzarde. Video Clip Jonah Mowry’s Story.
ANXIETY. Warm - up #3 1.How is anxiety disorder different than just feeling anxious or worried? 2.List three things that make you feel anxious or worried.
Mental Distress Everyone has experienced mental distress If that distress is interfering with our life and making it very hard to do the things we want.
What is a mental disorder? A mental disorder is an illness that affects a person’s thoughts, emotions and behaviors. Someone with a mental disorder may.
Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Health and Wellness Self-Esteem and Mental Health Understanding Mental Disorders Chapter 3: Section 4 Pages
Sam Bechtel Tech and Assess of HES course POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)
PTSD Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder By JC Pinney.
By Madeline Gelmetti. According to MayoClinic.com, PTSD is a mental health condition that's triggered by a negatively life altering event. Symptoms may.
Stress, Depression, and Suicide. I. Stress The body’s response to physical or mental demands or pressures II. Stressor Physical or mental demands that.
ANXIETY DISORDERS EDUCATIONAL FORUM ON BIPOLAR DISORDER AND ANXIETY DISORDERS DR. ROBIN REESAL Medical Director Centre for Depression and Anxiety Adjunct.
Mental Disorders Illness that affects a person’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. (Many types)
How does anxiety affect adults and children differently?
I had a black dog…. What Skills for Life are we learning today: Recognising mental health issues How we are learning today: Listening and reflecting Why.
Mental Disorders Associated Signs & Symptoms. Which is this?
7th Grade 7.MEH.3.1. Objective 3.1 Identify resources that would be appropriate for treating common mental disorders.
Mental Disorders. Objectives Distinguish type of mental disordersDistinguish type of mental disorders Identify and describe the types of mental disorders.
IMPROVING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH Presented by: Nathan Billings: Connections Coordinator Kaila Sugiyama: PULSE REAL Co-Coordinator.
By: Naon Davis Erin Jordan Abagail Jamfi. EQ: What is Post Traumatic Stress? BR: Have you ever had something traumatic happen to you in your life or know.
1 Module 3 Understanding Mental Disorders, Treatment, and Recovery.
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Basic Science Experimenting Psychological disorders etc. Misc
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