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Dr. Linda Lagemann joins me again to continue our discussion on what the APA and drug companies are doing to our military, our children and our country. Listen in or join in on the conversation. We will be taking call-in's during this show. Please keep your questions on point. Assignment tells the stories of America, from history, military, politics, social and economic, to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
Susan Albers Psy.D. is a psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic Family Health Center who specializes in eating issues, weight loss, body image concerns and mindfulness. After obtaining a masters and doctorate degree from the University of Denver, Dr. Albers completed an APA internship at the University of Notre Dame and a post-doctoral fellowship at Stanford University. Dr. Albers conducts mindful eating workshops across the country and internationally.
She has been on Dr. Oz and featured in O Magazine, Self, Vanity Fair, Psychology Today, Prevention, Health, and more. She's the author of Eat Q: Unlock the Weight-Loss Power of Emotional Intelligence, But I Deserve This Chocolate, and 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food.
You can find more about Susan including her 2 minute What's Your Eat Q quiz at eatingmindfully.com.
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Today on the show Brad Hicks talks about the effects of depression and it's intertwining in society. I'll also talk about ways to prevent it and everything else that's associated with it. Please join us for this discussion. We will talk about the over diagnosis that comes with todays drug world. How Depression and anxiety effects you and your loved ones. And ultimately we discuss the rise in APA figures over time.
Dr. Wilson has more than twenty years of experience in the areas of human resource and best practices in ethics and diversity. Coming from a background that included seven years in the United States Army, Phyllis entered the business community at the time media accounts of compromised ethics in the United States seemed to be an almost daily event. She brings a unique perspective to client organizations that seek to integrate ethical standards of excellence with solid business practices. Dr. Wilson comes from an impressive range of backgrounds and education:
B.B.A Business Administration
MS Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PhD (c) Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Phyllis is a professional member of the American Psychological Association (APA), the National Speakers Association (NSA), Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE), and the Society of Industrial Organizational Psychologists (SIOP). She loves to travel as often as possible from her home in Houston. And between enjoying her granddaughter Evan and helping raise a spunky yellow lab, Phyllis is available for consulting, keynotes and workshops.
The Film Nuts was tragically passed over at the Acadamy Awards, but the reasons I shall not discuss right here--still the movie illuminated so many aspects of the Mental Health field, mostly negative which is why competent well trained professionals are so important. The trailer and a small video collage follow here:
Click here for Nuts Trailer
Click here for Nuts Tribute Collage
Click here for Longer look at scenes from Nuts
The performances in this movie are amazing by incredible actors. The psychological effects of people who are mentally ill are far-reaching. This movies deals with child abuse, power-hungry unethical professionals, mysogynistic and violent persons that are allowed to walk amongst us making life that much more difficult. We see the effects of women who sacrifice their children for the sake of financial security. Being difficult or using foul or lascivious language doesn't make a person mentally ill. The only way for society to truly understand mental health issues is to talk about them and support the use of our professional services so we relief and recovery can take place in all our lives. We all know someone dealing with mental health issues even if we choose to deny it. Join us for a strong look at mental health in society and let's discuss way to make this world better for all of us, because we all need someone to talk to, even therapists!
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This week's topic is “A biography of Patrick Henry”.
The links/references referred to in this show are listed below.
Cite This Page - APA Style
Patrick Henry. (2014). The Biography.com website. Retrieved 12:17, Jun 14, 2014, from http://www.biography.com/people/patrick-henry-9335512.
Patrick Henry. [Internet]. 2014. The Biography.com website. Available from: http://www.biography.com/people/patrick-henry-9335512 [Accessed 14 Jun 2014].
"Patrick Henry." Bio. A&E Television Networks, 2014. Web. 14 June 2014.
Mental health is a serious problem in both the USA and Canada? It is time we bring this to the forefront of everyones minds. We at the Essense of Success Radio Network are devoting the entire week on this issue.
You should never be ashamed of seeking the help that you or someone you know needs. How can we change things? Do we start with ourselves or our governments?
Do you know where to go for help for you or someone else? Is that help readily available?
We will also be talking about the difference between Canada and the US as far as mental health is concerned.
Seeking Help, especially mental health professional help is one way to show how much you love yourself as well as the people in your life. Sometimes it is not clear to us or we choose to deny we might be severely out of focus, but this is one why seeking help is so important. Sure you could inquire with your friends and family as to whether you might be out of balance, but often times they do not look at you with detached balanced eyes. Essentially they are not professionally trained and their feelings for you may get in the way of giving you a clear answer. Our loved ones are usually too invested in how they want us to be instead of what is best for us; usually they operate from what they believe is best for us and that may not always match what is truly best.
As psychologists or mental health professionals, our investment in clients should always be for what is best for a better quality of life, not necessarily what is convenient for our loved ones. The other thing to consider is that seeking therapeutic help does not make one "crazy" or "insane." In fact people who seek mental health assistance are often the most healthy thinking individuals, because they realize that at times they just need to release troubling thoughts and feelings. People that keep all that bottled up inside are like to become so pressured that they may end up harming themselves or someone they love, or complete strangers.
Listen, everyone needs to talk things out without judgement or compromise, including therapists. Someday the benefits of therapeutic release will be valued and we'll all have low cost to free access to a therapist at least 6-8 sessions a year. At least that is my hope for the future as a budding mental health professional