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This segment will be the beginning of a series, where we explore why Pres. George Implemented his New Freedom Initiative. This was in response to the consumers having unfair treatment limitations and financial requirements for mental health benefits,using a fragmented mental health system and fighting the stigmatism surrounding mental health issues.
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Following the previous episode of changing Mental Healthcare in America, we will next discuss th 6 goals for changing our mental Healthcare system according to President Bush- New Freedom Commission. We will also discuss how peer specialist can have a role in the change.
Craig Lewis is a Certified Peer Specialist and author of the Better Days – A Mental Health Recovery Workbook. Craig based the Better Days workbook on his personal life and recovery, and every page has been used successfully in peer group settings. A Better Days support group facilitation guide is currently being developed as are Spanish and French language versions of the Better Days workbook.
Craig also has edited and published You’re Crazy Volume One which compiles first-hand accounts of people from the punk rock scene who live with mental health struggles, addiction and trauma. A second volume ofYou’re Crazy is currently in the works.
Craig can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please enjoy Craig's articles for our show: My Inner Human and An Interview with Craig Lewis, CPS.
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We will answer those questions and talk about all sorts of juicy stuff...Listen, Learn, Laugh, and Dare to Share your very OWN "MENTAL NOTE"!
Join us as we interview Darlene Lancer, JD, MFT and author of: Conquering Shame and Codependency: 8 Steps to Freeing the True You and Codependency for Dummies. On the show we discuss shame and codependency. Some questions from the show are:
1. What is internalized shame?
2. How does shame show up when treating clients?
3. What are some common defenses to shame?
4. What are clues to help spot shame in clients?
5. How does shame affect codependency and relationships?
6. How might shame and codependency affect us as health care providers?
7. How should we approach treating shame?
Please read her popular article on this topic. For more information about Darlene and her work, please visit our post here.
Darlene Lancer is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and expert on relationships and codependency.
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Join us @ 6pm on location at the Diamonds in the Rough: The UNtapped, UNtouched and UNtalked Awareness Fashion Show!!! We will be discussing mental illnesses. Is it real or is it a figment of your imagination? Also we will be discussing leukemia, and prostate cancer with certified health professionals and people that have been affected by these illnesses. Call the show at 347-884-9373
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Do you have a mental health toolbox? A mental health toolbox is made of things you use or do to help yourself feel better. Your toolbox might consist of positive affirmation, or it might be simply taking a walk or a short nap. Did you know that certain essential oils can raise seratonin levels and help you feel better? Tonight I'll give you some ideas for creating your own toolbox and share some tips that have worked for me in the past.
The Struggle Continues picks up where Marshall's first poetry book, The Struggles Of Love, left off. In the form of poetry, Marshall tackles racism, bullying, hate, love, pain, remembrance of losing a loved one, religion, and personal battles from the trials and tribulations Marshall faced from a media mishap during an interview that ended up going viral, skyrocketing Marshall's notoriety. Now known all around the world as the rapper-turned-author and poet, Marshall proves in his book, The Struggle Continues, that he is more than ready to handle any struggle he is faced with. This book is truly the inspiration the world needs to find comfort in a not-so-perfect world. Marshall says he writes for the "Have-Nots and Unsung Heroes" giving the voiceless a voice. So allow The Struggle Continues to speak to your heart as the rapper-turned-author takes you on a journey looking at the world through the eyes of a poet.
Coming soon on the http://artistfirst.com/barber.htm
Join Host-Chris Richardson and Co-Host Lorinda "Rin" Reddie for another great discussion on
"The 5 Stages of a Relationship - Part 2 - The Power Struggle".
Our special guest will be Edward Smilth: Mr. Smith is a man that loves and seeks the Lord. He is a Relationship Educator and Ministers with his wife-Debbie. Together they have built "Meet The Smiths", where they conduct workshops, seminars and conferences geared towards couples. Edward is a firm believer that God has a standard for marriage and that as a husband, he has a mandate to lead his household.
Are you currenly in a power struggle in your relationship? Where & How does the struggle start in the relationship?
Who's responsible for the resolutions the Man or Woman? Why is this such a difficult phase in a relationship?
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"Racism is as American as apple pie" is the highly publicized quote from student activist Stokely Carmichael (later Kwame Toure) during the 1960s protest movement. As supporters of white police officer Darren Wilson collect money for his defense in the killing of unarmed black teen Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri, members of a white supremist hate group send out a message referring to Michael Brown as a "N-----r Thug" and praise the work of the Ferguson police department in killing him. For them, Darren Wilson is a hero. Racial hatred is as American as apple pie. But is it also a reflection of serious mental instability, an irrational fear that could prompt people to commit violent acts? Is it a condition to be isolated and treated, the way one treats those who suffer from schizoprenia or dementia, or any other mental illness that produces delusional thinking? Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. referred to the racist whites that threatened his life as "our sick white brethren." Those who are treated badly by sick racists often spend a lot of time trying to convince themselves that they are worthy of respect, rather than recognizing that the illness is within those who do not know how to respect others. A healthy mind has the capacity to recognize the good in others. A sick mind does not. Would you vote someone into office who suffered from paranoid schizophrenia and might become a serial killer? Then why allow those with the mental illness of racism to continue to get elected as mayors, appointed as police chiefs, or sit in courtrooms as judges? Should racism be identified and treated like a mental illness? If so, shouldn't the responsibility for removing mentally sick people from positions of authority rest on those who are mentally well?
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