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Join Elias Shaya, MD, Medical Director, Integrated Behavioral Health Services at MedStar Good Samaritan & MedStar Union Memorial Hospital.
Let's briefly examine some symptoms of mental health problems. When is it time to see a doctor? and so much more
Topics to be discussed: How common is mental illness and what are the most frequent types of mental illness??
Signs, symptoms as well as treatment and prevention will also be discussed.
Tune int to see if there is something you need to know, want to share and/or feel is important enough to know.
Whether you are a PARENT or not do you believe in SPANKING children? Spanking seems to have fallen out of favor as an appropriate form of punishment to DISCIPLINE CHILDREN. However, there are those who say it is necessary and believe less CORPORAL PUNISHMENT has lead to more behavorial problems in society amongst teens and even young adults. When does spanking cross the line into CHILD ABUSE? BLACK SOCRATES & CHRISTY GAYNELL explore these questions and many more... Also don't forget EVERY SATURDAY at the top of the 2nd hour (11:00-11:15am EST) we bring on a financial expert for the MONEY & POWER 15 to discuss economic empowerment in the community. MENTAL DIALOGUE is the return of intelligent radio where "ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK"
There are many misconceptions about mental health; yet, if someone is diagnosed with cancer, we encourage that person to see an oncologist, or to take powerful drugs like chemotherapy if it might help, and to take time off work or school to let themselves heal. Yet - when it’s an addiction or an eating disorder or some other mental illness – it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that someone should be able to get better on their own. What’s up with that? Today’s guest, Bessie Ann Christen with The Parenting Center is here to talk about the stigma of mental illness and steps we can all take to support our spouse, our children’s parent, our friends or family. Tune in to hear more.
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Bessie Ann Christenson, MA, LPC
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According to the US HHS Office of Minorty Health, adult Blacks are 20 percent more likely to report serious psychological distress than adult whites. Historically, there have been numerous barriers to access to treatment. What is preventing this community from not only getting treatment, but seeking it as well?
There will be laughs. There will be stories. There will be making fun of Chrissie's hair.
Today, Ethan Smith--Spokesperson for the International OCD Foundation and Chrissie talk about hot topics associated with mental health, stigma, and our own crazy lives!
JerdiggityTV goes over opening and introductions and all it contains from subject matter to chapters.
Join me as I talk to best friend, colleague, technician, and in his words 'the most mentally stable person you know' about Seasonal Affective Disorder and all of the crazy things we have learned in the last couple years about mental illness!!
No agenda, but guaranteed fun!
Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author and Radio Host www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! Guest starring Mrs. Arlene Day. About Mrs. Arlene Day: Mrs. Arlene Day aka “Mama Day” is an author, motivational speaker and advocate for mental illness. She is cherished not only for her gifts as an excellent orator and writer but for her commitment to her community. She has created a loyal fan base both in the United States and abroad that have invested and believed in the insights of Mama Day making her a successful speaker. She is an author of a memoir titled “I Promised My Friend”. A film called Perseverance documenting Arlene Day’s extraordinary life was made. Mama Day is also a frequent guest star on Taboo Talk radio. Taboo Talk is a Christian talk show hosted by her daughter, Lady Charmaine Day. During her downtime, Mama Day enjoys knitting, crocheting, capoeira, weight lifting and is in training for the senior olympics doing the butterfly. Arlene Day is the consummate educator who enjoys interacting with her audience, therefore whenever she is onstage you will be guaranteed that you will experience all the elements of an excellent speaker! For more information on Mrs. Arlene Day please visit her official website at www.mrsarleneday.com or facebook at www.facebook.com/arlene.day or by phone at 646-234-824
On this week's show, hosts Andrew Dietz and Doug Field will welcome special guests from Interactive Health and Ginger.io for a comprehensive discussion of employee health -- from physical wellness to mental health.
The first guest on this week's program will be Cathy Kenworthy, president and CEO of Interactive Health, the country’s leading provider of health management solutions. Successful companies create healthier organizations by improving the health of their employees. Wellness programs not only improve employee health, they also have a vital role in expanding the fast-growing healthcare consumerism movement. In this interview, Cathy and the hosts will discuss the challenges and rewards of personalizing wellness programs, how to analyze aggregate wellness program data to create better health plans and how wellness initiatives are helping to change health care in America.
The second guest on this week's show will be Dr. Anmol Madan, CEO, Ginger.io, a digital mental health service based in San Francisco. In this interview, Anmol and the hosts will discuss why smartphones have become relevant for your mental health. The smartphone is the most powerful sensor in health care right now. Because a smartphone is almost always with its user, the data collected through its sensors are very good proxy to understand the user’s behavioral patterns, particularly in terms of physical social isolation for people diagnosed with depression. Ginger.io uses the smartphone to deliver personalized care to people that would otherwise not have access to data-driven, evidence-based mental health care.