Educational Mental Health Videos

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I had a black dog and his name was depression. Produced by the World Health Organization. Download Dan’s summary that can be used for self study and discussion. Selfcare Exercise I had a black dog – Dan’s Notes

Living with a black dog: A guide for partners, carers and sufferers

The power of relationships: Dr. Xavier Amador explains why the quality of your relationship may be the secret to overcoming some of the biggest obstacles to successful treatment of mental illness.

Explaining depression to my mother. A passionate monologue by a young woman.

Andrew Solomon Speaks Poetically About Depression, The Secret We Share

Electroshock Therapy:Dr. Sherwin Nuland explains his own success with ECT

Understanding Mental illness

Stephen Fry on Bipolar Disorder AKA Manic Depression

Kelly McGonigal: How to make stress your friend

Dean Ornish – Changing our life styles can make your brain grow more brain cells

Texting Saves Lives

What makes a good life? Lessons from the longest study on happiness

I Can See Clearly Now The Rain Is Gone

Learn the 6 Steps to Coping with Anger and How To Overcome Anger Triggers with Dr. Larry Iverson

How anger goes out of control: The biological explanation for our primitive defensive mechanism and the rational response that the pre-frontal cortex allows us to choose

Changing you lifestyle is as powerful as medication

Anxiety: Hibernate, Adapt, or Migrate

What causes anxiety and Depression – Inside Out

A Tale of Mental Illness – Elyn Saks, a professor and chair of law, psychology and psychiatry at the USC Gould School of law speaks about her schizophrenia

Guy Winch asks us to take our emotional health as seriously as we take our physical health — and explores how to heal from common heartaches

A RANT worth listening to: Mental illness is frequently spoken about and misinterpreted as criminal or violent behaviour, especially after gun violence

New science tells us that the brain continues to produce new nerve cells and that those nerve cells have an important role on mood and emotion. Watch the video and click this link – Neurogenesis and Depression to get a summary of the talk

CBC Radio documentary. Are people in their 20s really adults or are they Kidults: Does delaying responsibility affect our brains? Is 25 the new 18? According to new research, putting off the life changes associated with adulthood may have a real impact on our brains.

Tim Urban: Inside the mind of a master procrastinator

Understanding Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines

Dr. Vikram Patel explains Community and our Mental Health

Why People Have Affairs:

Sex and the Power of the Visual

The psychology of narcissism