Tag Archives: Mental health

‘A million Australians who don’t speak English’: New Aussies are isolated & unemployable | ABC News

People who have been here for 10, 15, 20 years without speaking English that’s a big problem. People with PhD’s, with master’s degrees who have been in Australia for 10, 15, 20, 30 years and never got a job. Elderly people socially isolated. I decided to start ARMIA exactly on 26 January 2015, intentionally because… Read More »

CSB: Making a Difference in Our Community

I am the nursing supervisor here I’ve worked for CSB for approximately 7 years. I manage the medication clinic as well as supervise all nurses in the building. The Be Well program has been started up approximately 3 years ago as a grant which involves integrated primary health care and mental health services unit. We’re… Read More »

Being an Introvert is a Good Thing. | Crystal Robello | TEDxStMaryCSSchool

Translator: Mohand Habchi Reviewer: Khoa Ta I’m here today trying to be something I’m not. Which is something I’ve been trying to do for two years now: write a TED Talk, share my ideas, talk in front of such a large group of people. I know a lot of you are probably thinking, “She sounds… Read More »

Reducing the Stigma of Mental Health

(upbeat music) (audience claps) – I have to tell you how excited I am to be here this morning. I have heard Judge Broderick a couple of times. Has anybody in the audience heard Judge Broderick before? Okay, so we got a couple of folks who have heard him. I have to tell you something.… Read More »

The Catholic Church, Behavioral Health, Honoring Treaties | August 24, 2018 Episode Preview

>>FUNDING FOR NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS PROVIDED BY THE MCCUNE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION AND VIEWERS LIKE YOU.>>THIS WEEK ON NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS, WHY TREATIES SIGNED BETWEEN TRIBES AND THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT STILL MATTER TODAY.>>EVERY TIME THE U.S. GOVERNMENT TRAMPLES ON TREATY RIGHTS, THEY ARE ALSO TRAMPLING ON THE CONSTITUTION BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT UPHOLDING… Read More »

Connecting with community: A case study on Weave Youth and Community Services

You need to be embedded in the communities that you work in. You cannot deliver services from the side, or from above. You have to be in there on a day to day basis knowing and connecting as those community people do with the real issues on the ground. That’s so important and often it… Read More »

Delivering mental health reform – Murrumbidgee Local Health District

I think the main promises of the mental health reform process to really focus on evidence-based co-ordinated cross-sectoral approaches to meet the needs of the mental health and drug and alcohol consumers within the Murrumbidgee communities and more broadly within New South Wales. There’s a range of priorities that are outlined in the plan that… Read More »

Mental Illness 101: Part IV: Childhood Trauma and Mental Health Impacts

Hello everyone, my name is Ben Adele and I’m with the Center for faith and opportunity initiatives with the US Department of Health and Human Services. Or what we like to call the partnership center. We’re delighted that you’ve joined us today for another webinar in our series on mental illness. This webinar today will… Read More »

Muslim Migrants and Integration // Address to Guests at Jalsa Salana Germany 2018

All distinguished guests, Assalamo Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahe Wa Barakatohu – peace and blessings of Allah be upon you all. In recent times here in Germany, and in several other Western countries, the far-right has gained prominence and seen its membership rise. The root cause for this distressing trend is that the indigenous citizens in these… Read More »

What Do Depression & Medications Feel Like? | Inside Intimacy

– Taking antidepressants is like more chill than taking like Flonase or like Aspirin, like honestly. – Yeah, it’s like people are so afraid of antidepressants and they fully like rip cocaine at parties. Hi, I’m Rose Surnow and I’m mentally ill, but don’t worry, I’m medicated. Today on Inside Intimacy, we talk depression. –… Read More »