Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Podcasts
By Anna Sanchez, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC, FNP-C
Psych Nurse Practitioner podcasts discuss topics related to mental health. It is important that we continue our advocacy, education, stigma reduction and leadership in the realms of mental health. Listen in weekly for up to date research, conversations and stories. Nurse practitioners are expertise in their field of work.
Intimate Conversations with Ms Ally and Ms Angel Castillo, transgender sisters.
Ms. Ally and Ms. Angel Castillo are Filipina-American Transgender sisters who have made their mark as immigrants here in the United States. The word “transgender” or “trans” is a term for people whose gender identity is different from the sex assigned at birth. Ally Castillo’s screen name is Ally Cat Castle. She is a TV news make-up artist in Washington DC. She is also a co-founder and co-host on their virtual podcast every Sunday advocating for the Transgender Community. Angel Castillo is a Registered Nurse/Case Manager in Los Angeles, CA. She finds time pursuing her modeling and acting career. Their pronouns are she/her/hers. In this episode, Ally and Angel share their journey and their lived experiences in their transition. Both knew at a very young age that they were special. They both talk about their challenges due to cultural, religious, and familial reasons. Ally and Angel sacrificed their happiness to be obedient in their family. When they migrated to the United States, they slowly found their true authentic self. They both transitioned to becoming a female. Angel is Ally’s “trans mother” who provided guidance to her sister’s transition. For those who are ready to transition, Ally and Angel reinforce the importance of seeking a Transgender Health Care Provider. According to Human Rights Campaign, the transgender community are very diverse but lacks legal protection due to the legislation that prohibits trans people from access to resources, voting rights and basic healthcare coverage. Around 29% of trans adults live in poverty. Trans people face stigma, harassment, violence and discrimination and is thought of as having mental illness or sexuallt deviant. This stigma is perpetuated in our culture, social media and Hollywood. Many trans people have been denied promotion, due to their identity. Often harassment, violence, are not reported. Many trans people lack health care coverage. Many have difficulty with their documentations of who they truly are. We in the healthcare community need to support the trans community. We need to have more compassion, understanding and empathy and be allies to the LGBTQ community. Ms Ally and Ms Angel both find their passions in life as they use their strengths, talents education, and skills to teach us about being transgender here in America. Ms. Ally points out to “never ask permission from anyone to be who you are, just let them know. You have the power to choose you!” “They recently graced the cover of the “On Christopher Street: Transgender Portraits by Mark Seliger.” (link below) https://www.memphisflyer.com/on-christopher-street?fbclid=IwAR0VpeDoOhrI0ThocCOWn7zbYIE1ycl43plFn-pT16lPSYWAgO4QNj3RK8o Disclaimer: “Guys” as a word is used to refer to Ally and Angel as “you all”, their pronouns are “she/her/hers.”
December 09, 2021
Intimate Conversation with Myra Smith, MSN, RN
Myra Smith MSN, RN currently works in Hospice Care intimately shares her experiences as a Nurse Midwife, her illness, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, depression and her resiliency through the help of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy.
September 03, 2021
Intimate Conversation - Anna Hurlebaus, DNP, APRN BC, CNS
Dr. Hurlebaus is an experienced provider and has been working in healthcare for 30 plus years and is focused in Psychiatry. In this episode, she will share her insights in patient care, her approach, the importance of a Mental Status Exam and her clinical pearls.
September 02, 2021
Carl Rogers - Person-Centered Therapy
Carl Rogers was a psychologist with a humanistic approach in Person-Centered Therapy where the practitioner provides an environment of acceptance, unconditional positive regard, empathy and genuineness. Carl Rogers reinforces that people are motivated to self-actualize in an environment where there is room to grow because of this relationship between the practitioner and the patient. The patient is encouraged to unleash their growth potential in an environment where it is safe. Patients don’t feel threatened and are less vulnerable so there is room for growth. Change can only occur If the patient is given the opportunity to decide for themselves within their personal power.
July 24, 2021
Dr. Alfred Adler
Dr. Alfred Adler was born in Vienna Austria and a family of seven children. He had multiple serious health conditions that led to his feelings of inferiority during childhood. Due to this experience, he developed the theory of “striving for superiority,“ which was his focus on motivation and the development of human behavior to improve. He collaborated with numerous psychiatrist like Sigmund Freud but developed his own theories and contribution to psychology with his works on the unconscious, the birth order and the development of the psyche.
July 21, 2021
Mental wellness is actively having the awareness of of your physical, social, mental, and spiritual pillars of health. Mental Wellness is dynamic, that mitigates the chances of exacerbation of mental illness. Mental wellness equates with resiliency. Mental wellness is also being aware of your strengths, skills and thrive even in challenging situations.
June 27, 2021
Gender Based Violence
Gender based violence is directed to his or her biological sex or gender identity. Gender based violence includes physical, sexual, emotional, coercion economic threats and educational deprivation. Gender based violence occurs privately or in public. You as the psychiatric nurse practitioner needs to educate your patient population. You need to support them, validate them for their experiences and give them resources.
June 19, 2021
Imposter syndrome is a phenomenon that is common amongst high achievers. Those who have symptoms of this phenomenon attribute their successes due to lock rather than their ability to succeed. This phenomenon is very common to those who have pave the way in their fields.
June 13, 2021
Mental Health and COVID-19
Covid19 has impacted the world due to increased morbidity and mortality. It has disrupted our way of life that increased isolation, family dynamics, politics and has affected mental health.
June 13, 2021
Viktor Frankl - Logotherapy
Viktor Frankl, Austrian neurologist, philosopher, author, psychiatrist and a Holocaust Survivor. His memoir, “Man’s Search for Meaning” was about his experiences at the concentration camps. He found strength to go on during this horrific time where 6 million Jews died. He found meaning through purposeful work, courage even in fear and love even in traumatic experiences. He encouraged others to find meaning in every moment. Logotherapy is known as the third Viennese School of Psychotherapy. Sigmud Freud was first and Alfred Adler was second. Logotherapy is finding meaning and purpose amidst atrocious conditions. The search for meaning is the motivation force in humans.
May 19, 2021
Who is Dr. Hildegard Peplau?
Dr. Hildegard Peplau is known as the “Mother of Psychiatric Nursing.” She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Interpersonal psychology. She graduated in 1931 at the Pennsylvania School of Nursing. She received her Master’s degree and Doctoral Degree from the Teacher’s College in Columbia University. She served in the Army Corps with the 312th Field Station Hospital in England from 1943-1945. She is well known for her Interpersonal Relations in Nursing.
May 16, 2021
Interview: Dr. Maureen Vidrine, Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist in Psychiatry
In this episode, Dr. Maureen Vidrine, a Certified Clinical Specialist (CNS) in Psychiatry talks about her education, her innovation in the field of psychiatric nursing. She thinks outside of the box and finds many different avenues to educate others about psychiatry. She uses her skills to improve the lives of her nursing students, her patients and clients. Learn from Dr. Vidrine as she shares her experiences as a Nurse Clinician and educator. Even in her busy schedule, she finds the time to give back in the community. She uses her talents in her non-profit organization, Horse Time by devoting to “facilitate horse and human interactions in a context of wellness for the purposes of healing and growth.”
April 19, 2021
Education: Asian Hate Crimes
The recent report by the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at the California State University in San Bernardino Asian hate crimes have increased by 150% during the Covid 19 pandemic. According to AAPI or the Asian American Pacific Islander national report, 3,795 incidents of hate crimes with verbal harassment, physical assault, civil rights violations, This number is only a fraction of what Asians are experiencing, Many hate crimes are under-reported. In this episode, you can learn what you can do to Stop Asian Hate. Use the Bystander Intervention of the 5 Ds. Distract, Delegate, Document, Delay and Direct. Thank you.
April 04, 2021
Impact - Nurse Practitioners Turned Entrepreneur, Dr. Patrice Little
Nurse Practitioners are making impact in their communities by utilizing innovation in healthcare and business. NP’s are finding their niche in the communities they live in. Professional satisfaction and a growth mindset has a lot to do with those who are driven to start their own business. Dr. Patrice Little, FNP and CEO of NP Student and “cultivates student’s thinking.” She also uses an online platform, NP Student University and connects NP students to resources for developing their leadership skills, advanced assessment and diagnosis and empowering NP students in cultural competencies.
March 25, 2021
Intimate Conversation: Abbigail Abraham, LCSW
On this podcast, Abbigail Abraham will share with us her expertise on how she approaches a patient who is in crisis in the emergency department. She brings to light the connection of the mind, body and spirit. She has seen that you can patch up the medical issue but as a mental health advocate, she has to dig deep to the issues that caused the crisis. She shares with us her techniques on Motivational Interviewing. She educates us the importance of assisting her patients on how they can find their own strengths, assess their readiness for change, and use their personal tool box to find resiliency in life.
March 03, 2021
Neurobiology of Trauma
According the the APA, trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event like a natural disaster, death of a loved one, mass shootings, accidents, sexual assault or from combat. The brain goes through changes due to exposure to trauma. It is important that you know about the Adverse Childhood Experiences study and its consequences. You as the Nurse Practitioner Need to tap into your patients strengths and skills to increase their positive outcomes.
March 03, 2021
Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and those who work in healthcare may be at risk to compassion fatigue. Compassion fatigue are the physical, emotional and spiritual distress that you may feel from one exposure from a traumatic case or a cumulative effect from several cases. It is important to learn how to say no, have boundaries and self care routine to combat compassion fatigue.
February 20, 2021
According to the CDC, 128 people die everyday from an opioid overdose. Currently, there are 1.6 million people who have Opioid Use Disorder. Opioids are natural or synthetic chemicals that relieve pain. Opioids are highly addicting medications that can lead to physical dependence within 4-6 weeks. The Opioid Epidemic affects not only the patient but families and children as well. You as the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner have to education your patient on medication assisted treatment, behavioral therapy, family therapy and provide them with resources within the community
February 20, 2021
Cultural Psychiatry is a thorough understanding of the patient population that we treat. We treat patients from a culturally diverse populations from refugees, migrant workers, LGBTQ, immigrants and indigenous people. It emphasizes that we as Clinicians, are aware of where are patients are coming from when it comes to mental health. We need to have a better understanding of Culture-Bound Syndromes and look at the patients symptoms from their perspective. As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, we need to be aware of the inequities that they face. We need to have the understanding that of what health care disparities are. We have to engage with our patients at a deeper level so that we may be their advocate and their voice so they may have positive mental health outcomes in the culture they live in.
February 10, 2021
Intimate Conversations: Arielle Banks, DNP, MSN, FNP-C
This episode is a heartfelt deep conversations from the perspective of Dr. Arielle Banks, an African-American Family Nurse Practitioner as she shares her experiences as a provider. She treats her patients medically but also looks at the patient holistically. Through her experiences and education, she is aware of the mental health toll that affects many and especially Black and Latino population. She addresses the healthcare disparities that has been going on for years but is now concretely seen during this Covid-19 pandemic. Research shows that people of color have higher rates of morbidity and mortality. She reinforces the importance of team effort in healthcare to improve lives of her patients no matter what ethnic background they come from. She shares with us her future goals as a DNP and how she can make changes in the lives of her patients.
January 30, 2021
Intimate conversation with Brennan Warren, BSN, CRRT, Medical ICU nurse during Covid-19 pandemic
Ms. Brennan Warren, BSN, CRRT shares the rollercoaster of emotions that many nurses and those who work in healthcare go through during this Covid-19 pandemic. She is saddened about the heartbreaking loneliness that her patients go through during their hospitalization. She says the key is the importance of working together with the Rapid Response Team during Code Blue which is extremely important during the “organized chaos” to help a patient. She talks about her resiliency by using her spirituality during challenging shifts. She decompresses by being mindful of the quality time with her family! She is very grateful for the hugs and love she receives from them. Thank you!
January 29, 2021
Dialogue: Army Veteran, Samuel Walley
As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, you will care for veterans due to the invisible wounds of war. We have a special guest, Mr. Samuel Walley, an Army Veteran who shares his experiences during Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Mr. Walley, an infantry soldier of the 82nd Airborne division who at the age of 19 years old was deployed in Zhari district near Kandahar in southern Afghanistan. He recounts numerous intimate stories of bravery, courage, valor and fear and what its like to be in combat. Being a foot soldier on patrol, he vividly remembers moments during firefights as they go “out the wire.” On 6 June 2012, his Platoon, headed north into the countryside. Speaking Poshtun, they were trying to communicate as they asked questions to the locals. He vividly recalls that he was running after the target and an improvised explosive device (IED) detonated. He was lifted off the ground from the IED blast. After the dust settled, his colleagues dug him out of the ground and administered important life sustaining medical care by using tourniquets, as Sgt Williams called a “9-Line.” He sustained a TBI, multiple injuries to his left upper extremity and right lower extremity. He was transported to Kandahar Airfield Hospital and vividly remembers seeing the medical team as he laid on the surgical table. He was transported to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany. He was flown Stateside to Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland where he received intensive physical, medical, mental health care for 3 years. He now has a right leg prosthesis, his left arm was amputated. His left lower extremity shows extensive surgical scars. He was not open to the psychiatric plans from his health care teams until a therapeutic alliance from his therapist who showed empathy to Mr Walley. He went through the different Stages of Grief from denial to anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. He also went through, Prochaska’s Stages of Change as he battled the demons in his mind and self medicated with alcohol. he battled, grief, anger, depression, anxiety, PTSD. He felt hopeless and helpless. He contemplated suicide. He fondly speaks about his fellow soldiers and his military family. He shares his pain to those peers who have passed away due to illness. He talks about the pain he suffered from losing his battle buddies to suicide. He talks about the bond that is formed during battle. He survived from all these tragedies. He graduated from the University of North Georgia. He collaborated with book author, Annie Jacobson, “First Platoon” that is published and available now online. He shows his resiliency and found his passion again and continues his service to the veteran community.
January 24, 2021
Racial Disparities in Healthcare
Racial disparities in mental and medical care are understood within the context of racial inequities in societal institutions. Systematic discrimination is is often supported by institutional policies and unconscious bias based on negative stereotypes. As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, we need to address disparities in the quality of care disadvantaged minority backgrounds. We need to eliminate racial inequities in mental health and medical care for marginalized communities. Self-awareness of our implicit bias and knowledge of structural racism leads to negative outcomes for those who are in marginalized communities.
January 18, 2021
Avoidant Personality Disorder
Avoidant personality disorder or AVPD have chronic feelings of inadequacy, have feelings of extreme social inhibition, and sensitivity to negative criticism and rejection. It is more than being shy or socially awkward. Avoidant personality disorder causes significant problems that affect the ability to interact with others and maintain relationships in day-to-day life. About 1.5 to 2.5 % of the general population has avoidant personality disorder.
January 17, 2021
Histrionic Personality Disorder
Histrionic personality disorder is one of a group of conditions called "Cluster B" or "dramatic" personality disorders. They have an intense, unstable emotions and distorted self-images and have an intense need for the approval of others. They have an overwhelming desire to be noticed, and often behave dramatically and may be sexually inappropriate to get attention. The word histrionic means "dramatic or theatrical." This disorder is more common in women than in men and usually is evident by adolescence or early adulthood.
January 17, 2021
Antisocial Personality Disorder
Antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) is dysfunctional rigid thought processes, a pattern of socially irresponsible, delinquent, exploitative, guiltless & criminal behavior that begins in childhood or early adolescence and into adulthood. It is manifested by disturbances in many areas of life from family, school, work, military service that is usually a lifelong disorder.
January 17, 2021
Prochaska: Transtheoretical Model of Change
Transtheoretical Model of Change is a biopsychosocial model of change for intentional behavior change. It is integrative and can be applied to a variety of behaviors, settings and populations.
January 14, 2021
Dependent Personality Disorder
Less than 1% of the general population have Dependent Personality Disorder (DPD). Those with DPD are not able to make decisions, are clingy and very needy. They are pessimistic and has lack self-confidence. They have intense fear of abandonment. They avoid disagreements and will tolerate abuse for fear of the relationship ending. Those with DPD are at higher risk for depression, anxiety, PTSD and substance abuse.
January 12, 2021
Interview: Postpartum Depression with Theresa Thomas, LPC
Intimate interview about Postpartum Depression with Army Veteran Theresa Thomas, now a Licensed Professional Counselor. She discussed her suicidal thoughts, bad thoughts to her baby, her symptoms, her fears, her multiple stressors that exacerbated her symptoms. She talked about the importance of her support system from her family, husband, church, spirituality and prayer. Her Christian counselor assisted her with her coping skills and also reinforced to her the importance with medication management during the acute phase in her Postpartum depression. She talked about her strengths and resiliency and her gratitude regarding the diagnosis that helped her find her purpose in life. she went on to receiving her Master’s degree and is now a professional counselor. She states that she is a better counselor because she can empathize with her patients in mental health.
January 05, 2021
Interview: PTSD from Army Veteran, Dan Solla, JD
Dan Solla, is a veteran of the United States Army Infantry served as rifleman in the 1st Armored Divisions 1/36 Infantry Battalion from Ray Barracks Friedberg, Germany. He served as a rifleman in Iraq for 15 months during the Iraqi Invasion in 2003-2004 where he was actively engaged in ground combat. He was awarded the Combat Infantryman’s Badge. He has struggled with with PTSD symptoms, addiction, and how he self-medicated his symptoms, his overdose and needing help for long-term treatment. He talks about his experiences, triggers, symptoms and “even being afraid of my own shadow” from being a young man signing up after 9/11. He is able to overcome all of these challenges as a veteran. He is resilient and received his Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science from the University of Tennessee and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from University of Tennessee College of Law. He is very active helping his fellow veterans through PTSD Foundation & Camp Hope. He helps veterans navigate the local VA, residential treatment programs, Veteran Court System, in several counties in the State of Georgia. He partners with local veteran groups Vetlanta, Hope Center for Veterans, American Legion and local hospitals.
January 03, 2021
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) affects more males at 7.7% and females at 4.8%. There is a high rate of mood disorders, substance use disorder with those who have NPD. The patient will have an inflated and grandiose self-importance. They need to be the center of attention all the time and thrive with admiration. Those with NPD have unfulfilling and failed relationships, sense of entitlement and have fantasies about being powerful, successful and brilliant even with many failed businesses. Those with NPD are very arrogant, pretentious and conceited. They do not have empathy for others and will lash out at others because they are not able to handle criticism and will belittle others in order to make themselves feel superior.
January 02, 2021
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD affects one in 54 children. ASD is more common in boys than girls. In the past ASD were classified as autistic disorder, Asperger Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder. Combination of medication and therapy is important to assist a patient with ASD
December 31, 2020
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 13.3% of teens ages 12 to 17 had a least one major depressive episode. 20% of females and 6.8% of males ages 12-17 suffered a depressive episode which is about 3.2 million American teens.
December 26, 2020
Suicide is a major public health concern. According to the CDC, in 2018 suicide is the 10th leading cause of death that had claimed the lives of over 48,000.
December 23, 2020
Delirium is a common clinical syndrome usually caused by a physical illness or by a general medical condition, drugs, substance intoxication or alcohol withdrawal, and other multiple etiologies. Delirium is a serious disturbance where 30% of older adult patients may experience delirium during a hospitalization. 10-50% of patients post surgery patients may experience delirium as well.
December 19, 2020
Military Sexual Trauma
Military Sexual Trauma are experiences of sexual assault that occurs to those who serve. The continuum of harm starts as jokes, demeaning comments, harassment to sexual assault. These experiences may increase the risks of a service member for anxiety, depression, PTSD, substance and alcohol abuse. Many service member may learn to cope from past experience of MST.
December 11, 2020
Medical and psychological care for our Veterans
Currently, there are 1.3 million Active Duty service members, 800,000 Ready Reserve Forces, and 17.4 million veterans. You will have the honor as a Nurse Practitioner, to be caring for our Veterans. They have very different experiences from your patients in the civilian population. Thank them for their military service. As a provider, let us encourage them to continue to lead and serve in their communities.
December 07, 2020
Complex PTSD are caused by traumatic events that may start early in childhood from abandonment, neglect, physical, emotional, sexual abuse. The abuse may continue through the teen years and into adulthood. Those with complex trauma may have difficulties with their cognition, emotions, behaviors, interpersonal relationships and may be very somatic. Patients with complex trauma will need intense support from a multidisciplinary team from both the Medicine and Psychiatry.
December 01, 2020
What is Bipolar Disorder?
Bipolar Disorder also know. As manic-depressive disorder has dramatic mood shifts that affects 2.8% of men and women equally. Patients with Bipolar Disorder may also have comorbid disorders such as anxiety, PTSD, substance abuse disorder and ADHD. In the acute states, it is critical that patient safety is assessed when the patient is suicidal, manic and uses substance that may impair judgement. Patients in this state may warrant an acute inpatient hospitalization.
November 30, 2020
What is ADHD?
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is characterized by hyperactivity, impulsivity and inattention. About 8.8% of children and 4.4% of adults have ADHD. Educate your patients about the importance of medication and treatment compliance. Refer your patients to therapy as well. Collaborate and advocate for your patients with accommodations and other alternative approaches in the treatment of ADHD.
November 29, 2020
Many women experience the “baby blues” after giving birth. “Baby blues” are very common. Postpartum depression extends beyond the two weeks after childbirth that is more severe and some may develop psychosis. Some women may have thoughts of suicide or harming their baby and may need hospitalization. Education is important during pregnancy. Give your patients the tools on and collaborate with your patients in the management of Postpartum Depression.
November 29, 2020
What is CBD or Cannabidiol?
CBD is now legal in the United States. The CBD market is a booming industry that reached up to $2 billion in sales of CBD products! Currently, CBD is not regulated. Small research studies have shown that it helps patients with depression, anxiety, and PTSD! Science have shown that CBD helps in the treatment if neurological disorders of childhood epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.
November 28, 2020
What is an APRN, roles and why patients are choosing NP’s as their providers.
We will discuss what a Nurse Practitioner can do in healthcare, the roles in different healthcare settings, specialties and why patients are choosing APRN as their providers.
November 21, 2020
Disease Prevention & Health Promotion
As the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, you have a very important role in advocating for your patients. By having that therapeutic alliance with your patients, you assist then in disease prevention and increase positive outcomes to both physical and mental health of your patients.
November 21, 2020
50 million Americans have chronic sleep disorders. Sleep problems are linked to both medical and mental disorders. About 1/3 of adults report insomnia symptoms. Basics of sleep is the REM (dream) and Non-REM (deep) sleep. As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, be proactive and have conversations with your patients about their concerns about their sleep.
November 14, 2020
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD
A person may be exposed to a traumatic event. These events may ne an actual or threatened event. Listen to this episode and learn how patients who have been diagnosed with PTSD. Educate your patient regarding their medical issue Listen to our lecture on PTSD.
November 03, 2020
How does Covid-19 affect mental and physical health?
Covid-19 pandemic has affected the physical and mental health for many people. Tune in to learn how to manage anxieties and uncertainties by learning what we can control.
October 25, 2020
History and role of the Nurse Practitioner.
In this episode, the history of the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse is highlighted.
October 17, 2020
Intellectual disability involves problems in two areas: intellectual functioning and adaptive functioning. It is diagnosed not based on I.Q. level but rather based on adaptive functioning.
October 17, 2020
Psychosis and Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia is the most common psychotic disorder that affects 2 million people in the United States.
October 17, 2020
Depression is a common mental health disorder that affects 17.3 million adults in the U.S. Anna Sanchez, PMHNP-BC, FNP-C will discuss how to assess , diagnose and treat depression.
October 17, 2020
CAM Complimentary Alternative Medicine
CAM or Complimentary Alternative Medicine is usually used in addition to standard treatments. Talk to your provider before starting any kind of CAM for management of your symptoms.
October 13, 2020
What is Anxiety?
According to NAMI, Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health concern in the United States. There are Over 40 million adults in the U.S. (19.1%) who have an anxiety disorder. About 7% of children aged 3-17 experience isses with anxiety each year. Most people develop anxiety symptoms before age 21. Tune in and learn.
October 13, 2020
Stigma Reduction in Mental Health
OCT - MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH. Tips on stigma reduction in Mental Health. MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS! According to NAMI: 1 in 5 U.S. adults experience mental illness each year 1 in 25 U.S. adults experience serious mental illness each year 1 in 6 U.S. youth aged 6-17 experience a mental health disorder each year 50% of all lifetime mental illness begins by age 14, and 75% by age 24 Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among people aged 10-34 Help us reduce Stigma in Mental health.
October 12, 2020