PART 1: Introduction to Solving Media Overload



This series is based on Acclimatic Restorative Coaching (ARC): Solving Media Overload. It is the world’s first talk-therapy/life-coaching approach created from inside the media looking out, rather than the outside looking in. We all need news and other media content, but we also need mental health. This series and the accompanying book will help us regain our sense of balance we desperately need. This video represents the free ones that will be made available to the public. There will also be paid episodes. But, to get the best understanding of this content, you should purchase a copy of the book which is available on Amazon.com.

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MENTIONED LINKS

“Acclimatic Restorative Coaching (ARC) – Solving Media Overload” (book)
This video series is based off of this book. The book is a guide to the application of ARC. Prior psychology training is not required, though the book also applies to professionals in the field of mental-health.
• Psychological perspectives & media impact
• Behind-the-scenes techniques used by shock “news”
• Instructions for applying ARC to help clients recover

Link: https://amzn.to/383c5y6​

DSM-5 – Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th edition
The DSM-5 is the book used by clinicians, policy makers, insurance companies, and others around the United States and beyond. On page 271 (309.81 (F43.10)) section A, the DSM5 lists things known to cause Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), including a media-professional’s exposure to traumatic electronic information.

Link: https://amzn.to/3c0JqfD​

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America – “Media’s role in broadcasting acute stress…”
Research that began before the DSM5’s publication and was completed after the DSM5’s publication, discovers that people at home can develop PTSD from overexposure to traumatic news content. Six or more hours of consumption per day can make someone 900% more likely to develop Post Traumatic Stress symptoms than if they were at the actual traumatic event itself.

Link: https://www.pnas.org/content/111/1/93​

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