Tag Archives: mental health

Suicide | Mental Health Issues | Destigmatize Mental Health | Lone Tree Media | Nepal

W.H.O data shows that Nepal has the second highest number of suicide rate in ratio to the total population in South Asia. Recent studies add that 15 people commit suicide every day in Nepal. And suicide is currently the leading cause of death for 15 to 49-year-old Nepalese women. After 2015 Earthquake, the number of… Read More »

I have PTSD

I’m very sorry about the lighting and quality of this video. I am still learning how to do the “sit down” videos. Anyways, I wanted open up an share a bit of what’s been happening in my life for the past 5 years or so. It’s been a long journey, but I am healing and… Read More »

Shyness Therapy with Dr Pat Ogden

Dr Pat Ogden’s “Shyness” session is now available at wisemind.com Shyness can be debilitating resulting in an increased risk of loneliness and isolation which in turn can trigger episodes of anxiety and/or depression. In this new session, Dr Ogden explains that there is nothing wrong with being shy, however we might want to feel more… Read More »

You Are Not Alone: Post-Traumatic Growth | Inside Youth Mental Health | KET

This video segment originally appeared in the program, “Trauma and Toxic Stress,” part of the KET series, “You Are Not Alone,” focusing on youth mental health. More than 20 years ago, Melinda Moore’s life was permanently altered when her husband died by suicide. That traumatic event led Moore to pursue a career in psychology with… Read More »

Nigerian woman tackles mental health stigma

A Nigerian woman is leading the fight against stigma associated with mental health. Hauwa Ojeifo was diagnosed with Bipolar and post-traumatic stress in 2015. She has not allowed it to bring her down. Instead, she is using her experience to raise awareness on mental illness — in a country where 30 percent of the population… Read More »

#MentalHealthMondays: My Diagnoses

This is a bit of a long one, but I felt that explaining what my diagnoses are will be helpful for you all to know where I’m coming from in future #MentalHealthMondays videos. In this video I describe my three diagnoses (dysthymia/depression, generalized anxiety disorder, and post traumatic stress disorder) and how they manifest with… Read More »

My Experience With PTSD

Hopefully this can help someone out there in some way. I’m no qualified psychiatric expert, but I figure it’s best to be open and speak out about these issues. I’m someone who learns best from experience, and I figure a lot of people out there are the same way. BUY MY QUALITY GOD CHURCH MERCH:… Read More »

On a quest to end stress across the world with Dr. Amy Serin

Internationally renowned clinical neuropsychologist, inventor, and author, Dr. Amy Serin applies her expertise to heal a multitude of mental health problems both in and out of her integrative care clinics. In the last decade, Dr. Serin’s clinics have healed thousands of people and after consulting with militaries and international global crises responders, she set out… Read More »


I recently shared a breakthrough at Tony Robbins’ Date with Destiny in Cairns, Australia. This is about CHANGING OUR STORY and I share how I decided to end my addiction to my OLD story about being raped when I was 14 and how changing it finally UNLEASHED MY SOUL. This share impacted a room of… Read More »

PTSD: A Vietnam Veteran’s Story | Never Forget: A Connecting Point Veterans Day Special

Post-traumatic stress disorder is now recognized as a significant wound of war, but PTSD among many Vietnam veterans, including Gordon Fletcher Howell, went unrecognized for years. His daughter, Jessica Jimison, shared her father’s touching story with producer Dave Fraser. Source: Youtube

‘Into Exile – A Veteran’s Tale’ (PTSD and stress related ill health)

A ‘Fritz Streets Films’ adaptation of a short film about PTSD and stress related mental ill health. You will hear from real life Falklands War veteran, Simon Weston CBE and mental health specialist, Dr Neil Kitchener. Then watch the story of ‘Bulldog’ … a Falklands veteran who is finding it so difficult to put his… Read More »

Soldiers battle PTSD with art

Former soldiers traumatised by conflict are using a form of therapy for PTSD that could lead to a creative career. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) By making art to help with their PTSD, former soldiers are finding ways to cope with their mental illness. An exhibition by the organisation Style for Soldiers has been showcasing artworks by medically… Read More »