Tag Archives: TEDxTalks

Life Beyond PTSD: How Nia Gave Me My Body Back | Heather Leah Huddleston | TEDxWilmington

Heather Leah Huddleston suffered from painfully paralysing PTSD — her body was either so tense that it shook, or so out of her control that she embodied self-harm. She did everything she could think of to get through it — studied world religions, engaged in talk therapy, and sought the outlet of challenging her body,… Read More »

How to Bounce Back from Burnout in 3 Simple Steps | Allan Ting | TEDxWilmingtonLive

Allan Ting shares 17 years of research from the world’s iconic leaders such as Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins, Arianna Huffington, and many others. Having been burned out from work himself and one step away from homelessness, he went on a personal quest to understand the work life balance. A talk worth sharing. – Allan Ting… Read More »

Treating PTSD: The Movie Theater Technique | Bruce Teall | TEDxFlourCity

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder affects many individuals including 10% of our veterans – even as far back as the Vietnam War. Bruce Teal describe a new treatment that has a significantly higher success rate in an average of just three therapy sessions Bruce Teall, LCSW-R is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice. He has… Read More »

Bouncing Back: An Experience with Post-Traumatic Growth Syndrome | Dave Sanderson | TEDxQueensU

A survivor of US Airways Flight 1549, which crash landed in the Hudson river, Dave has had the unique experience of surviving a plane crash. Traumatic events such as plane crashes can have a devastating impact on one’s psychology. Dave, through the the lessons he has learned in his life, has been able to grow… Read More »

How do you train for a career that doesn't yet exist? | Jay Allen | TEDxFarnham

Far too many educators, employers and employees are so focused on the now, they are failing to train and prepare for the exceptional opportunities that are evolving in the workplace. In his talk on the future of work, Jay reveals some astounding facts about what the workplace will look like in a couple of years… Read More »

Workplace Mental Health – all you need to know (for now) | Tom Oxley | TEDxNorwichED

Is Mental Health important​ in the workplace? Tom explores all things related to workplace mental health, including mental health in school workplaces, in this insightful video. Tom helps employers figure out mental health at work. He reviews workplaces, trains managers and writes plans. Since 2012 he has interviewed more than 130 people, surveyed thousands and… Read More »

The Science of Beauty | Rolanda Wilkerson | TEDxLSU

As a child, Rolanda Wilkerson was upset by the fact that her coily hair wouldn’t grow. She used this frustration, combined with her love of science and beauty, to fuel a career at Procter & Gamble helping women of African ancestry embrace and care for their natural hair. In this informative talk Rolanda breaks down… Read More »

How to fix the exhausted brain | Brady Wilson | TEDxMississauga

What if you could energize your brain? Brady Wilson discusses the chemistry of connection and motivation. Brady Wilson is, undisputedly, the embodiment of focused energy. As co-founder of Juice Inc., Brady’s vision is to create a world where businesses pulsate with creative energy. For 20 years, he has inspired countless companies including American Express, BMO,… Read More »

How stress is killing us (and how you can stop it). | Thijs Launspach | TEDxUniversiteitVanAmsterdam

What cause us to have so much stress these days? And why are especially young people vulnerable to this? What is stress? What happens in the brain and in the body during stress? What are the consequences of stress, if you’re not careful? What is burn-out? Which 5 steps can you take to reduce stress… Read More »

Child sexual abuse: Need to be listened | Pooja A Maheshwari | TEDxTaxilaBusinessSchool

“The impact of child sexual abuse can last for a lifetime.” “Depression, anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder is an inevitable part child sexual abuse.” “Let the children know the power of ‘NO’.” “Child sexual abuse is something not to be kept silent about.” Pooja is a Voluntary Educator of very sensitive topic of society… Read More »

The Power of Honesty for Good Mental Health | Sanchana Krishnan | TEDxJMC

Using her lived experience of bipolar disorder on her journey to being a mental health advocate and mostly-functional adult, Sanchana shares everything she has learned about the power of honesty to achieving good mental health. Sometimes profound, sometimes shocking and always funny, she dissects the very concepts of honesty, how to approach life through the… Read More »

Destroying Memories: How This Could Improve Our Mental Health | Amy Milton | TEDxCambridgeUniversity

If we understand how memories persist, we can exploit this to treat mental health disorders. Amy is the Director of the Memories in Neuropsychiatric Disorders (MiND) Lab in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge, and the Ferreras-Willetts Fellow in Neuroscience at Downing College, Cambridge. Her research focuses on how emotional memories form,… Read More »

Think of How You Think | Maria Maged | TEDxYouth@EBIS

an 18 year old student at STEM who is passionate about psychology. Despite her young age, she has volunteered with an African refugees school to teach English, and while dealing with the children, she helped one of them overcoming PTSD ( post-traumatic stress disorder) applying her psychological knowledge. Her talk is about the mind and… Read More »