For National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in July, we speak with Charlotte Redden Hamilton, PhD about the Mental Illness, Suicide and the Mental Health Conditions that Affect The African American Community. Charlotte Redden Hamilton, PhD, LPC/S, NCC, ACS. Hamilton is the Department Chairperson and Program Director, Clinical Mental Health Counseling at South University – Columbia. Hamilton is a … Continued
We speak with Biko Baker about the election strategies and where the democrats are going wrong and Liz Brailze discusses the improper care that Black patient receives.
While Americans are dealing with anxiety and depression in greater numbers, and the suicide rate has increased by almost 25% since the turn of the 21st century, access to talk therapy is decreasing. Clinical psychologist Enrico Gnaulati considers the social implications of the decline of psychotherapy and the rise of pharmaceutical drugs like Prozac, cognitive … Continued
There are many ways to understand depression. Nurse Rona and her guests, David Frankel, PhD, and Dr. Teray Kunishi, will discuss traditional and alternative ways of helping people understand their moods and how lifestyle changes can be powerful medicine. Join us on “About Health.”
Today we will give away copies of ADHD: What Everyone Needs To Know, By Stephen Hinshaw and Katherine Ellison, as a thank-you gift for your donation during our Fund Drive. Please help to support “About Health”—The Bay Area’s live, call-in radio show, addressing topics regarding health—for you, your family, and the planet. Thank you, Nurse … Continued
Anxiety can stop you from feeling confident, independent, happy, and fulfilled. Your worry or anxiety can stop you from doing things like calling a friend, going on a date, taking your dream job, finishing school, or spending time in nature. With the right kind of help and compassion you can reduce your suffering, enjoy life … Continued
There is much misinformation and skepticism about ADHD, especially since the rates of diagnosis are skyrocketing throughout the world. In the book, ADHD: What Everyone Needs To Know, the authors Stephen Hinshaw and Katherine Ellison examines both the reality of ADHD and the societal forces pushing rates of diagnosis to alarmingly high levels. Join me on … Continued