Addressing Self Harm Issues

Addressing Self Harm Issues
Show More

Related videos

Generalized Anxiety Disorder
In this program you will learn the criteria for having a Generalised Anxiety Disorder and the manner in which anxiety can become a pervasive reality in people's lives. A We will examine the emerging link between depression and anxiety and some of the limitations that can arise for individuals who…
Insights on Depression
This programme contains interviews with Psychiatrists and two people who have experienced severe depression. These give a real insight into the nature of depression as they talk about the symptoms, including their suicidal thoughts. We see that the road to recovery includes in-patient care, medication and psychotherapy. The programme concludes…
Depression and Anxiety
Discusses the following topics: Generalised anxiety assessment. Being alert to the presence of mood and effective symptoms. A psychiatric assessment with a person who displays more severe signs of depressive symptoms.
Crisis Intervention
This playlist includes introductions to the Crisis Intervention Model, an assessment of a person experiencing a personal crisis and tools for successful interventions to unlock potential.
An Aggressive Person
This playlist demonstrates two practical examples of the confronting nature of an aggressive client.
A Strength Based Model of Mental Health and Motivational Interviewing
This playlist consists of a client centred approach that considers the person to be the expert and assist to identify strengths, goals and is a platform for difficult conversations.
Living with Depression
Depression affects around 6% of us every year. Depression has a significant impact on the way someone feels, causing a persistent 'low' mood which can have a serious affect on their ability to carry on their everyday . Depression is treatable. After diagnosis by a doctor, the most effective treatment…
Stress and the Biology of Depression
Turn to the realm of mental health with this close look at the ties between stress and major depression: one of the leading causes of disability in the world. Start with an overview of the disorder's symptoms before delving into the particulars of its neurochemistry and neuroanatomy.
Stress and the Psychology of Depression
To truly understand clinical depression, you need to grasp its psychological aspects as well. In the second episode on stress and this prevalent disease, explore the pivotal role stress hormones play in depression. Then, use your newfound knowledge of stress to knit together the psychological and biological models of depression.
Living with Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) is a treatable condition marked by extreme changes in mood, thought, energy and behavior. It is called bipolar disorder because a person's mood can alternate between the "poles" of mania (high, elevated mood) and depression (low, depressed mood). These changes in mood ("mood…
Mental Health Clinicians in Remote Areas
Location issues and physical barriers for Mental Health Clinicians in remote areas (Part 1). Also, a discussion on Dual Diagnosis, co-morbidity and remote access (Part 2) and the challenges of limited resources, generic teams and treatment consistency (Part 3). Homeless issues in remote areas and a discussion on itinerancy, urban…
Mini Mental Health Assessment - Aged
Conducting a Mini Mental Health Assessment on an aged person and its potential implications.