What Is Schizophrenia Spiritually?

What Is Schizophrenia Spiritually?

Hi, I’m Ulla. I’m a research scientist and a spiritual scientist. I’m here to unite the head and the heart. Today’s video is called What Is Schizophrenia? More specifically, what is the energetic or the soul’s perspective of schizophrenia, which is a greatly misunderstood condition just like autism, bipolar and attention deficit disorders described in […]

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One Voice, One Community: Leadership

One Voice, One Community: Leadership

In convening the 2010 Summit teams, SAMHSA invited various members of the community, representatives of faith, non-profit, business, government and other organizations, to begin a dialogue and to devise initiatives regarding mental health and substance use. Team members stand as equal partners jointly invested in an effort to create positive change at the local level. […]

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Understanding Cultural Conditions

Understanding Cultural Conditions

In delivering TA, a good TA provider is always paying attention to several kinds of contextual factors. And some of those contextual factors concern the characteristics of the community with which they’re working. It could be racial ethnicity characteristics. It could be SES characteristics. It could be whether or not the community has, for example, […]

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Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari

Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari

One of my earliest memories is of trying to wake up one of my relatives and not being able to. And I was just a little kid, so I didn’t really understand why, but as I got older, I realized we had drug addiction in my family, including later cocaine addiction. I’d been thinking about […]

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September 2017: Recovery Among Diverse Populations (Full Episode)

September 2017: Recovery Among Diverse Populations (Full Episode)

[Music] Hello, I’m Ivette Torres and welcome to another edition of the Road to Recovery. Today we’ll be talking about recovery among diverse populations. Joining us in our panel today are: Lawrence Medina, President and Chief Executive Officer of Zia Community Services, Inc., Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico; Devin Reaves, Certified Recovery Specialist, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; […]

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Prevention in the Mariana Islands: Achieving Cultural Competence in a Small but Diverse Nation

Prevention in the Mariana Islands: Achieving Cultural Competence in a Small but Diverse Nation

Our islands are located fifteen degrees above the equator but we’re one of the farthestmost islands in what’s called Micronesia. The region called Micronesia in Oceania. We are right along the Marianas Trench. And the indigenous peoples, the Chamorro peoples, have been there for four thousand or so years. Substance use and substance abuse is […]

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