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Is TRAUMA THERAPY possible if we DISSOCIATE? | Kati Morton

Is TRAUMA THERAPY possible if we DISSOCIATE? | Kati Morton

Hey everybody thanks for checking back I have Dr. Alexa Altman here with me and we’re doing a series of videos about trauma, trauma therapy, all the things that entails. So if you haven’t subscribed make sure that you do and if you haven’t watched our other videos together please do that first because we’re […]

Lobotomy: A Dangerous Fad’s Lingering Effect on Mental Illness Treatment | Retro Report

I will perform transorbital lobotomy on ten patients within an hour. In the 1930’s, a new brain surgery like the one portrayed here in the movie Frances, was brought to the United States: the lobotomy. Only a little more dangerous than operating to remove an infected tooth. It was performed on mentally ill patients all […]

How do I know what to bring up in therapy? Website/YouTube Wednesday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

How do I know what to bring up in therapy? Website/YouTube Wednesday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

Hey everybody, happy Wednesday! And like I’ve mentioned yesterday, today will be my last video of the week because it is Thanksgiving weekend in the States and so I will be taking Thursday and Friday off. But I’ll get back on Monday and on Tuesday I’ll be on Tumblr so ask your questions there. Now […]

Confidentiality in Therapy?

Hey everybody, today we’re going to talk about confidentiality in therapy. What are your rights? Now before I jump into today’s video, I just wanna remind you to turn on notifications. I’ve been hearing from many of you that you’re not getting notified that my videos are getting released on the Mondays and Thursdays that […]

How Horse Therapy Helps HIV and AIDS Community | NBC Left Field

For the last 20 years, Sunnie Rose has used horses to help those infected and affected by HIV and AIDS in California. Horses are stoic, they’re regal, they’re understanding, they’re kind and they can be your best friend. This week, Tag is back, on horseback that is, because of a comment from Kevin. He told […]

Why I train grandmothers to treat depression | Dixon Chibanda

Why I train grandmothers to treat depression | Dixon Chibanda

On a warm August morning in Harare, Farai, a 24-year-old mother of two, walks towards a park bench. She looks miserable and dejected. Now, on the park bench sits an 82-year-old woman, better known to the community as Grandmother Jack. Farai hands Grandmother Jack an envelope from the clinic nurse. Grandmother Jack invites Farai to […]