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A Therapist Answers Questions You’re Too Afraid To Ask

A Therapist Answers Questions You’re Too Afraid To Ask

– I’m Dr. Sam Rader. I’m a licensed clinical psychologist, and I’m going to be answering some of your mental health questions. (pleasant music) In my understanding, personality isn’t something you’re necessarily born with. It’s something that gets shaped through early experience. We learn what parts of us feel acceptable in our family system, what […]

Preview: Dr Tom OBryan | Wake up to Detoxification | Detox Dialogues

Preview: Dr Tom OBryan | Wake up to Detoxification | Detox Dialogues

– A lot of the chemicals in our food chain today and in our environment today are called endocrine disrupting chemicals. Endocrine meaning hormone, they disrupt your hormones and it’s one of the main reasons why when you look at autoimmune disease, autoimmune diseases are much much much more common in women than in men. […]

Ethics in Therapy! Is your therapist treating you right? – Mental Health Help with Kati Morton

Ethics in Therapy! Is your therapist treating you right? – Mental Health Help with Kati Morton

Hey Everybody! Today I am going to talk with you about ethics in therapy. What’s appropriate? and what can we expect? ♫ (introduction music playing) ♫ So like I said, today I am going to talk with you about ethics in therapy. and the reason I am bringing this up is because I didn’t realize […]

What is SOMATIC EXPERIENCING in Trauma Therapy? | Kati Morton

What is SOMATIC EXPERIENCING in Trauma Therapy? | Kati Morton

Hey everybody! Today I’m sitting down with Dr. Alexa Altman and we’re going to talk about a type of therapy a specific trauma therapy called somatic experiencing. *intro music* Like I said, we’re going to talk about somatic experiencing. This is actually, a trauma treatment that I am not that familiar with, but Alexa specializes […]

How Therapy Changed My Life

How Therapy Changed My Life

(piano music) – If I could describe how I felt before going to therapy in one word, lost, I think, yeah. – Conflicted. – Sad. I mean, I was just really sad. – Chaotic. – Numb. – It was in October my sophomore year of college. I was at my then girlfriend’s house and all […]