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This podcast aims to openly discuss a multitude of mental health illnesses with goals to combat the negative response associated with mental illnesses. While the situation has been improving, there is still much that can be done. This podcast also focuses on how the recent Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the general public's mental health.
 
La Chaire de Microbiologie et Maladies Infectieuses dont Philippe Sansonetti est le titulaire a pour objectif de présenter les grands problèmes et les principaux défis posés par les maladies infectieuses dans un monde globalisé et de procurer aux auditeurs une capacité de lecture et d'analyse de ces problématiques complexes. L'approche prise est essentiellement fondamentale. Elle vise en particulier à présenter l'état de la recherche en cours dans des domaines divers mais complémentaire comm ...
 
Je suis une "heureuse" sépienne (personne atteinte de la sclérose en plaques) depuis 9 ans. Bien sûr le terme "heureuse" n'a pas toujours été le terme le plus adéquat. J'avais 23 ans lorsque je l'ai appris, l'âge où l'on se croit encore immortel. Elle m'a remuée, dérangée dans ma zone de confort. Au départ, j'ai décidé de l'ignorer, de continuer comme si de rien était. Puis je l'ai détestée, haïe... J'ai voulu la combattre, la vaincre ! Et puis, un jour, j'ai choisi de l'écouter. Que voulait ...
 
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In this episode, Dr. Galen masterfully explains some of the history behind borderline personality disorder and how behavioral therapies have evolved over time. She also explains how mindfulness has proven to be useful in treating borderline personality disorder. Be sure to register for The Alan Hu Foundation's upcoming webinar on Wednesday, August …
 
In this episode, Dr. Shaili Jain provides some insight on the stigmatization of mental health illnesses within the healthcare industry itself and how we can aim to enhance the state of PTSD treatment. Check out Dr. Jain's book on her website: https://www.shailijainmd.com/ Be sure to register for The Alan Hu Foundation's upcoming webinar on Wednesda…
 
This episode of the Mind Maladies Podcast discusses IPT training programs and genetic and psychosocial factors related to depression. Check out Dr. Weissman's book here! Mind Maladies is now partnered with the Alan Hu Foundation! Be sure to check them out at alanhufoundation.org Check out more of the Mind Maladies Podcast at mindmaladies.com…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: Please note that this episode contains depictions of trauma and PTSD that some people may find disturbing. For help and resources, please visit Resources | Mind Maladies Dr. Sust discusses what trauma truly entails and how trauma can lead to the development of PTSD. Mind Maladies is now partnered with the Alan Hu Foundation! Be sur…
 
Dr. Geraci explains what MeRT treatment is, and how he uses it at his facility to treat various mental health illnesses. For more information about MeRT Treatment, check out summitbrainhealth.com to learn more. Mind Maladies is now partnered with the Alan Hu Foundation! Be sure to check them out at alanhufoundation.org Also make sure to check out t…
 
This episode discusses the rising issue of suicide in groups that aren't as represented in the media or heard about quite as often. It also goes into certain treatments available to minority and indigenous groups. Mind Maladies is now partnered with the Alan Hu Foundation! Be sure to check them out at alanhufoundation.org Check out more of the Mind…
 
This episode focuses on the recent development of technologies specifically made to monitor and predict suicidal tendencies. While many of these are still in the works, they will drastically impact the way suicide is treated and prevented. Mind Maladies is now partnered with the Alan Hu Foundation! Be sure to check them out at alanhufoundation.org …
 
In this episode, Dr. Jacob Towery and I discuss the challenges of treating depression, the link between depression and sleep, and treatments that are readily available to everyone. Here is the Amazon link to purchase Dr. Towery's book "The Anti-Depressant Book: A Practical Guide for Teens and Young Adults to Overcome Depression and Stay Healthy" Be…
 
This episode explores the different ways that science, genetics, and social factors all play into causing an addiction or substance abuse disorder. This episode also discusses treatment options and how treatment for substance abuse disorders works. Mind Maladies is now partnered with the Alan Hu Foundation! Be sure to check them out at alanhufounda…
 
This episode discusses, very briefly, the content covered in "Frontal Fatigue: The Impact of Modern Life and Technology on Mental Illness" by Dr. Mark Rego and its implications on modern life. Amazon link to purchase Dr. Rego's book Be sure to check out Alan Hu Foundation's upcoming webinar! Register for it here. Also make sure to check out the Min…
 
Dr. Andreas Akert explains the generalized symptoms of ADHD and the needs of those with ADHD. He helps to understand what it actually feels like to live with ADHD to help people start to empathize with those with ADHD. Be sure to check out Alan Hu Foundation's upcoming webinar! Register for it here. Also make sure to check out the Mind Maladies Pod…
 
Collège de France Année 2021-2022 Philippe Sansonetti Comment s'arrêtent les pandémies Après deux ans d'évolution, la pandémie de Covid-19 poursuit sa progression planétaire. Des vagues, maintenant soutenues par l'apparition de variants génotypiques de SARS-CoV-2, se succèdent. L'accroissement de la transmissibilité du virus, sans exacerbation de s…
 
Dr. Nishant Goyal discusses the extent to which COVID-19 has truly impacted patients and the system as a whole. In addition, he explains how he approaches situations when patients open up about any mental health issues they are suffering from. Also make sure to check out the Mind Maladies Podcast at mindmaladies.com…
 
On this episode, Dr. Lindsey Bruett, a psychologist at UCSF, discusses eating disorders and how misconceptions regarding eating disorders can deprive those suffering of proper treatment and healthcare. In addition, this episode aims to provide resources, both local and national, to anyone who needs it. Also make sure to check out the Mind Maladies …
 
In this episode, Dr. Lorrin Koran explains the implications and causes regarding OCD. He is a former professor at Stanford University whose research focuses intensively on OCD and pharmacotherapy. Mind Maladies is now partnered with the Alan Hu Foundation! Be sure to check them out at alanhufoundation.org and register for their upcoming webinar! Al…
 
This episode aims to decrease the stigma surrounding autism by going into some of the specific things that people with autism struggle with that most of us don't even think about. Our guest on this episode of the podcast is Suzanne Gregg, an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) who works with children of all ages that have autism. In this epis…
 
This episode focuses on treatments, specifically TMS and ECT, for mental illnesses. It also goes into some of the structures of the brain that are affected and even the stigma surrounding these treatments. You can find more of Dr. Smith at smithpsychiatry.net Also make sure to check out the Mind Maladies Podcast at mindmaladies.com…
 
Dr. Stephen Hinshaw is a world-renowned psychologist known for his contributions in combating the stigma surrounding mental health. Today, we delve deeper into some of the reasons behind this and their destructive effects. Be sure to check more of his stuff out at stephenhinshawauthor.com Also make sure to check out the Mind Maladies Podcast at min…
 
Dans le chapitre 15, mon corps se manifestait à travers une seconde poussée. Mais, pour la première fois, je cherchais un autre moyen d’en sortir, plutôt que de passer par le conventionnel traitement sous bonus de cortisone. On me proposa d’essayer l’acupuncture et le résultat fut au-delà de mes espérances : je récupérais entièrement en une dizaine…
 
Dans le chapitre 13, j’entrais dans la phase de Colère. Je vivais mal ce trop plein d’émotion, le fait de n’avoir aucun interlocuteur direct envers qui décharger cette Colère. Un sentiment d’injustice m’envahissait et je ne trouvais aucun moyen de pouvoir libérer toute cette négativité.Por Ma Meilleure Ennemie
 
Dans le chapitre 12, toujours en plein Déni, je continuais mon stage, ne tenant compte d’aucune des recommandations que m’avaient donné les médecins. Je sentais que quelque chose me retenait, de nombreuses émotions cherchaient à sortir mais je tenais bon et ne laissais rien transparaître. C’était comme un couvercle posé sur une marmite bouillonnant…
 
Dans le chapitre 11, en plein déni, je retournais en Italie, poursuivre mon stage. Je repartais, la tête pleine des recommandations faites par le neurologue (ne pas être fatiguée, ne pas s'exposer à la chaleur ...). Je racontais alors la façon dont je les suivais.Por Ma Meilleure Ennemie
 
Dans le chapitre 10, je sortais tout juste de la phase de Choc et entrais doucement dans la période de Déni, fuyant ainsi le diagnostic qui avait été posé. Je présentais les différentes formes de SEP. La mienne étant sous une forme dite rémittente, j’avais retrouvé l’usage complet de mon corps. Seule persistait cette nouvelle épée de Damoclès au-de…
 
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