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substance abuse & mental health

Transcript: Yara Omar SUBSTANCE ABUSE & MENTAL HEALTH lets take a deeper look lets take a deeper look definitions S W O T mental health Mental Health "a person’s condition with regard to their psychological and emotional well-being." substance abuse Substance Abuse "overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or drugs." Is it that serious? serious matter. Disorders, which in this case include both the mental health issue and the drug or alcohol addiction have their own unique symptoms that may get in the way of your ability to function at work or school, maintain a stable home life, handle life’s difficulties, and relate to others. FOCUS AREA 1 MENTAL HEALTH 1 THE PROBLEM THE PROBLEM Roughly more than 300 million people, so that would be around 4.4% of the world’s population that suffer from depression. It is estimated that mental health conditions will affect one in four people during sometime in their lives. We are taught in school or by our families about diseases and issues whether its regarding sexual health or something else, but we are not taught about something that can consume a whole human without the proper help. Disparities abound, both between countries and particular groups. It is scandalous that 35-50% of people with severe mental health disorders in the Global North receive no therapy; but that figure roughly doubles to 76-85% for people living in the South. There are many different mental disorders, with different presentations. They are generally characterized by a combination of abnormal thoughts, perceptions, emotions, behaviour and relationships with others. DEEPER LOOK INTO ONE FOCUS ON ONE Depression is the most common mental disorder and one of the main causes of individuals being unable to function worldwide. Depression is characterized by sadness, loss of interest or pleasure, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, tiredness, and poor concentration. People with depression may also have multiple physical complaints with no apparent physical cause. Depression can be long-lasting or recurrent, substantially impairing people’s ability to function at work or school and to cope with daily life. At its most severe, depression can lead to suicide. There are also effective treatments. Mild to moderate depression can be effectively treated with talking therapies, such as cognitive behaviour therapy or psychotherapy. Antidepressants can be an effective form of treatment for moderate to severe depression but are not the first line of treatment for cases of mild depression. They should not be used for treating depression in children and are not the first line of treatment in adolescents, among whom they should be used with caution. STIGMAS SURROUNDING MENTAL HEALTH STIGMAS The Stigma of Mental Illness “Stigma refers to a cluster of negative attitudes and beliefs that motivate the general public to fear, reject, avoid and discriminate against people with mental illnesses." EXAMPLES 1. People should work out their own mental health problems. 2. Females are more likely to have a mental illness than are males. 3. Drug use is the main cause of mental health issues. FOCUS AREA 2 SUBSTANCE ABUSE 2 THE PROBLEM THE PROBLEM Drug addiction is a chronically relapsing disorder that has been characterized by the compulsive use of addictive substances despite adverse consequences to the individual and society Many people use drugs as a diversion from their reality. Drug abuse does not necessarily correspond to how wealthy or poor one is. When a mental health problem goes untreated, the substance abuse problem usually gets worse. Substance abuse affects millions of people worldwide each year. It is estimated that about 76.3 million people struggle with alcohol use disorders contributing to 1.8 million deaths per year. As is the case with some global issues, substance abuse is unfairly portrayed – the developing world, marginalized groups, and communities being the most vulnerable to this reality. The most generally mentioned drugs were marijuana, cocaine, alcohol, Amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS), opiates and volatile solvents. While in some cases people are brought up in homes where they are exposed to drugs and a negative type of lifestyle, that is not always the case of why people fall down the path of substance abuse. DRUG SUBTOPIC Prescription Drugs Almost everyone has gotten a prescription filled at least one time, and what people don't realize is some of those medications we get prescribed are potentially addictive and can be dangerous if taken inappropriately. Some prescriptions are abused in this day and age, rather than actually being used to help. In some cases, especially in the United States; legal drugs can kill more people than illegal drugs. The initiation of the use of these substances induces euphoria, reward and a state of well-being that can lead to physical and psychological dependencies. Withdrawal syndrome occurs when the individual attempts

Mental Health and Abuse

Transcript: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-(800)-273-8255 Crisis Textline: Text "GO" to 741741 National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-4-A-CHILD National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE All hotlines are free and available 24/7 Confidential unless you are being harmed Surround yourself with people who are good for you Make a list of things you're thankful for Exercise/Eat healthy Have hobbies/interests Drugs and alcohol (self medicate) Self Harm Isolation Acting Out Put Downs Verbal Abuse Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. A disorder characterized by failure to recover after experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event Symptoms vary and can come at any time Triggers What not to do Disorder where a person has uncontrollable, recurring thoughts (obsessions) and behaviors (compulsions) that he or she feels the urge to repeat over and over. 1 in 40 adults and 1 in 100 children have OCD How you can help Effects of Abuse on Mental Health What is abuse? Sexual abuse is any form of unwanted sexual activity Consent is stated not just a given Pinching, slapping, shoving, hair pulling, punching, kicking, burning Indicators can be bruising, cigarette burns, scratch marks 1/14 children have been physically abused Anxiety Feeling of worry and nervousness Affects 18% of the population Highly treatable,but only 1/3 of those who are affected seek help What to do Therapy dog Yoga Swimming Breathing exercises Music Talking!!! Having a support system Abuse and Mental Health PTSD Depression Anxiety Substance abuse Leila's Testimonial Sexual Abuse ADD & ADHD A negative defining statement told to a victim Obvious put downs and comments to undermine the victim Positive Ways to Maintain Your Mental Health OCD Coping Mechanisms A brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels and caring out day to day activity Manic or depressive episodes and their intensity vary 2.2 million people are diagnosed in the US Consent Mental/Emotional Abuse PTSD Abuse is a negative pattern of behavior used to gain and maintain control Can come in many forms Anyone can be a victim The feeling of severe despondency and rejection Most common form of mental illness One in ten young people have experienced a period of major depression You can end the stigma video Yelling, intimidation or threats, isolating, or neglect Causing a victim to feel unsafe or abandoned Depression Physical Abuse No doesn't mean: -convince me -keep asking -maybe if you get me in the mood Bi Polar Liane's Testimonial What is Mental Health Attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder hard to focus, impulsive behavior (act before thinking) and hard to sit still

Substance Abuse & Mental Health

Transcript: By Daquan Spratley, Maurice Pugh, and Norman Klawah Substance Abuse & Mental Health SUCCESS CLIMB TO BUILD AWARNESS!! 01 The Beginning Decreased interest in classes and extracurricular activities. Drastic change in grades or academic performance. Shifts in sleeping patterns or fluctuations in weight. Time spent in new social circles, especially among those who have a reputation of abuse. Withdrawing from friends or behaving in a secretive. Unexplained changes in behavior or personality. Uncharacteristic mood swings, depression or irritability. Signs of Substance Abuse & Mental Healh. CommunityTraining The only way is up! 02 About the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse such as the connection between alcohol and sexual assault, the risks of overdose, and the consequences of drinking and driving. Ways we can communicate with our students to the point where they can feel free to talk about their Health before they abuse it Substances. The signs of drug and/or alcohol abuse and what to do if they suspect they or someone they know might have a problem. Ways to prevent alcohol abuse such as resources for assistance, alternative ways to have fun, and how students over 21 can drink responsibly. Community Training Keeping the library and recreational facilities open longer. Eliminating alcohol industry support for athletics programs. Providing a wide range of alcohol-free social and recreational activities Disciplining repeat offenders and those who engage in unacceptable behavior associated with substance use Notifying parents when students engage in serious or repeated violations of alcohol or other drug policies or laws Other Strategies that Can Help Find an approach 04 Operation Meet with organizations on campus and talk about how they can help. Building a safe spae community. Plan and start hosting different events with different organizations, fraternity, etc. Keep an eye on the progress that is being made. Ideas Take Action! Make it happen! 03 C.H.I.L.L. The mission... The vision... The goal... Contact Information HOT: 1(404) 590-0348 FAX: 1(404) 215-2749 OFC: 1(404) 215-2636 ​​EMAIL: Startchill@gmail.com HEADQUARTERS Morehouse College Counseling Resource Center Sale Hall Annex 830 Wesview Drive Southwest Atlanta, Georgia 30314-3773 Website: http://wenrwd.wixsite.com/chill/firm Solutions College Guide to Mental Health 06 Many Colleges and Universities have begun to take up the task of creating guides for students on Mental health. The guide would entail all mental health disorders as well as symptoms, detailed definitions of the disorders, and emphasize those that are most prominent to the Morehouse College community. As cultural and societal norms support heavy use of substances there is no real way to elimate the problem of substance abuse, but there are ways of prevention Climate shift where underage drinking laws are suppported and enforced Minimizing Substance Abuse Many students go through their College experience ignorant in the realm of Mental Health, as a result students missclassify serious acts of behavior as just stress for a test or heartbreak when in reality these could be an anxiety dissorder or depression. Morehouse College should have an event each month tof the academic school year that highlights a mental disorde, thus raising awareness and dismissing stigma around mental health. During high times of stress ,such as mid-terms and finals, Morehouse College could send e-mail blasts of telltale signs to watch out for so students can truly have their brothers back. Events Meeting with respetive orginaztions and services at Morehouse College to begin with planning events, and creation of guide. Making sure we have a strong foundation in what everyone is supposed to be doing. Timeline - Week 1 Building awareness by spreading the word of forthcoming events and resources on Mental Health and substance Abuse, via Social Media, word of mouth, e-mail blasts, Crown Forum, Freshman Orientation and other school activties such as Hump Wednesday and Market Friday. Enforcing and supporting under age drinking laws. Week 2 Putting the plans into fruition by starting to have the events and release the guide to the public. implementing Community training so that student leaders, faculty and staff are now equipped with the righ knowledge to properly address the issue. Week 3 Monitoring Progess by surveying students before we started the intiative and routinely after it has started. Setting goals as they will help us stay clear at the task at hand. Week 4 Reach the Top Whatever it takes 05 Citations: “College Drug Abuse - Alcohol and Drug Addiction in College Students.” AddictionCenter, www.addictioncenter.com/college/. “Substance Abuse in College Affordable Colleges Online.” Affordable, www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/substance-abuse-in-college/.

Free Mental Health Therapy

Transcript: Free Mental Health Therapy In America/ AHA profits Jay. Perkins David Chimezie Antonio Garza Jonathan Rodriguez Mrs. Bush 12/9/19 Free Mental Health Therapy Medicaid Due to the increasing rate of suicide deaths and mentally unstable patients, mental health therapy and medicare should no longer be able to profit off of these unfortunate lives as most of them can't afford the help they solely need. Free Mental Health Therapy Medicaid - Federal government recieves enough money to distribute unecessary goods and items but not eough for neccessities such as free mental health treatment/therapy. -Less school shooting and murders will take place. -Boosts the economy by a minimum percentage of 2.5%. -Will build communities and disband poverty in a partial way. -Demonstrate a change in society while raising the classes. Argument Layout 1 Statistics show that less than 1/5 of mental health therapy organizations and businesses profit enough for America's federal tax dollars, whether through profit or non-profit inmounts. This shows that this is not needed as seen by the government. Profit vs Non-profit organizations 3 Although some families can afford paying for mental health therapy, a pot hole still interrputs the process of completely changing the amount of mentally impaired people in America. Problem with costs of Therapy 2 Benefits that are going to be displayed include an increase in economic groth, less school shootings, a tremendous decrease in suicide rates, and a deacrease in the promotion of drug use. Benefits 4 Background Beginning The American Hospital Association started back in 1898 and has covered mental health at prices over $1000 dollars for one patient monthly. American Hospital Association 1 Different types include: -Bipolar disorder -Anxiety -psychosis `Autism Spectrum -Depression -Panic Attack -Schizophrenia and more... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSPhc2NJA2Q Different types of Mental Illness 2 Early mental illness began in the 5th century B.C. There has been a search in fixing mental illness ever since it has first appeared in humans . Unfortunately, there is still no sure fix for it. The start of mental illness 4 The first mentally ill patient dates back to 1753 in Philadelphia with 5 other mentally ill people alongside the victim. First mentally Ill patient Problem Problem The AHA has been profiting off of mentally ill patients for centuries and the people who can't afford it. They have increased the price for mental health therapy by 14% over the last 5 years due to the high demand for treatment and help in services for mentally impaired. Profiting off of Illness 1 The sad truth is that the longer that mentally ill people wait for treatment, the higher the chance of murder and even suicide set upon by their actions. This broadcasts a lack of hope and desperateness rather than solution. From teens to adults, this happens daily in America. Victims become impatient 2 Over 56% of Americans can't afford health care and 13% of the ones who can't afford it come from the American Hospital Association. Little action results in no resolution while the system corrupts middle to lower class people in terms of money and hope. Numbers don't lie 3 The american government knows the case of mental health patients who can't afford therapy presented by these companies and decide to raise the price for it rather than decreasing the price at the least. This just goes to show how incompetent they are in terms of helping citizens who are already struggling financially. NO changes being made 4 Solution Solution The most secure way for funding Free Mental Health Therapy is to take a part in tax dollars over the summer. Tax season can endorse ways for fund raising in America for needed organizations and ideas that would not be possible to implement without tax dollars. Secure way for funding Free Mental Health Therapy There is a current estimate of 328, 661, 658 people in America. 1 % of people in America are upper class, and 50 % are middle class. If we were to take a dollar fifty from every American in between those classes, then we would raise $9,859,849.74. Raising over 9 million dollars for free mental health therapy would be more than enough . 1.50$ from middle to upper classes in America Although schools have classes for special needs students, we could still implement more to help them feel comfortable while having more freedom and room to grow as people rather then just sectioned from everyone else such as the other teachers and students. Implement in schools Distributing money well throughout districts hospitals and mental health therapy establishments can prevent any financial concerns regarding the families and treatments that will need to be made by them and the workers. Distribute to hospitals and Therapy establishments Conclusion Conclusion While regarding the costs of Mental Health Therapy and issues surrounding the topic, raising money through taxes by $1.50 by every middle to upper class American

PowerPoint Game Templates

Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... http://www.edtechnetwork.com/powerpoint.html https://www.thebalance.com/free-family-feud-powerpoint-templates-1358184 Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/msgames.htm Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from https://www.thebalance.com/free-powerpoint-games-for-teachers-1358169 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Wheel-of-Riches-PowerPoint-Template-Plays-Just-Like-Wheel-of-Fortune-383606 Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. http://www.free-power-point-templates.com/deal-powerpoint-template/ Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.

Mental Health Disorder Powerpoint

Transcript: Social Causes: Any traumatic experience, separation, lack of support, or bullying could be the social cause of MDD. If a bad experience has happened to the individual, they could carry that with them creating a stresser. The most common trigger of MDD is loss. This could be a loss of a loved one, a financial loss, etc. Psychological Causes: Neuroticism is a well-known risk factor for the beginning of Depression. By having such a negative out look on life, the individual is more likely to develop depressive episodes. Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy is probably the first recommendation for depression. The individual dealing with the disorder talks to a mental health care professional about past experiences that could be causing their depression. Another option of psychotherapy is group therapy. Group therapy connects other people dealing with this disorder in a calm setting to talk about their issues. Group therapy also helps those who need support or feel alone. Symptoms Continued Major Depressive Disorder: Five characteristic symptoms of depression lasting 2 weeks or longer. (DSM-5) Major Depressive Disorder is categorized under Depressive Disorders in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5e. I chose this disorder because I have suffered from depression myself and there are so many people who struggle with this disorder and turn to suicide because they can not control it. I wanted to further educate myself on the background of Major Depressive Disorder and to help those dealing with it. By Cassie Spangler Psychology 150 sec. 202 I have neither given nor received help on this project. I am in compliance with the Cleveland Community College Academic Honesty Policy. The work is my own and proper documentation was completed, if appropriate. In diverse cultures most of the findings are similar to the U.S., such as the female to male diagnosis ratio, developing this disorder at an earlier age, and the likelihood of substance abuse. As these statistics were recorded, you must take in consideration the majority of cases of depression go unrecognized in certain cultures. Biological Causes: Close family members of individuals with Major Depressive Disorder are at risk for developing this disorder at about 2 to 4 times more than others without MDD in their family. If you develop this disorder from a relative you are more likely to develop this disorder at an early age and also have reoccurring episodes. Nature is definitely a link in the causes of this Depressive Disorder. Your brain normally evaluates a situation and determines if it is threatening or not. Your brain then decides what you should do about it. Sometimes the brain's chemical levels stay at the same level of that stressful situation for a longer time than normal. By your brain staying in that state, Depression is formed. There is research that shows stress and resulting depression can cause structural changes to the brain. It has shown in brain imaging studies that the brain's size and functioning changes in areas such as; mood, memory, and decision making. Symptoms Statistics Continued Statistics What I found most interesting in my research was how much genetics can take a toll on developing this disorder. After learning more about MDD I advise others dealing with it to seek medical attention instead of dealing with it on your own. You are not in control of your mind and your actions. I found a really great organization on the internet that helps teens with abusive support, at risk youth, and depression support. A Human Project sends ambassadors to schools, communities, and churches to speak to children and teenagers dealing with these problems. The political, judicial, and government organization issues related to Major Depressive Disorder I found was some government organizations from different countries not funding studies for this disorder and providing the help these individuals need. *Statistics from 2013 Identify Biomedical: Biomedical treatment for Major Depressive disorder includes drug therapy, psychosurgery, and electroconvulsive therapy in severe cases. Drug therapy, or psychopharmacotherapy uses medication to help with treatment. The three main types of drug therapy for psychological disorders is antianxiety, antidepressants, and antipsychotics. Psychosurgery is surgery of the brain to treat or alleviate mental illness. The type of surgery that would be used for depression is Subcaudate Tractotomy. In this procedure the fibers connecting the orbitofrontal cortex to the hypothalamus is severed. Electroconclusive therapy is mostly the last resort if other treatments do not work. This type of treatment shocks the brain and creates new connections in other areas of the brain. The success rate of this therapy is around 80% of patients but should only be used if other treatment are ineffective. Usually a combination of psychotherapy and drug therapy is used to fully take on the disorder. Emotional symptoms: Feeling depressed

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