Tag Archive | #UniversityofWashington

#JamesDonaldson On #MentalHealth – Why Do #Teens Engage In Self-Harm? Clinical #Psychologists Explain How To Help #Teens Reduce Their Emotional Distress

#JamesDonaldson On #MentalHealth – Why Do #Teens Engage In Self-Harm? Clinical #Psychologists Explain How To Help #Teens Reduce Their Emotional Distress

Kevin Kuehn, PhD Student in Clinical Psychology, #UniversityofWashington and Kevin King, Professor of Psychology, #UniversityofWashington Emotions are tricky things. They allow for humans to fall in love, wage war and, as it turns out, engage in self-harm. It is hard to imagine an era in which young #adults were more distressed than today. Recent #CentersforDiseaseControlandPrevention […]

Tune In and Listen, Saturday, March 26, 2022 at 10AM(PST) to Standing Above The Crowd with James Donaldson with Special Guest, Former NBA and University of Washington Basketball Player, Eldridge Recasner

Tune In and Listen, Saturday, March 26, 2022 at 10AM(PST) to Standing Above The Crowd with James Donaldson with Special Guest, Former NBA and University of Washington Basketball Player, Eldridge Recasner

Join James Donaldson on Standing Above the Crowd sports talk radio show Saturday, March 26, 2022 at 10am (PST) Special Guest Former NBA and University of Washington Basketball Player, Eldridge Recasner Listen to the show live at 347-205-9631 or Call in and submit your questions to the live show at 347-205-9631   Eldridge Recasner brief […]

#JamesDonaldson On #MentalHealth – We Must Normalize #Mental-HealthDays

#JamesDonaldson On #MentalHealth – We Must Normalize #Mental-HealthDays

By Ko Im Special to The Times Where’s the joy? The recent holidays were not a vacation for so many but a scramble for tests. The omicron variant had us all preoccupied in one way or another, with delays and cancellations, compounding stress to our already deep-seated convictions that divided us at the dinner table or in […]

#JamesDonaldson On #MentalHealth – How #Stigma Prevents People From Accessing #MentalHealthCare And What Can Be Done About It

By Hannah Furfaro Seattle Times staff reporter The #MentalHealthProject is a #SeattleTimes initiative focused on covering #mental and #behavioralhealthissues. It is funded by Ballmer Group, a national organization focused on economic mobility for children and families. The #SeattleTimes maintains editorial control over work produced by this team. In the days after Jennifer Stuber’s husband Matt died […]

#JamesDonaldson On #MentalHealth – Access To #MentalHealthCare Is Lacking In Washington’s #Rural Corners. Here’s How People Are Finding Help

By Hannah Furfaro #SeattleTimes staff reporter A few months after Kristina Rasmussen’s 7-year-old was diagnosed with #bipolardisorder, he experienced one of his worst manic episodes: The boy was inconsolable as he tore through the family home, hitting himself, knocking over furniture and breaking picture frames. Rasmussen counts the ways the health care system failed her son […]

#JamesDonaldson on #MentalHealth – Taking Care Of #MentalHealth, Preventing #Suicides Critical During #Pandemic

BY KATHRYN ALTENAHandmade signs posted to a tennis court fence are set to greet future patients at a temporary field hospital for #coronavirus patients on an adjacent soccer field in Shoreline, Wash. Historically, during times of economic downturn and recession there has been an increase in #suicides. Feelings of #hopelessness and periods of disconnection, increases in […]

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