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Kinship House 111917
AN INTERVIEW WITH DENNISE KOWALCZYK WITH KINSHIP HOUSE AND DERENDA SCHUBERT WITH BRIDGE MEADOWS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH FOSTER CHILDREN AND FAMILIES.
the trauma that they've experienced in the manifestations or that it. They're depression of their anxiety years Denise had. Posttraumatic stress disorder. And that parents feel sold much more supported because they're not being an all by themselves and everybody understands their life.
Kaiser Permanente Mental Health 101517
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. HAN LIANG, CHIEF OF MENTAL HEALTH AT KAISER PERMANENTE ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF DEPRESSION AND TEEN MENTAL HEALTH.
absolutely OK so now let's turn our focus ten and talk about depression some. Tell me about depression what what is depression . Yeah sue I think of depression as a head spectrum. So on mild end. It could be you're IE having. Very difficult day having stress here is that we're having difficulties coping with. As you go higher up into this spectrum. It could it can become. Intense enough for it to impact our daily living. Folks suffering from depression might have difficulties with energy levels with motivation. Might be heard to wake up during the 3 in the morning and it
difficulty of that imbalance in the first place well maybe there was stress in your life that was distracting you from realizing that. Your shoes are imbalanced or. Mean maybe there's. You know maybe there's
in. To any. Medical visits and be able to talked about emotional stress or send fine support there. At the primary care setting. That if if somebody. Needed the heat to an up or a
AN INTERVIEW WITH ABBY GUYER, VP OF BRAND FOR CCA AND KATY MOORE, MARKETING DIRECTOR AT ENTERCOM, ABOUT CCA’S MUSIC RX PROGRAM AND HOW 94/7’S SUMMER CONCERT IS HELPING RAISE FUNDS FOR THE PROGRAM.
all diagnoses and really. The benefits of the music program our charities stress anxiety perception of pain. And at the same time increase creativity self expression comfort and well being. So are teams were closely with
Empowered & Girls Inc 043017
AN INTERVIEW WITH JENNIFER ALYSE, CREATOR AND DIRECTOR OF THE EMPOWERED EVENT, AND ELIZABETH NYE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GIRLS INC OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, ABOUT THE EMPOWERED EVENT FOR WOMEN, HOW IT BENEFITS GIRLS INC, AND THE WORK THAT GIRLS INC DOES.
healthy we have programs that teach girls everything from positive body image. Stress reduction and tips and techniques. Physical activity nutrition. In the Smart category it's all about how are we helping girls succeed academically
We were experiencing in having any. Opportunity to have tools. To decrease stress to help when anxiety . And all of the onset it's stresses of life to be able to have resources. To live more balanced and make decisions
PNW Hospice Foundation 040316
AN INTERVIEW WITH JEAN ROSENBAUM, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND J. ANDERSON, DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR WITH PNW HOSPICE FOUNDATION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO GRANTING WISHES TO PEOPLE IN HOSPICE CARE AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING GALA.
you. Where you can't afford to have a massage to help your anxiety your pain or just whatever. You know actually when we started this. And it really even know what kinds of requests the
Family Dog's New Life Shelter 032016
AN INTERVIEW WITH TASHA, FOUNDER OF FAMILY DOG’S NEW LIFE ANIMAL SHELTER, ABOUT HOW TO ADOPT A DOG AND HOW THEIR NO-KILL SHELTER WORKS.
quickly when dark come into our care action that we see that stress and anxiety diminish. That it isn't something that we're seeing. Escalates. Over time. And that it's something we see in truth that's the dog
Marylhurst Creative Arts Therapy 032016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. LAURA BEER, THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR OF MARYLHURST’S ART, MUSIC, AND CREATIVE ARTS THERAPIES PROGRAM, ABOUT WHAT CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY IS AND HOW IT HELPS PEOPLE AND THE EDUCATION PROGRAM AT MARYLHURST.
out of the shell shocked and what we call now post traumatic stress disorder. So those therapies were identified. After World War I and again after World War II put more veterans were returning home.
For Every Kid 011716
AN INTERVIEW WITH LEEANNE FERGUSON, SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL DIRECTOR, ABOUT WHAT THEIR PROGRAM IS AND HOW THEY ARE TRYING TO IMPLEMENT SAFER WAYS FOR KIDS TO GET OUTSIDE IN THEIR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD AND AROUND THE METRO AREA.
it's fairly and in in the insomnia activities. Just took a high anxiety cartel I don't know lack as the anxiety . I realize that they got old match. That exercise their. It's sort of my name. My main. But then again this thing
Northwest Functional Medicine 011016
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. CHRISTINA BERGSTROM, FOUNDER AND PHYSICIAN WITH NORTHWEST FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE, ABOUT FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE AND ITS WAYS OF HEALING.
of diseases that can cause high blood pressure heart disease diabetes obesity depression autoimmune disease everything. You know we we think sometimes oh heart disease caused by cholesterol but really it may be the stress and nation. So now we have to say what's causing the stress and inflammation. And so that's Hillary really start to look at some of those triggers that set our biochemistry out of balance so those triggers might be. You know mental stress of course plays a role in might be. Things that are body sensitive to foods that we can't tolerate well foods that
we can't seem. I'm okay. How do we then get rid of stress and inflammation. Yeah us so. We have to look at it's sort of what we call. And I collect the five pillars
diagnosis and illness and medications that we sort of forget that the stress and mental health piece of it so. We love to teach people that there are simple exercises that they can do in
NW School of Animal Massage 122715
AN INTERVIEW WITH LOLA MICHELIN, DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION AT THE NW SCHOOL OF ANIMAL MASSAGE ABOUT ANIMAL MASSAGE, THE SCHOOL, AND THE WORK THEY DO WITH OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY.
when we're working we shelter animals we think about three things. There stress or anxiety levels and how we can help with also their physical health they might be coming in from. Like you say and maybe