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  • Blue Cross Blue Shield CEO on Health Care
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    Blue Cross Blue Shield CEO on Health Care

    Scott Serota, Blue Cross Blue Shield president and CEO, spoke at the Detroit Economic Club about health care. Topics included health insurance, prescription drug costs, and innovation in…

  • emThe Rabbit Effectem
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    The Rabbit Effect

    Columbia University Psychiatry Professor Kelli Harding talked about her book, The Rabbit Effect: Live Longer, Happier, and Healthier with the Groundbreaking Science of Kindness, in which…

  • Psychological Impact on World War I Pilots
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    Psychological Impact on World War I Pilots

    Author Mark Wilkins examined the psychological impact of World War I aerial combat and the disorder known as “aeroneurosis,” a nervous condition brought on by flying. He also talked about…

  • Administration Officials Testify on Migrant Children Mental Health Needs
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    Mental Health Needs of Migrant Children in Custody

    Jonathan Hayes, the director of the Health and Human Services Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), testified about the mental health needs of migrant children being held in the agency’s…

  • Senator Cornyn on Gun Background Checks
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    Senator Cornyn on Gun Background Checks

    Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) spoke about the gun background checks bill and improving mental health treatment. He said he is willing to work with anyone in the Senate to come up with…

  • Washington Journal Rep Susan Wild Discusses Mental Health Legislation
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    Representative Susan Wild on Mental Health Legislation

    Representative Susan Wild (D-PA) talked about her push for mental health care legislation in the wake of her partner’s suicide earlier this year.

  • emWeve Been Too Patientem
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    We've Been Too Patient

    Contributors to We’ve Been Too Patient: Voices from Radical Mental Health--Stories and Research Challenging the Bio-Medical Model read selections from this book of essays and poems on the mental…

  • emMansonem
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    Jeff Guinn talked about his book, Manson: The Life and Times of Charles Manson, in which he recounts the life of cult leader Charles Manson. The author interviewed members of Manson’s…

  • Bassey Ikpi on emIm Telling the Truth But Im Lyingem
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    Bassey Ikpi on I'm Telling the Truth, But I'm Lying

    Bassey Ikpi spoke with Book TV about her forthcoming book, I’m Telling the Truth, But I’m Lying, her upcoming memoir focusing on her mental health care.

  • Washington Journal Paul Gionfriddo Discusses Mental Health Care in the US
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    Paul Gionfriddo on Mental Health Care and Violence

    Paul Gionfriddo of Mental Health America discussed mental health care amid suggestions that better mental health screenings would decrease gun violence. The program began with a two-minute…

  • Washington Journal Ronald Honberg Discusses Red Flag Laws
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    Ronald Honberg on Red Flag Laws

    Ronald Honberg, National Alliance on Mental Illness senior policy adviser, talked about red flag laws. Red flag laws, also known extreme risk protection orders or gun violence restraining…

  • Washington Journal Stephen Rodrick Discusses the Suicide Epidemic
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    Stephen Rodrick on the Suicide Epidemic

    Rolling Stone senior writer Stephen Rodrick discussed his piece “All-American Despair” looking at the suicide epidemic, particularly in the western U.S. This program is part of a “Washington…

  • VA Secretary Robert Wilkie Address National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
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    Secretary Wilkie on Veterans and Homelessness

    Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie spoke about the need to address homelessness and suicide among the veterans population. His comments came during remarks at the National Coalition…

  • Youth Mental Health and Suicide Risk
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    Youth Mental Health and Suicide Risk

    The Congressional Black Caucus hosted a discussion on mental health stigma in African-American communities, ways schools can better identify and address students' mental health needs, and actions…

  • Washington Journal Angela Kimball Discusses Mental Health Awareness
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    Angela Kimball on Mental Health Awareness

    Angela Kimball talked about the state of mental health amid some insurance carriers making it difficult to receive care. May is Mental Health Month.

  • Washington Journal Patrick Kennedy and Robert Gebbia Discuss Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention
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    Former Representative Patrick Kennedy and Robert Gebbia on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

    Former Representative Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) and Robert Gebbia, CEO of American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, talked about mental health awareness and suicide prevention.

  • Veterans Homelessness Event Introductory Remarks
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    Veterans Homelessness Event, Introductory Remarks

    Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie talked about veterans homelessness and working with non-profits to address the issue. In this portion, Charles Ciccolella delivered introductory…

  • Washington Journal Jayne ODonnell Discusses Rising Teen Suicides  Access to Mental Health Services
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    Jayne O'Donnell on Rising Teen Suicides and Access to Mental Health Services

    USA Today reporter Jayne O’Donnell discussed teen suicide in the U.S. and the role of mental health services in stemming the increase.

  • Washington Journal Julia Bascom  Allison Ratto Discuss Autism Spectrum Disorder
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    Julia Bascom and Allison Ratto on Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Autistic Self Advocacy Network’s Julia Bascom and Allison Ratto of the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders discussed Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). April is Autism Awareness Month.

  • Law Enforcement and Mental Health Officials Testify on Proposed Gun Legislation
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    Mental Health and Gun Legislation

    Law enforcement and mental health officials testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee about proposed legislation that would allow federal courts to either temporarily or permanently…

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