Broadcasts/Podcasts
From her personal experience as both a recipient and a provider of mental health services, Dr. Noonan explains how to obtain care from professionals, outlines what medical options are available, and lists everyday things people can do to feel better. Integrating medicine, psychology, and holistic care while exploring the basics of mental health, Noonan touches on diet, sleep habits, physical activity, and mindfulness techniques.
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One in ten Americans suffers from chronic insomnia. Many receive sleeping pills and over-the-counter sleep aids at an annual cost of over 40 billion. What are we buying, how is it working, is it working, do we have options? 
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It's not something we tend to think about - but it is something that happens much too often.  Children ending their lives. Should children be asked if they are contemplating self-harm? What could lead children to experiencing such potentially life-ending despair?
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As critical as healthy sleep is to us all, is as critical as it is that we understand what we use to assist us with our sleep. Listen to this conversation and take your questions to your prescribing physician.  You deserve to take an active role in your treatment! 
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A silent epidemic in the United States is imperiling our health and threatens to bankrupt our healthcare system: overmedication. Today, one-third of all adults take two or more prescription drugs, and half of all seniors take more than five daily. This book―the first of its kind―tackles the epidemic overuse of prescription drugs.
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American kids are living in a world of ongoing public debates about race, daily displays of racial injustice, and for some, an increased awareness surrounding diversity and inclusion. In this heated context, sociologist Margaret A. Hagerman zeroes in on affluent, white kids to observe how they make sense of privilege, unequal educational opportunities, and police violence. 
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In The Opposite of Hate, Kohn investigates the evolutionary and cultural roots of hate and how incivility can be a gateway to much worse. Sally travels to Rwanda, the Middle East, and across the United States, introducing us to former terrorists and white supremacists, and even some of her own Twitter trolls, drawing surprising lessons from dramatic and inspiring stories of those who left hate behind. “The opposite of hate is connection.
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Most of us can recall a time when we pretended to be sick to reap the benefits that go along with illness. By playing sick, we gained sympathy, care, and attention, and were excused from our responsibilities. Though doing so on occasion is considered normal, there are those who carry their deceptions to the extreme.  Dr. Marc Feldman describes people’s strange motivations to fabricate or induce illness or injury to satisfy deep emotional needs. Dr. Feldman, with the assistance of Gregory Yates, has chronicled this fascinating world as well as the paths to healing.
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Power struggles between parents and teens are nothing new, but chronic control battles are destructive to teen development as well as the entire family. According to psychotherapist Neil Brown, these battles occur as the result of self-perpetuating negative relationship patterns. Chock-full of powerful and easy-to-use evidence-based tools, this book will help you understand and end the painful tug-of-war with your teen and foster a peaceful and loving home environment.
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A silent epidemic in the United States is imperiling our health and threatens to bankrupt our healthcare system: overmedication. Today, one-third of all adults take two or more prescription drugs, and half of all seniors take more than five daily. This book, written by today's guest, Dr. Jennifer Jacobs―the first of its kind―tackles the epidemic overuse of prescription drugs."  This conversation is likely to truly be eye opening for you and those you care about.
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