Hey everybody! I have an amazing special guest Dr. Alexa Altman is here to talk with us about what is trauma and resiliency. Since this is the first of many videos that Alexa and I are going to do together tell my audience a little bit about what you do… Continue Reading What is TRAUMA THERAPY? Psychology & mental health treatment with Kati Morton licensed therapist

Hey everybody! I have an amazing special guest Dr. Alexa Altman is here to talk with us about what is trauma and resiliency. Since this is the first of many videos that Alexa and I are going to do together tell my audience a little bit about what you do… Continue Reading What is TRAUMA THERAPY? Psychology & mental health treatment with Kati Morton licensed therapist

Translator: Mohand Habchi Reviewer: Daniel Cosovanu Can anyone explain to me why we spend millions and millions of dollars on educating about drug prevention, don’t take drugs because they’re bad for you. And allowing parents to worry themselves sick about will my child get into drugs because they mix in… Continue Reading TEDxNewy 2011 – Liz Mullinar – Treating the core problem of childhood trauma.

Hey everybody! This week’s video I’m going to talk to you a little bit about Narcissistic Personalty Disorder. What is it, and what do we do? So, like I said, today I want to talk with you about Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Now, our community, so many of you have requested… Continue Reading What is Narcissistic Personality Disorder? Kati Morton on NPD treatment, therapy & emotional abuse

Hey everybody, today we’re going to talk about something that has gotten a lot of chatter, and a ton of requests, and that is: body memories. What are they, and can we do anything to make them go away? Today we’re going to be talking about body memories. There is,… Continue Reading What are Body Memories? Kati Morton discusses PTSD, Assault, choking, being attacked & Body Memories

Describe what pain is. What is pain? Describing pain is really hard. Oh my gosh. I mean I guess it depends on the person and what kind of pain you’re persevering through trying to. It can be described in lots of ways. What instigated the opioid crisis is that there… Continue Reading Chronic The Invisible Pain

Long-term Opioid Therapy Reconsidered Addiction is NOT Rare in Pain Patients Brought to you by: Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing Myth: Addiction to opioids is rare in chronic pain patients who receive long-term opioid therapy. RUSSELL PORTENOY, MD So many doctors were taught in school that if patients had real… Continue Reading Opioids for Chronic Pain: Addiction is NOT Rare

Over 40 years ago, US President Richard Nixon declared drug abuse public enemy number one, starting an unprecedented global campaign, the War on Drugs. Today, the numbers are in. The War on Drugs is a huge failure, with devastating unintended consequences. It led to mass incarceration in the US; to… Continue Reading Why The War on Drugs Is a Huge Failure