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How To Protect Your Children From Cyber Bullying

Dr. John Huber (www.mainstreammentalhealth.org) is the Chairman for Mainstream Mental Health

Stories Covered This Week Include:

Cleveland Facebook Killer Kills Self In Erie & Disturbing Trend of Facebook Live Violence Sweeps America 

More Americans Suffering From Stress, Anxiety & Depression, Study Finds 

More Americans than ever before are stressed, depressed and anxiety-ridden, and many are unable to get the help they need, a new study suggests.

Prince William and Lady Gaga Join Forces on Mental Health Issues

Prince William and Lady Gaga may seem like an unlikely pair to share a cup of tea, but the two have joined forces to encourage young people to talk about mental health issues.

Guest: 

Donna Clark Love is an internationally recognized expert and trainer in the areas of Bully Prevention.  Donna has been featured on the NBC Today Show and the NBC Evening News to highlight successful prevention/intervention programs and also has been interviewed and featured in Forbes Magazine. Some of her credits include developing and facilitating substance abuse and violence prevention programs for fifty-three schools in a large metropolitan school district in Houston, Texas. People Magazine interviewed Donna for a “Cyber Bullying” article and featured her in the March 2005 issue as an expert in this field.

Are There Mental Health Benefits of MDMA?

Mainstream Mental Health Radio with Dr. John Huber

GUEST: Matthew W. Johnson, Ph.D.

 

MDMA which is commonly known as ecstasy may have a much greater purpose beyond being an important aspect of rave events nationwide. Our guest today on Mainstream Mental Health radio is Matthew Wayne Johnson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus. Dr. Johnson has studied the therapeutic effects of the psychedelic compound psilocybin in the treatment of addiction, and in the treatment of cancer-related anxiety and depression. He has also studied Psychopharmacology of psilocybin, salvinorin A, and other psychedelics/hallucinogens. 

WEBSITE OF INTEREST – http://psychedelicscience.org/conference 

Dr. Johnson based on your research, do you think that MDMA provides any medicinal purpose in treating people with mental health disorders?

How does MDMA affect the brain and basic cognitive function?   

How can Post Traumatic Stress be perceived on MDMA and can MDMA cause a person to have a permanent shift in perception on their PTSD?

Why do you think that MDMA and other psychedelics are being slowly embraced by the medical community as legitimate means of treatment?

Do you think that there is a danger of using MDMA as a form of treatment – as the individual could become addicted to it?

How would you compare regulated MDMA to anti-depressants in terms of their short term and long term effectiveness or harm? 

Mainstream Mental Health Radio with Dr. John Huber

 

Stories covered today include: Benefits of Teaching Children to Hunt 

Gun safety

Knowing how to safely shoot and handle firearms is an essential skill for people to learn.  By teaching your children to hunt, you’ll be teaching them skills that will teach them to respect guns, not fear them.  

Gaining confidence

Learning about wild game their patterns and habits (natural science), taking that knowledge applying it, adding shooting skills and patience, all the things that must come together to get that first buck.  That amount of empowerment and accomplishment is not easily duplicated.  Teaching life skills about preparation, hard work and determination.

Responsibility

Hunting teaches respect for laws as they gain knowledge about game and land management. Establishing a strong character to make a good citizen. I will never forget watching my 11-year old daughter watching a beautiful 14 point buck walk within 40 feet of her as she watched that buck through her night scope.  

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Featured Guest: Bob Prichard

Is Texting Making Us Stupider? Nearly everyone spends their day texting, tweeting and emailing people, even Donald Trump, our Commander in Tweet. While we may anticipate that sometimes we could be making better use of our time or be better off communicating face to face, few of us know that we

could be risking our brain health. Our guest today is Bob Prichard. Prichard runs the Somax Performance Institute where for over 40 years he has been helping athletes improve their efficiency and flexibility.

Mainstream Mental Health Radio

Dr. John Huber is Host of Mainstream Mental Health Radio

Stories covered today includ:

 Why Millennials Are Struggling With Mental Health At Work

Americans do not take mental health seriously enough. According to the NIMH, as many as 45% of mental health cases go untreated in this country, at a total potential cost of $147 billion per year. These statistics are devastating and also not widely known — but they’re not terribly controversial. What is controversial — or at least uncomfortable — is the idea that millennials suffer from more mental health issues than any previous generation. This challenges some of the common assertions that millennials are entitled, lazy and lack a work ethic or respect for The Dollar.

What Chelsea Manning teaches us about the U.S. military’s mental health crisis

Outside the newly christened Stewart Lee Udall Federal building in Washington, D.C., the air was crisp, but inside, President Barack Obama was glowing. Surrounded by top staff and military leaders, the president signed into law a bill that would eventually repeal the U.S. military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy (DADT), which had for 18 years banned gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military. 

Our guest today is Renee Jones author of the new book “What’s Really Eating You? Overcome the Triggers of Comfort Eating.”. Ms. Jones welcome to the program.

 

 

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