MindEd on Mental Health | CBT Podcast show

MindEd on Mental Health | CBT Podcast

Summary: This podcast is about overcoming anxieties, whether big or small. The truth is we expect too much from ourselves, and if we don’t keep up, we feel frustrated or depressed. Whatever it is, tell yourself, “Hey, I’ve had enough! It’s time to get on with my life.” Join Coach Aileen on The MindEd on Mental Health | CBT Podcast every Thursday for bite-sized pieces of advice and inspiration to help you reframe the way you think and flip negative thoughts that eat up on you. Uncover anxieties that cloud your mind to gain clarity towards life. I expect nothing from you. Just sit back and listen.

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 What is depression? | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 702

DISCLAIMER: This podcast is a safe space to share experiences and tackle issues related to mental health. It is meant not to work as intervention or replace any treatment option. Should you feel that you are suffering from any mental discomfort, it is necessary to seek professional help from mental health professionals.  If you're worried that you're depressed, see a doctor or a mental health expert right away to get help. It is true that there are a variety of online tools for diagnosing medical and mental health conditions, but they are not always reliable. Defining what is depression and 7 types of depression. If you are interested to have CBT session email us on mindedcbtpodcast@gmail.com or visit our Website aileenangcbt.co Connect with Coach Aileen: Facebook: @meanttomatter Instagram: @aileenang If you are interested to have CBT session email us on mindedcbtpodcast@gmail.com or visit our Website aileenangcbt.co Resources: 1.American Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Washington, DC. 2.Depressive Symptoms Among Young Adults In the Philippines: Results From a Nationwide Cross-sectional Survey. (2021, January 2). Depressive symptoms among young adults in the Philippines: Results from a nationwide cross-sectional survey - ScienceDirect. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/p ii/S2666915320300731. 3. 7 Types Of Depression You May Not Know About. (2021, January 13). Verywell Mind. https://www.verywellmind.com/common-types-of-depression-1067313.

 All About CBT Part 2 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 393

DISCLAIMER: This podcast is a safe space to share experiences and tackle issues related to mental health. It is meant not to work as intervention or replace any treatment option. Should you feel that you are suffering from any mental discomfort, it is necessary to seek professional help from mental health professionals. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the world's fastest growing psychotherapies. Clients learn to identify and modify negative thought patterns that affect their moods, behavior, and emotions. One of the most important abilities in CBT is helping clients see the link between everyday experiences, ideas, feelings, actions, and the body. Learn about the various conditions that can be treated with cognitive behavioral therapy. Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of using CBT. Connect with Coach Aileen: Facebook: @meanttomatter Instagram: @aileenang If you are interested to have CBT session email us on mindedcbtpodcast@gmail.com or visit our Website aileenangcbt.co Reference: 1. Gregory, B. (2013). CBT Skills Workbook. PESI Publishing & Media. 2. Hofmann SG, Asnaani A, Vonk IJ, Sawyer AT, Fang A. The efficacy of cognitive behavioral therapy: A review of meta-analyses. Cognit Ther Res. 2012;36(5):427-440. doi:10.1007/s10608-012-9476-1 3. How Cognitive Behavior Therapy Works. (2021, May 7). Verywell Mind. https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-cognitive-behavior-therapy-2795747. 4. Pros & Cons Of CBT Therapy | The CBT Therapy Clinic – Nottingham – West Bridgford. (n.d.). Pros & Cons of CBT Therapy | The CBT Therapy Clinic – Nottingham – West Bridgford. http://www.thecbtclinic.com/pros-cons-of-cbt-therapy. --MINDEDONMENTALHEALTHCBTPODCAST

 All About CBT Part 1 | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 373

DISCLAIMER: This podcast is a safe space to share experiences and tackle issues related to mental health. It is meant not to work as intervention or replace any treatment option. Should you feel that you are suffering from any mental discomfort, it is necessary to seek professional help from mental health professionals. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the world's fastest growing psychotherapies. Clients learn to identify and modify negative thought patterns that affect their moods, behavior, and emotions. One of the most important abilities in CBT is helping clients see the link between everyday experiences, ideas, feelings, actions, and the body. Learn about the various conditions that can be treated with cognitive behavioral therapy. Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of using CBT. Connect with Coach Aileen: Facebook: @meanttomatter Instagram: @aileenang If you are interested to have CBT session email us on mindedcbtpodcast@gmail.com or visit our Website aileenangcbt.co Reference: 1. Gregory, B. (2013). CBT Skills Workbook. PESI Publishing & Media. 2. Hofmann SG, Asnaani A, Vonk IJ, Sawyer AT, Fang A. The efficacy of cognitive behavioral therapy: A review of meta-analyses. Cognit Ther Res. 2012;36(5):427-440. doi:10.1007/s10608-012-9476-1 3. How Cognitive Behavior Therapy Works. (2021, May 7). Verywell Mind. https://www.verywellmind.com/what-is-cognitive-behavior-therapy-2795747. 4. Pros & Cons Of CBT Therapy | The CBT Therapy Clinic – Nottingham – West Bridgford. (n.d.). Pros & Cons of CBT Therapy | The CBT Therapy Clinic – Nottingham – West Bridgford. http://www.thecbtclinic.com/pros-cons-of-cbt-therapy. --MINDEDONMENTALHEALTHCBTPODCAST

 Self - Diagnosis | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 375

DISCLAIMER:  This podcast is a safe space to share experiences and tackle issues related to mental health. It is meant not to work as intervention or replace any treatment option. Should you feel that you are suffering from any mental discomfort, it is necessary to seek professional help from mental health professionals. Self-diagnosis is the process of gathering data about oneself in order to evaluate whether or not one is ill. Self-diagnosis is not advised for a number of reasons. The results of a professional diagnostic will provide you with a blueprint to follow as you strive to achieve optimal health. You may browse this directory of mental health facilities, services, and organizations from around the Philippines: the https://mentalhealthph.org/directory/ or check the mental health resources available at http://www.silakbo.ph/help/ Connect with Coach Aileen: Facebook: @meanttomatter Instagram: @aileenang aileenangcbt.com podlink.co/ho0 References: 1. Alhusseini N, Banta JE, Oh J, Montgomery S. Understanding the use of electronic means to seek personal health information among adults in the United States. Cureus. 2020;12(10):e11190. Published 2020 Oct 27. doi:10.7759/cureus.11190 2. British Columbia Medical Journal: BCMJ. Risk of online self-diagnosing: Cyberchondriacs. Updated March 2013. 3. Cyberchondria - GoodTherapy.org Therapy Blog. (n.d.). GoodTherapy.org Therapy Blog. https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/psychpedia/cyberchondria. 4. Thatcher, T. (2021, January 12). Danger Of Self Diagnosis.https://highlandspringsclinic.org/blog/dangers-of-self-diagnoses/.

 Breaking The Stigma of Mental Health | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 362

DISCLAIMER: This podcast is a safe space to share experiences and tackle issues related to mental health. It is meant not to work as intervention or replace any treatment option. Should you feel that you are suffering from any mental discomfort, it is necessary to seek professional help from mental health professionals. In this episode, you will learn about: What stigma is Where stigma is coming from Three things a person with depression can do right now to boost self-esteem and increase tolerance to stigma What family members, friends, and mental health professionals can do to ease the burden of persons who are subjected to  stigma When it comes to breaking the social stigma on mental health, there are tons of professional advice written in books and resources on the internet. The truth is, these pieces of advice are easier said than done. The severe impact of social stigma transcends race, social status, religion, and gender preferences. More than a mindset problem, it is rather systemic in nature. Oftentimes, the burden on the person suffering mental health issues is aggravated by social stigma leading to more serious complications. The fact is that stigma is a massive social issue that should be addressed through public awareness, advocacy, and collective action. In this episode, Coach Aileen gives light on the stigma affecting persons undergoing mental health issues and shares a doze of actionable advice; because friends, family and health professionals within the inner circle can do so much to help increase tolerance on the so-called stigma. You may browse this directory of mental health facilities, services, and organizations from around the Philippines: the https://mentalhealthph.org/directory/ or check the mental health resources available at http://www.silakbo.ph/help/ All the information about the people involved are shared in this podcast with their approval and written consent. Connect with Coach Aileen: Facebook: @meanttomatter Instagram: @aileenang aileenangcbt.com Links and resources mentioned: Meant To Matter Life on the Line CCF PMHA

 Three Good Things That Happen When You Ask for Help | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 360

DISCLAIMER:  This podcast is a safe space to share experiences and tackle issues related to mental health. It is meant not to work as intervention or replace any treatment option. Should you feel that you are suffering from any mental discomfort, it is necessary to seek professional help from mental health professionals. In this episode you will learn: Five reasons why people don't seek professional help Three reasons why you should seek help In this digital age, there are a lot of resources when it comes to mental health. Hotlines and online consultations are also available 24x7.  But what’s really keeping people from seeking professional help and why should they? In this episode, you will learn why people shy away from getting help when it comes to mental health. Knowing these reasons will help encourage them to do so. Let’s not wait till it causes more difficulties in life before seeking help. The sooner they get addressed, the better the outcomes. Listen to Coach Ai every Thursday for an enlightening episode that’s all about you. Connect with Coach Aileen: Facebook: @meanttomatter Instagram: @aileenang aileenangcbt.com

 Meet Coach Aileen: Mind Health Coach | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 466

DISCLAIMER:  This podcast is a safe space to share experiences and tackle issues related to mental health. It is meant not to work as intervention or replace any treatment option. Should you feel that you are suffering from any mental discomfort, it is necessary to seek professional help from mental health professionals. Listen to this episode to know Coach Aileen better: How  it all began for her in counseling The influence of faith, education, and environment in her counseling career Her pursuit to level up to serve more people having anxiety and depression A relentless desire to increase her sphere of influence in the mental health space to reach out to more people during this pandemic, specially the silent sufferers Are you one of the many people who choose to deal with depression and anxiety silently on their own? Someone passionate about helping people in this situation is reaching out to you through her podcast. In this episode, get to know Coach Aileen or “Coach Ai” as she shares her journey as a CBT coach and why she started this podcast. Opening up about fears and anxieties is not a walk in the park, yet there is a process of how you can get out of the rut. Know who Coach Ai is and her advocacy for people in mental distress. Listen to her every Thursday for an enlightening episode that’s all about you. Connect with Coach Aileen: Facebook: @meanttomatter Instagram: @aileenang aileenangcbt.com

 Challenging The Narrative Around Mental Health | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 125

DISCLAIMER:  This podcast is a safe space to share experiences and tackle issues related to mental health. It is meant not to work as intervention or replace any treatment option. Should you feel that you are suffering from any mental discomfort, it is necessary to seek professional help from mental health professionals. Tune in to The MindEd on Mental Health CBT Podcast every Thursday for a new episode that tackles the common beliefs on mental health, societal pressure, and how to approach healing and transformation even if you are on your own. This podcast is for people who are coming to terms with depression and anxiety and anything in between. Going through the journey towards mental clarity and enlightenment is easier when you are not alone.

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