Mental Health Awareness and DeEscalation: PACER Integrative Behavioral Health

Mental Health Awareness and DeEscalation: PACER Integrative Behavioral Health

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Video by Dr. Dawn Elise Snipes on integrative behavioral health approaches including counseling techniques and skills for improving mental health and reducing mental illness.

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Signs of distress
Depression –Hopelessness & Helplessness
Difficulty concentrating
Recognize dysphoric symptoms represent an emotional reaction to
A threat (loss of a sense of safety and control– unsafe, disempowered)
Loss of something that was important

What not to say (most of the time)
I understand
Calm down
Overt invalidation (If you can talk, you can breathe)
What to say to someone who is in distress … Empathize and validate with their current thoughts and feelings (even if you do not agree)
I can see that you are feeling…
This situation feels very terrifying
I can imagine how scary it feels to not have control

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