Emily Acker, Kimberly Young discussed on The Weekly Check Up

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Emily Acker and Kimberly young from hillside a mental health community that focuses on you and we are despite lanes and Landis healthcare marketing experts so Kimberly Emeli talked a little bit and her comments about what is the difference in features is the focus on teaching and I don't think I certainly don't know enough about it for many of our audience I'm guessing it's the first time they've heard what is the B. T. N. and why does how is it different from other approaches to mental health care sure that's a great question and I think the best way to describe that you had back to describing it foundation and explaining that he was a valid by Marcel lending hand and back in the nineteen eighties her because she was using cognitive behavioral therapy which is a form of whiskey he granted off but basically focuses on it eighteen error in our cognition Marcel anything I was working with patients that were extremely suicidal having multiple suicide attempts and self harming and begins to try to figure out a way that he could at that changing her patients because all of the contestants and about being more discussion with sided camped or the through a final thought that were occurring health card that was occurring so she began to develop through all of her research and theory dialectical behavior therapy which focuses gave there a way to kind of use real life situation to help the client ms Cole or words re what they were working so I dialectic aren't using that can exist at the same time that are complete for example one maybe I want to I want to die and I want to live so marshalling hand again working with her patient to try and figure out a way how they learn skills to use on a daily basis the end of their life to begin to regulate their emotions decreased their impulsivity and we began to find kind of the middle path between the dialect and the sweetness you dialectic Quindlen individual can then be that budget that can occur at the same time and then they can find the middle path he remained state does great in that validation treating this extreme to a title without arms tell it really go ahead no so unfortunately I think there's a lot of thought around that the kids these kids just end up on drugs that that's the solution they just need to see a psychiatrist and you don't drop their and and so is their drug therapy involved it with this is is an alternative to has something like this always been done concurrently with drug therapy is drug therapy never been the solution for these kinds of problems but I want to get into that drug therapies because certainly that I think there is that almost believe that the only way I can see the psychiatrist is if they get they're prescribing the drug right gore is such a great question and in fact high three that you know in my training treating mental health and in the philosophy at held side we believe that medications are used mostly.

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