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"c. director behavioral health" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"c. director behavioral health" Discussed on KTOK

"Pair of 50 pin place talking with Dr Gayle Wayland Hobson, licensed psychologist for 40 years and is in private practice now in Norman, But the former medical director of behavioral health at Mercy Hospital were talking about to tell the truth. And they serenity. Prayer was one of the ways that I decided to live it forward because it's Dr Gale says Live forward learn backward, and this program is called lived forward dot net. Not any time. You can go to live forward dot net and communicate with Dr Hobson or before the program is over. Tonight, she will give out her phone number where you can reach her as well. So, Dr Hobson. What way? Shall we go now? Yeah. Thank you Go in. And thank you for mentioning the years I spent as medical director behavioral health because I tell you, those were those were wonderful years, I I had the opportunity to learn so much. During those years, I was around emergency emergency room in the ICU and Floors and multiple families who were really in crisis because anytime you're in the hospital, you're in a crisis. And so you know, I learned a lot. And I appreciate you mentioning that and there was one more thing that the doctors were talking about that I'm listening to you, and I think it makes sense and that is for all of us to be aware of denial. You know the old denial, which is so easy to do with this virus in that has to do with while I don't have any symptoms. I am really not around anyone who has symptoms or anyone else. I am healthy. It will be okay. And you know those were all denial with this virus because number one we know people are asymptomatic, better spreaders. Right? Yes, I'm listening. So we really have to weigh have to put our our logical cap on and say, Don't live in denial over this. We We all want to live through this next few months. We've got a few dark months here. We all all the bed and sadly, we've lost many, many people already right here in Norman, so we don't want to lose anymore. So let's not get into Nile and let's Um, remember, that was kind of things that are very easy to repeat to each other. And and let's let's think then through going forward this next few little bit of time we have together. Let's talk about The truth. And I did think about that show to tell the truth because I remember just loving it when I was a kid. So some of the questions that came up as I thought about this question of truth telling Is the difference between and we will talk about this a little bit later, but the difference between saiga a pathological lie. Um back to that extreme and maybe what we would all call wildlife. And so we'll talk about the difference. And I, In fact, they even discuss that with my consulting group this week, and we had thoughts about what is a white lie. And don't we all do that. But some of the questions that maybe we should ask ourselves when we're thinking about lying is one question would be win was the last time Glen that you lied. Won't put you on the spot. Well, the thing about as I used to teach about White lies is generally people you use white lies to avoid hurting someone's feelings. It's what they're thinking. Yes, good, good part of it. And maybe even inappropriate white line. Yes. Might be you get into an elevator with people you don't know. And someone across from uses. Oh, how are you today? And you know you're having a horrible day. Instead of Telling a stranger who really doesn't want to hear all that. What a horrible day you're having You sound fine. How are you? That's technically a white life. One of my favorite examples for my students was Ask my husband. Do I look fat in these jeans? Yes. Your husband. Very smart s O. Is that a white line? Yeah. Would tell a white lie, of course. Know that white color is very flattering, Gwynne. Oh, I just love white jeans. That's a That's a white lot. Answer. Is that white lie answer, right? Yeah. Great. And, you know, sometimes your social social appropriateness tells us when you tell a white lie, but you know, as a parent and grandparent, you and I both helped our Children through the years. Learn the difference between That white lie and a lie. That really would matter. So we, you know, way have to kind of walk through that as we mature and learn what What is the truth? The difference was between the truth. And not telling the truth. And so you know, when we get asked questions like like tough questions like When was the last time you cried or what is your biggest fear? Or what fantasy do you have? Or what is the worst? Selby question? What is the worst thing you ever did in your life? Wow. It would not be a hard question. That is a hard question. Yeah, for all of us. Every one of us has a bet Everyone has something that we would weigh shouldn't down in there that that is that? And so you know, we we have to learn that sort of social Um, uh, balance, uh, that that we present in front of the world and at the same time have this deeper character issue, which is called Truth telling. And really, when you think about what the truth is, it's not an alternative fact. We talked to that alternative fax this last few years. It's not an alternative fact. Truth is a verify, verifiable a verified and or really indisputable fact or proposition or principle, and that would be like a mathematical truth. You know in in an actual existence, if if something is round, it's not square. Right? Right. It's just not square. It's round and that's a physical. Physical fact. And so that's one degree of truth telling, you know, even though you know you remember reading Plato when you were In college..

Dr Gayle Wayland Hobson Um medical director Norman Dr Gale Mercy Hospital Nile asymptomatic private practice Glen Gwynne Selby
"c. director behavioral health" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"c. director behavioral health" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"We're not out of the woods yet there's still plenty of hope and optimism will come out of this stronger than ever before newsradio eight forty WHAS good morning six forty three now forty eight we are headed up to sixty eight breezy rain developing later today Scott that's W. chill check could be no in the control room coming up top of the hour will Clark from the swatch kids gonna join us Natalie with this is what we're talking about a special Kentucky what would have been a special Kentucky Derby day here at newsradio eight forty WHS we'll talk about that and much more meanwhile it is child abuse and child abuse month and it's an important time especially amongst the Kobe nineteen pandemic once so secret that April is child abuse month and one of the things that really draws attention to that is something like the covert nineteen pandemic we're seeing some numbers coming out on child abuse and during the pandemic and with us this morning to talk about that is Kelly gill Gillooly whose director behavioral health outreach it yourself peace hospital Kelly good morning thank you for taking time to join us on this is a critical topic especially this month should be every year by the way what are you saying during this covered nineteen outbreak yeah thanks for having me we're seeing a lot of children that are struggling with depression and anxiety and same for adults and were really conspired because there's not as many years and I being laid on children at this time with the increased isolation so we're concerned that there's going to be a large object and child abuse and neglect cases coming in talking with Kelly Gillooly she's director behavior health outreach at Yeovil peace hospital in talking about child abuse the on this not only child abuse month but during the Cold bid nineteen not breaking Kelly looking at some of the numbers from back in March that had come out they seem to have decreased when we went to this stay at home or shelter in home why the decrease in the numbers well we know that typically the people that are making reports to the child protective services hotline our school personnel which option but includes like a school counselor and mental health practitioner a new system principal or principal other reporters sometimes our medical personnel or you know you as a coach or you know someone that is the leader of an extracurricular activity while kids are out and about right now they're home they're isolated so there's lots of years left I'd be lying on the children there's a lot of people being able to make reports we're talking about child abuse and this child abuse month of April and and effects of child abuse in the covert nineteen pandemic in Kelly Gillooly director behavioral health out reach for you about peace hospital joins us this morning Kelly I know that both Kentucky and Indiana condonation why leaders in child abuse out where do we see this trend going in the future based upon what you're saying well we're concerned that there's going to be an increase and cases after you know when things start to calm down and hopefully we all start to resume normal life and hopefully my orders and what they can there's going to be a lot more cases about things that have gone undiscovered for within the last couple months the concerning thing is bad child abuse and neglect it's not always obvious obvious signs and symptoms that include excessive or unexplained bruising things like that things that are more subtle or things like that child is free to go home are they run away a lot there frequently left unsupervised other signs could be you know sexually acting out which is kind of an appropriate for the child H. and again those are going unnoticed or unanswered right now we're concerned that Lamar all out and about again and kids are more visible that were gonna starts maybe see a lot of that absolutely important topic Kelly Gillooly with you about peace hospital joining us now to talk about child abuse during a covert nineteen pandemic in Kelly let's say somebody is listening to us now they have an inclination they think somebody's being abuse whether it's a neighbor friend or even a family member what do you recommend they do we recommend that if you see something say something were all mandated reporters at the grocery store or if you've noticed your neighbor and you notice something that's concerning report it and it's really easy to make a report and you can make a record anonymously if you're concerned about that you can go to states that if you start work sponsored by because their charities that's got a lot of great resources on there it has the information I have the phone number how you can report you can also report online you can submit it electronically if you feel more comfortable doing that fascinating conversation here with Kelly Gillooly whose director behavior health outreach you'll L. peace hospital in let's transition for a second Kelly out of maybe the children and let's talk about this could be a trying time for adults that are living with domestic violence and violence in the homes what can you say to them what can you recommend maybe somebody's listening that knows somebody that's in a household that the living with domestic violence and adult what can they do the difficulty right now is that people are don't have an outlet so when they're they're cooped up in the isolated that can increase anxiety coping skills depression and so therefore we know sometimes that the ripple effect and increases no is it can increase domestic violence substance use all types of concern I would say if you know the doctors struggling or if you don't reach out and I'll be there for the you know give me a phone call facetime you know ask if they need support you know a lot of people are concerned right now about how they're gonna pay their next bill is how they're gonna take care of their children and how are they going to feed their children HM it says there's a lot of things going on right now so ask if they need help or how how can you support them and what we're telling adults and families is that there is hello there's a lot of outpatient therapy offices and agencies that are offering tele health and tele fight there is support there so don't be afraid to reach out and ask for help fascinating that was gonna be my next question Kelly they can obviously reach out to you there it yourself peace hospital correct yes that's correct broke open twenty four seven and it's important I want people to know that our investment in both worlds better we offer no charges last month you don't even need an appointment you can come over this same day walk into our stuff but for center get a note charges last night we offer inpatient crisis stabilization and we also offer outpatient programs as well if that's appropriate and it's never wasted anyone's time because after the assessment if if you don't need to be admitted into the hospital over to dissipate and one of our adult outpatient child adolescent outpatient program will provide resources so if someone could be so like you know what what model you start without patient therapy calculator in healthcare will provide resources and get you connected wish we could talk longer but it is child abuse prevention month in it of course is draws further attention because of the culvert nineteen outbreak a big big tip of the hat to all be there you'll LP's hospital thank you so much Kelly per sheet that thank you yeah I demi thanks Kelly because you know I mean listen it's so refreshing to hear mental health and we've said this before the show come to the forefront and sort of breaking that stigma of asking for help in thanks to folks like Kelly and Dr Charles Pember ten you'll feel free to reach out to doctor who is a frequent guest on the show and certainly a member in good standing with all of us here and that is if you're experiencing anything anything at all whether it's child abuse whether it's your own mental health please reach out to folks because there are a ton of resources where you can get the help there you go you're up to date now newsradio eight forty WHAS now the D. 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"c. director behavioral health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"c. director behavioral health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yes he is look in about the eleven eight eleven of seven hundred W. I. W. late in the our we will hear from caricatures ski use in New Hampshire and we will take a look at you know the funding from last night where things wrapped up how things look and in the meanwhile closer to home we have this crazy trans gender bill that some people actually don't like it amazes me that you have to go so far as to put this bill out there the idea here is that the you could not treat somebody medical interventions for someone under eighteen who is transgender or believes that they believe that they are you know trapped in the body of the opposite sex and for the most part you're treating with puberty blockers which from what I understand are largely reversible it's the largely part of this that I kind of question I don't think somebody who hasn't hit puberty yet and I can't believe I have to explain this to myself or anybody else I don't believe that someone who has yet to hit puberty is in a position to make the decision before they've even gotten to puberty as to whether or not they are trapped in the body of the opposite sex the opposition to this comes from well psychiatrist who tend to believe these kids know what they're talking about apply point to one example and it's the only long term study ever done the pointed this out before I get to get out of I have to remember the numbers they fall they tracked people through their mid thirties who believed that they were trans gendered when they were younger as in either pre pubescent or before they were eighteen years of age eighty three percent of them realized it was a phase in some cases they were gay in some cases they were not but they were not trans gender eighty three percent were thankful that nothing was done medically to intervene it's the only study done long term of people who had this belief that they were trapped in the wrong body based on that why would you take the word of somebody particularly pre pubescent if those the only ones we know of are glad nothing was done and said it was a phase why would we assume it's not a phase for everybody else so the idea here would be its it stops and children's hospital has a unit for trans gendered use there's several children's hospitals throughout Ohio who have them and we have one right here in town I read about it in the past but the the big criticism here come from a doctor Scott Liebowitz sees as a kite is medical director behavioral health at Columbus is nationwide children's hospital and he said the the pits the Hippocratic oath against the law there's a double standard completely withhold form of known beneficial medical interventions for this population when we provide medical interventions in treatment for youth in other medical related areas said these procedures the Ohio bill was back like citizens for community values are used to be Cincinnati based on a Columbus based and Erin bear the group's president said the government should intervene when children are in danger and I don't know how much danger you're in if in fact the puberty blockers are largely reversible may would stop somebody you know she's a girl would stop her from growing breasts I would have to read everything that they do I to me we've almost gotten to the point where we've crossed into never never land that we even have to discuss things like this and I don't know how much of this boils down to just adults who can't say no to children seems to be part of it children craving attention seems to be another part of it and we didn't really have the trans gender issue until somebody made an issue of trans gender is in school and all of a sudden there was this big me too me too me too yeah me too me too me too all of a sudden the number of people just coming out of the woodwork there's nothing about you know something is in the water that caused all these trans gendered kids to come along at the same time I mean people who are my age or say my daughter's age certainly once they became adults and they felt they were transgendered they would have transferred they didn't so when you have a whole wave of them coming along at the same time at a point in time people really like the idea of standing out in the crowd perhaps and I'm firmly believe that's what's behind maybe ninety percent of this I can make up my own number I think that's what's behind ninety percent of this and it amazes me that you even need a bill like this was one pending in Kentucky as well and may be Indiana I think I read this but does it is for disease control prevention found that about around two percent of high school students identify as transgender thirty four percent of transgender youth of attempted suicide in the last twelve months a recent survey of more than twenty thousand trans gender adults from people who receive gender related medical treatment as teens were less likely to have suicidal thoughts in ten states have bills like this banding banning gender related medical treatment for teens say organizations that track trans gender legislation in between this and the idea that men who trans two women and then he'll play in women's sports is the other one where have you all lost your minds the story of a guy and this is an ultimate fighting I guess he transit trains to a woman and just beats the snot out of women and breaks their bones and he's hailed as a hero for having the courage to transfer mailed men to women and these women are saying I've never been dominated like that in the ring in my life this is this is nuts and he is called he now she is called a hero for having the nerve to get in the ring and beat the hell out of women no I would save a slightly built woman transitive mail and got in the ring with men and beat the snot out of them that's a hero not the other way around but like I said the world is upside down and those of us who seem to notice it's upside down are the ones who are crazy it's like living in Hooterville it is a green acres and if you're too young for Greenacres go look it up everybody is so not to the one same guy in town thinks he's the crazy one that's what this is come to this is green one big green acres from coast to coast and in much of the surrounding planet your thoughts five one three seven four nine seven thousand or eight hundred.

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