Dr. Dan Siegel - On Disorganized Attachment in the MakingDr. Dan Siegel, Mindisght expert discusses Disorganized Attachment in the making.
Mental Health DiagnosisLinea talks about her personal experience with a diagnosis of bipolar, the fears of being labeled, and the importance of the diagnosis when it comes to finding appropriate treatment.
Dr. Dan Siegel - On Ambivalent AttachmentDr. Dan Seigel talks about 'Ambivalent Attatchment' in regards to a infant's hunger and his or her mother's reaction and how the infant's mirror neurons neurologically react.
Psychiatric Diagnoses: No Science, No CuresPsychiatrists openly admitting at the 2006 APA convention that they have no scientific tests to prove mental disorders are illness or disease, and that psychiatric drugs do not cure anyone.
Cultural Context Important in Psychiatric DiagnosisGlorisa Canino, Ph.D., discusses her work with Puerto Rican children in the Bronx. When diagnosing these children, psychiatrists need to be sensitive to the cultural environment in which they live.
Dr. Dan Siegel - On Disorganized Attachment
Is there value in a psychiatric diagnosis?From ADHD to binge eating, celebrity worship syndrome to sex addiction, new types of mental illness are increasingly in the public eye. But what is mental illness? Are we in danger of medicalising normal human behaviour or offering recognition and treatment to those whose suffering would once have been ignored?
Dr. Dan Siegel - On Optimal Attachment
The Reliability of Psychiatric DiagnosisDiscussion with Steven Sussman, Ph.D - Child and Adolescent Psychologist Co-Founder of the Child and Teen Success Centers in NY and NJ
Why Make Mental Health Diagnoses - Dr. Robert GordonDr. Robert Gordon describes how diagnoses can help therapists help their clients. This is a short segment from a 6-hour program titled, Making Diagnoses: Comparing the DSM-5, ICD-10, & PDM.