Boston University College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences:
Sargent College

Boston University College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College

Webcast & Video Archive

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Webcast & Video Archive

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There are a variety of topics for these webcasts and videos. The webcasts generally run between 45 minutes and 1 hour in length, and the videos are much shorter in length.

Amanda: Recovery is the Road

Amanda is an individual in recovery, who tells her story of returning to meaningful work after her career was disrupted by her mental health condition.

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Bruce: Back in Control

Bruce is an individual in recovery, who tells his story of returning to meaningful work after his career was disrupted by his mental health condition.

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Tracy: Overcoming self-stigma

Tracy is an individual in recovery, who tells her story of returning to meaningful work after her career was disrupted by her mental health condition.

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Lee: Hope is multi-faceted

Lee is an individual in recovery, who tells her story of returning to meaningful work after her career was disrupted by her mental health condition.

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Keith: Finding a career path

Keith is an individual in recovery, who tells his story of returning to meaningful work after his career was disrupted by his mental health condition.

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Beyond the Shadows of Stigma

The essence of the Photovoice experience through interviews with participants and through highlights of the works they created.

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Abriendo Caminos en tu vida: A Culturally Competent Rehabilitation Readiness Guide

The process of rehabilitation readiness, as designed at the Center helps consumers feel more confident.

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Recovery 202

Judith Chamberlin addresses “What is Recovery?” How the concept developed within the consumer/survivor movement.

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Principled Leadership in Public Mental Health

Leaders in public mental health must assume many roles, deal with many constituents and answer to a variety of funding.

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Colloquium on Health Promotion for People with Psychiatric Disabilities

Studies have found a high incidence of serious co-morbidities and premature mortality among individuals.

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Integrated Treatment for Dual Disorders

Substance abuse in persons with severe mental illness is a common problem for many consumers.

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The Decade of the Person

Creating an analogy related to the poem “Mending Walls” written by Robert Frost, Dr. Anthony’s keynote.

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Recovery Vision: New paradigm, new questions, new answers

In the last century it was believed that people with severe mental illnesses could not recover.

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Helping Populations Progress Through Stages of Change

A scientific revolution is occurring in the field of behavior change. This revolution involves a shift from…

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