Inclusive culture in schools transforms communities | Heidi Heissenbuttel | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Kirstie Neo Reviewer: Ilze Garda Imagine. Imagine that schools recruit children who have the most different thoughts and behaviors. Imagine that children who learn differently are considered children with special rights. Imagine that educators have all the tools and strategies they need to meet all the needs of the learners in their classroom. Imagine […]

OSHO: Individual Intelligence – A Danger to Society

presents Individual Intelligence – A Danger to Society No society wants you to become wise – it is against the investment of all societies. If people are wise they cannot be exploited. If they are intelligent they cannot be subjugated; they cannot be forced into a mechanical life, to live like a robot. They will […]

Honoring Indigenous Cultures and Histories | Jill Fish | TEDxMinneapolis

Translator: Ivana Krivokuća Reviewer: Peter van de Ven [Speaks in foreign language] Good evening everyone, my name is Jill Fish, and I’m from Skarú:rę’ Kayeda:kreh, the Tuscarora Nation. Before I begin, I want to acknowledge that the land that the call center is built upon, the land that we’re all standing on, are the traditional […]

Paradigm of Reality – Right Action, Individualism and Selfishness in a Collective Society

On the topic of logic as your core value, and using right action mind sets, to fuel your mind: How do we integrate this belief and way of thinking into society? Me and Jae, we talked about how preserving the collective organism (which is society) is the only way forward. But the contrast was made […]

What is Community Mental Health?

Hi my name is Liz. I’m the chair of the Community Mental Health program at CIIS and I want to tell you a story about psychotherapy and social justice. It starts like this, once upon a time there was a big, wide river with two villages next to it. Upstream and downstream. And in downstream […]

When mental illness enters the family | Dr. Lloyd Sederer | TEDxAlbany

Translator: Katarina Ericson Reviewer: Denise RQ Thank you for joining me. We’re here together because we share a common interest and concern, and that’s helping a loved one with a mental illness get the kind of care that’s going to make a difference in their life, and that of their family. I’m talking about a […]

Official trailer: FAR FROM THE TREE by Andrew Solomon

When I was born deaf, my mother cried. She really did not see a future. The doctor said he would never amount to anything, his mental capacity would be little to none, and you should probably give him up and think about adoption. I really didn’t even know that something was going on, that there […]

Altruism and Smarter Societies: Ben Wright at TEDxChiangMai 2013

Translator: Ciucu Ana-Maria Reviewer: Angela Fato So today I’d like to talk about something that’s very personal to me. I love lemurs. (Laughter) Now, it’s not their big yellow eyes, or their bushy tails or even their kung-fu ninja stances that make me love them so much. But it’s a certain aspect of the behaviour […]

Looking At The Family Tree

YOU DON’T GO AROUND WHEN YOU’RE A CHILD AND AN ADOLESCENT; YOU DON’T GO AROUND DIAGNOSING YOUR FAMILY. YOU HAVEN’T THE INCLINATION OR WHATEVER. YOU JUST NOTICE THAT SOMEBODY’S MAYBE A BIT STRANGE, A BIT MOODY. SO I CERTAINLY NOTICED THAT MY FATHER WAS, AT TIMES, VERY OUTGOING AND OVER THE TOP AND INAPPROPRIATE AND, […]

What’s the difference between ‘Race and Ethnicity’ ?

It’s good for us to dial back a little bit and get into this topic by beginning by talking about two key terms of race and ethnicity now we’ve talked about this , Marquita and I that these two terms get used almost synonymously, as if they mean the same thing, but they do not. […]