Posts tagged therapy.

Have you ever?

Have you ever been to Inpatient treatment? What was your experience like? What was it like coming home

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FREE Self-Harm Recovery Workbook - from Kati Morton 

The stigma and lack of knowledge surrounding self-injury is one of the reasons I started to make videos. Recovery is possible, self-injury is a mental health issue that I frequently work on with my clients. Cutting, burning, hitting or otherwise injuring oneself is a coping mechanism. In this workbook, I show you ways to overcome and lead a healthier life. You can and will get better, but you have to want it, you have to work on it. Let’s do this together :) I know that therapy can be expensive and often is not even available in certain places.

I have been working on the Self-Harm workbook for about 8 months.  Watching channels by friends of mine on YouTube like Laura LeJeune and IDranktheSeaWater showed me that there was a place where I could help. I hope you enjoy the workbook. I’d love to hear from you about how you are using it.

xoxo Kati

LINK TO SELF-HARM WORKBOOK:

http://www.katimorton.com/sh-workbook-vol-1-sign-up/

The 4 MUST Do's of ENDING THERAPY! Mental Health Videos with Kati Morton ›

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I feel like I’m the parent in my family, but I’m the child!!! Help!! Website/YouTube Wednesday! #KatiFAQ

CLICK TO WATCH: "What are INTRUSIVE thoughts?" SHORT VIDEO

REBLOG & CLICK THE PHOTO TO WATCH:  What is Trichotillomania (hair pulling disorder) & how do we deal with it? Mental Health Videos with Kati Morton 

This is an impulse control disorder in which a person pulls their hair out. This can be hair on your head, eyebrows, eyelashes or anywhere else on your body. The most common are those on our heads, mostly because they are easy areas to get to. People do this when they are active and at rest. The only anxiety that is associated with this is right before the hair pulling or if they try and stop doing it. I hope this video helps you better understand it :) 

Here is today’s Q&A video!! Has some great info! I hope you like it :) xox

New Video is up!!! I hope you like it!! I answered 5 Questions today!! xoxo 

New Tumblr Tuesday is up!! I hope you like it! Thank you so much for your questions!! Keep them coming! xoxo 

I'm Attached To My Therapist!! Help! Twitter Thursday! #KatiFAQ ›

I’m Attached To My Therapist!! Help! Twitter Thursday! #KatiFAQ

1. When in recovery how do we know what is most important to treat if we have multiple diagnosis? MDD, PTSD, and BPD for example.

2. I’m attached to my therapist, and I am not so sure what to do. she’s so nice and caring, nobody else is like that to me! I don’t know what to do. All I know is that I’m going to end up even more upset and not see anyone else. Any tips/advice? Thank you:) oh and how is to possible to be attached so soon? Like I haven’t seen her that many times.

3. since I started self-harming badly (leaving big scars) I have only had one intimate relationship, which didn’t really last 2 long. Opportunities have come to get into new relationships but I’m too scared because I really wouldn’t want to let them see my scars (and cuts) in case they laughed and left or told others, any advice? Should I just stay single forever? 

4. What’s the difference between recovering or recovered?

Journal Topic:

Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it. —Charles R. Swindol

*MONDAY* - Mental Health Monday - http://goo.gl/Qv6dF5 

TUESDAY - Tumblr Tuesday Vlog #KatiFAQ - http://goo.gl/79fMfa

WEDNESDAY - Website & YouTube Vlog #KatiFAQ - http://goo.gl/CIp9b9

THURSDAY - Twitter Thursday Vlog #KatiFAQ - http://goo.gl/kL7ZjX

FRIDAY - Facebook Friday Vlog #KatiFAQ - http://goo.gl/kjYLeR

LIVE BROADCAST! Rawsammi & Kati talk about Bipolar, Mania and YouTube ›

Watch now! :) 

Will My Therapist Tell My Parents Everything?!? Tumblr Tuesday! #KatiFAQ (by Kati Morton)

LIVE BROADCAST - HERE! ›

Live Broadcast with  starting NOW! 

What are my treatment options? YouTube Wednesday! (by Kati Morton)

Collaboration series! Understanding Your Loved One’s Eating Disorder