Let's Talk: Mind, Body, Spirit

Let's Talk: Mind, Body, Spirit

Join the innovators at Sierra Tucson as they discuss relevant topics impacting mental and behavioral health. Our doctors and clinicians will explore thought provoking issues that impact you or a loved one.

Episodes

July 27, 2021
Everyone uses defense mechanisms. When we use them unconsciously, it is to protect ourselves from negative thoughts or feelings. So you might ask “Isn’t it a good thing to have defense mechanisms?” To answer this question and more is Tom Cleereman, Director of Outpatient Services at Sierra Tucson.
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Through education we put ourselves in a much better position to become an ally to those who are non-binary. Why would you we want to do this? To answer that question and more, we have David Cato, Clinical Director at Sierra Tucson. He is a certified Transgender Care Therapist and knows how important it is to consider the gender spectrum during treatment.
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There are many unique challenges that licensed professionals face – personally and professionally. When these individuals struggle with substance use disorders or mental health issues, their treatment plan must not only address their individual needs, but those of their licensing board.
There are many unique challenges that licensed professionals face – personally and professionally. When these individuals struggle with substance us...
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Measurement-based care is a much needed paradigm shift in the behavioral health field that involves the systematic collection of data to monitor treatment progress, assess outcomes, and guide treatment decisions, from initial screening to completion of care.
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March 31, 2021
The birth of a baby is usually a time of immense joy, but some women experience mental challenges before, during, or after pregnancy.

Is it Baby Blues or Post-Partum Depression?
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The US Department of Veteran’s Affairs reports that about 6 of every 10 men (or 60%) and 5 of every 10 women (or 50%) experience at least one trauma in their lives. Camille Drachman, Director of Clinical Education & Specialty Programming at Sierra Tucson explains, for those seeking or providing treatment, why trauma-informed care makes all the difference.
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Mike Gaziano shares his insight on healthy family dynamics and the importance of boundaries.
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November 18, 2020
Dr. Jasleen Chhatwal discusses mood and anxiety and shares tips on how to own your mental health.
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Dr. Donnie Sansom discusses alcohol use, what are the underlying causes that create this disorder and how do we address them.
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David Cato discusses trauma-informed care and the role of integrative services.
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Maureen Schwehr discusses trauma and the gut to brain connection.
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Camille Drachman discusses how Sierra Tucson cares for their own healthcare workers.
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Listen in as Bennet Davis, MD discusses the best ways to cope with Coronoa Virus while in recovery.
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Trauma is not a disorder, but a normal adaptation and response of the nervous system to psychological trauma.
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