36 min

Symptom Media with Andrew Rubin & Dr. David Paltin – Episode 79 Behavioral Health Today

    • Mental Health

What if you could learn from dynamic videos with highly talented actors portraying patients with various diagnostic presentations to include a therapist, interacting with them? These visual guideposts and demonstrations could really accelerate, enhance, and increase the enjoyment of your learning process and a better understanding the mental health diagnoses that we address every day. In this episode Dr. Graham Taylor talks with Andrew Rubin and Dr. David Paltin from Symptom Media, an online mental health continuing education course collection and film library of over 600 videos available by subscription. Together they discuss bringing together mental health professionals and filmmakers together to create interesting clinical videos, how they’re being used, and the philosophies behind the portrayal of human-focused, de-stigmatizing mental health education.


 


For more information about Symptom Media, please visit: https://symptommedia.com/


Access a free trial by visiting: https://symptommedia.com/free-trial/

What if you could learn from dynamic videos with highly talented actors portraying patients with various diagnostic presentations to include a therapist, interacting with them? These visual guideposts and demonstrations could really accelerate, enhance, and increase the enjoyment of your learning process and a better understanding the mental health diagnoses that we address every day. In this episode Dr. Graham Taylor talks with Andrew Rubin and Dr. David Paltin from Symptom Media, an online mental health continuing education course collection and film library of over 600 videos available by subscription. Together they discuss bringing together mental health professionals and filmmakers together to create interesting clinical videos, how they’re being used, and the philosophies behind the portrayal of human-focused, de-stigmatizing mental health education.


 


For more information about Symptom Media, please visit: https://symptommedia.com/


Access a free trial by visiting: https://symptommedia.com/free-trial/

36 min