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Webinars for Journalists


Journalism Fellowship Webinars With Katherine Kam, Jim Gilmer and Julio Cesar Ortiz

Journalism Fellowship Webinars With Melissa McCoy - Q&A

A Multi-Dimensional Look at Mental and/or Substance Use Disorders, their Treatment & Recovery (Entertainment Writers)


#Entertainments: Treatment & Recovery

Our esteemed panelists will discuss the importance of utilizing fair, correct, and respectful terminology in stories that include prescription drug abuse, substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, mental illness, and those individuals who are affected by them. They will shed light on their experiences, both first-hand and professional, during an interactive webcast that will focus on the power that entertainment writers can have in reducing the discrimination toward people seeking treatment or in recovery from behavioral health issues.

 

A Multi-Dimensional Look at Mental and/or Substance Use Disorders, their Treatment & Recovery (Journalists)


#Journalists: Treatment & Recovery

In our interactive webcast series for journalists, our respected panelists share their thoughts and practices in being accurate and authentic when working on the topics of prescription drug abuse, substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, mental illness, and those individuals who are affected by them.  All participants address their life experiences, from professional to first-hand, while focusing on how journalism has the ability to change how the public perceives behavioral health issues through increased understanding and reduced stigma and discrimination.

 

Google+ Hangouts


#HopeIsAlive: Media Influence On Suicide

  • Moderator: Dan Leveille
  • Half of Us & Love Is Louder: Noopur Agarwal from MTV
  • Trevor Project: Laura McGinnis, Communications Director
  • John Griffiths: National Action Alliance, US Weekly TV critic
  • Eileen Zeller: SAMHSA Lead Public Health Advisor
  • The Forge: Stephen Reedy

Picture This: Mental Health in the San Francisco Bay Area


KTVU/EIC Part 1

Picture This: Mental Health in the San Francisco Bay Area brought together influential leaders of the media and mental health community to discuss ways to promote understanding of mental health challenges through news coverage.

KTVU/EIC Part 2

KTVU/EIC Part 3

Muestra Esto


Kathleen Piché

Muestra Esto

Kathleen Piché, public affairs director for the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, talks about misconceptions concerning mental illness and ways to encourage people to seek help.

Gabriela Teissier

Muestra Esto

Gabriela 34, news anchor for Univision Los Angeles, talks about working with the Entertainment Industries Council to encourage better mental health in Latino communities.

 

Two Lives a Day Lost in L.A.


Best Practices for Reporting on Suicide

Anara Guard, Senior Project Director, Education Development Center

Best Practices for Reporting on Mental Health

Nedra Kline Weinreich, Project Manager, Entertainment Industries Council

A Producer's Perspective on Reporting on Suicide and Mental Health

David Singer, News Editor, KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

A Reporter's Perspective on Reporting on Suicide and Mental Health

Julio César Ortiz, Reporter, Univision 34 Los Angeles

A Public Information Officer's Perspective on Reporting on Suicide and Mental Health

Kathleen Piché, Public Affairs Director, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

Getting Positive Human Interest Stories into the News–Q&A Response

David Singer, News Editor, KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
Anara Guard, Senior Project Director, Education Development Center

Why Communication Matters

Stephanie Abrams, Director of Social Media, Los Angeles Unified School District

 

Mental Health for Storytellers


Dr. Robin Kay

Deputy Director of the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

Dr. Charles Sophy

Medical Director of the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services

Lisa Becker

Mental health advocate living with bipolar disorder

Lisa and Griffen Moskowitz

Mother and daughter managing mental health challenges together

Stephanie Welch

Program Manager at California Mental Health Services Authority

 

Mental Health Awareness (in Hmong)


Interviews on Mental Wellness

Segment aired on "The Hmong Report," Crossings TV