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Christine Moutier MD
lover of people, fighter, suicide prevention advocate
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diaTribe Jun 21
Teens are facing more stressors than ever — what are the resulting emotional effects? We’re looking forward to learning more from ’s , ’s , + ’s Charlie + Hannah Lucas @ this evening.
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Christine Moutier MD Jun 22
Enjoyed getting to know Ann of , Ron-Li of , and Peter Yaro with , during our panel! So many personal stories shared today & an engaged audience that is ready to .
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Christine Moutier MD Jun 21
Thank you Hannah and Charlie of for sharing your powerful story tonight and to for bringing us together!
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Barack Obama Jun 19
Outside the Oval Office, I kept a painting of a small crowd huddled around a pocketwatch, waiting for the moment the Emancipation Proclamation took effect. On Juneteenth, we celebrate the anniversary of that news - freedom - reaching slaves in Texas. And something more:
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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Jun 19
Providing safe, stable, nurturing environments for children can help protect them from Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Explore ’s Preventing ACEs training and learn more about proven strategies to stop ACEs before they start.
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David Brooks Jun 17
Moral formation is not like learning math. It’s not cumulative; it’s inverse. It’s through the sins and the ensuing repentance that moral formation happens. We try not to judge people by what they did in their worst moment, but by how they respond to them.
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Jun 18
Be patient with your growth. Recovery takes time.
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Stamp Out Stigma Jun 17
June is ! Our culture doesn’t always leave space for men to express inner struggle. These men are trying to change that 👉
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Jason Kander Jun 13
This is my story. Please don't hesitate to reply with yours.
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Christine Moutier MD Jun 14
This is so important. The trend of increasing suicide risk among African American boys and young men must be addressed!
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Opportunity Agenda Jun 13
A new study shows that film and TV animation severely lack representation of women - and even more so, women of color. Fortunately, w/ this info, we can develop better strategies for greater inclusion
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Christine Moutier MD Jun 13
This is leadership TY . Inclusion means diverse voices at the table, makes it safe to speak out, and promotes a culture of safety and respect . So important for many reasons including and .
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Christine Moutier MD Jun 12
people CHECK THIS OUT. One of few evidence based suicide risk reducing treatment for ppl at risk.
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Christine Moutier MD Jun 12
Huge fan . TY for your life saving work . And hugs to for making sure we saw this!
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Jill Harkavy-Friedman Jun 11
For all of us, sometimes what seems like a little thing makes the biggest difference. Words matter.
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Jun 11
Our AFSP Advocates are on Capitol Hill today advocating for suicide prevention and mental health policies! Support their efforts by taking action at
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Jill Harkavy-Friedman Jun 10
“We need to change behavior and not just what we think. We need Cognitive Behavior Therapy for our nation.” -
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Jeff Thompson, Ph.D. Jun 10
To the police executives I spoke to tonight- checking in on an officer that you might think is suicidal, depressed or in crisis could seem daunting. Here are some tips from my great friends at
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Washington Journal Jun 10
Patrick Kennedy () on mental health in his family, "My family's no different from anyone else & we kept it quiet & silent & we felt that it was a character flaw & a moral failing if you had addiction or alcoholism, if you had depression"
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Christine Moutier MD Jun 10
TY and for your partnership and leadership to change our nation re the mental health crisis we are in! We fully support and can’t wait for the change all our communities and families need!!
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