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Am I Normal? TEENS AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH 
Suitable for students aged 13-plus, this (2007) DVD looks at the basics of good mental health, suggests coping strategies for dealing with stress, sadness and anger, and recognizing when professional help may be necessary.
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ANXIETY DISORDERS 
Humans, like many animals, posess a highly developed sense of danger in our environment. In its most basic form, our awareness of these threats is anxiety. Our "fight or flight" response can be highly beneficial, but in the 21st Century, this state of anxiety in some people can become a constant state of mind, and a real limitation to a person's ability to function well.
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COMMON PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS OF ADOLESCENCE 
This reassuring (2011) video focuses on several real teens who are struggling with some of the most common psychological problems that occur in adolescence: anxiety disorders, depression, eating disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and substance abuse disorder.
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DARK DAYS Shedding Light on Depression 
Every one of us knows what it is to feel sad and depressed occasionally, but there is a significant difference between this and clinical depression. In this excellent programme, we take an in depth look at the nature and extent of this significant health issue.
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FEARS AND PHOBIAS: Understanding Them, Defeating Them 
Suitable for young people aged 12-plus, this (2005) DVD looks at how many young people suffer from common fears and phobias. It examines the causes and suggests ways of reducing anxiety and overcoming fears and phobias. The programme helps young people to:
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HALLMARKS OF GOOD MENTAL HEALTH, THE 
This programme helps viewers recognize the six key qualities that define good mental health in adolescence -having satisfying relationships, being happy with oneís academic achievements, maintaining clear and achievable goals, being capable of delaying immediate gratification, making good choices and resisting unhealthy peer pressure.
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MENTAL HEALTH The Basics 
A personís overall mental health can be difficult to define. How we feel and the factors influencing our emotions and moods are explored in this upbeat, animation-driven programme
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STRESS - The Survival Guide 
Suitable for students aged 14-plus this (2001) DVD aims to help students control their stress so that it doesn't become distress.
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STRESS: The Good, the Bad and the Healthy 
One-third of all teens feel some negative stress on a daily basis. But not all stress is bad. A young gymnast describes how a certain amount of stress helps him perform better. Peter Montminy, a child psychologist and wellness coach, explains how too little stress makes us bored and listless, whereas too much stress can lead to burnout and exhaustion. The programme shows students the importance of achieving the right stress balance.
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Taking Control: STRATEGIES FOR COPING WITH STRESS 
Suitable for students aged 11-14, this (2008) DVD explores the types of stress experienced by teenagers, the causes and effects of stress, and ways of coping with stress. It deals with:
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