Documentary on FASD: Call Me Mental

The Prevention Conversation: A Shared Responsibility Project

This short documentary on FASD features several people associated with MOFAS, the Minnesota Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.  The video was created as part of a collaboration called Call Me Mental, which is composed of artists and clinicians who want to change the attitude toward mental illness.  This video showcases the challenges of living with an FASD through the personal stories of Alex and Martin.

NEW STUDY REVEALS THAT SHAMING IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE BEHAVIOR CHANGE STRATEGY

Commentary from Dr. Carolyn Phelps, PhD
Licensed Psychologist

Uh, yeah – no. There is no such study result. Which is really too bad if you think about it. Because we certainly act like there is study after study which supports that headline. The only thing that we seem to do quicker than shame others for their transgressions, is to judge them, typically with very little information. Sometimes, we even prefer to judge with…

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