Women’s Mental Health: A Bio-Psycho-Social Approach by Prof. Jayashri Kulkarni

Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre, Prof Jayashri Kulkarni delivers an insightful and intriguing talk about women’s mental health. The following aspects are covered in this talk.
Why women and mental health?
Advances in treating women’s mental health
Complex trauma disorder
Violence against women
What is a complex trauma disorder?
Symptoms of BPD/CTD (Borderline Personality Disorder and Complex Trauma Disorder)
Relationships between abuse/stress and CTD
Graded impact of abuse on mental health
Cortisol and memory
Stress and hormones in women
Biology of BPD/CTD
Biology of stress induced by abuse/trauma
Early stress and its impact on mental health
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Stress response and neural circuitry

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7 thoughts on “Women’s Mental Health: A Bio-Psycho-Social Approach by Prof. Jayashri Kulkarni

  1. Do they still deal with bicycleists informing the general authority of the local clown with a collection of possible ditties that could make up the image of a farthing at the centre

  2. Borderline personality should be changed to traumatic split disorder. Everything was so bad you split from your core self due to ptsd. There two of the same. Not just hysterical woman’s issues.

  3. I am not a doctor, just a 38 yr old mom going through premature menopause and struggling with depression and anxiety.
    Your talks are very informative and gives me a lot of hope.

  4. FIRST DO NO HARM: We have objective findings now associated with ECT by TBI specialist in notes. This is also used in some situations of dementia and autism. It is a way to manage behavior as if one were kicked in the head by a horse. It is used in pregnancy, on children, and on our Veterans. There is an increase in suicidal thoughts and suicide following ECT. Please inform yourself of this procedure. If your child has had ECT there are no time constraints to file for medical malpractice.

    Electroshock or ECT has no FDA testing for safety or even effectiveness. Devices have never had pre-market approval before the FDA. Based on electrical mechanism of trauma CA. courts have proved brain injuries at minimum. Electrical trauma can evolve years out to include CTE and ALS. National product liability suit taking place and medical malpractice firms interviewing for suit. Two suits also filed against the FDA. We have also approached for discrimination and fraud/false claims suits. ECT no longer just used for depression nor as a last resort. It is battery of patients. This is a women’s rights issue as well. Women mostly impacted and secondary to TBI one becomes less effective in life. Inform yourselves. See ectjustice now owned by firms participating in national suit. Consent is fallible. Actual structural brain changes result from this and that is certainly missing from consent but not from their research. We need many more firms to hear from patients. You have a known mechanism and you have a known and anticipated outcomes in ALL populations. This is what all trauma is based on and this is purely trauma.

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