1. Maesu

    00:41

    from sultan chaudhry / Added

    20 Plays / / 0 Comments

    Commercial we made for class project.

    + More details
    • Maternity Care With a Heart

      02:32

      from Childbirth Connection / Added

      4,599 Plays / / 1 Comment

      Learn how Childbirth Connection is transforming maternity care.

      + More details
      • Mental Health Stigma and Mental Illness Stigma

        04:19

        from Mike Veny / Added

        5 Plays / / 0 Comments

        http://www.TransformingStigma.Com/blog In this video, Mike Veny, is delivering a presentation about the mental health stigma and mental illness stigma to raise awareness for professionals at a conference. Mike Veny is a guest motivational mental health public speaker and the founder of http://www.TransformingStigma.Com. Stigma includes stereotypes, such as the idea that mental illness is correlated with violence. Statistics show that those living with a mental illness are more likely to have a violent crime committed against them than the other way around. Employment discrimination is also a challenge for people who have a mental illness. Even in healthcare, there is mental health provider-based stigma and challenges around truly understanding the experience of clients and families. It's time to change our cultural paradigm and campaign to end stigma. Australia and Canada are the leaders in ending stigma. In Canada, the company Bell is doing an amazing job of bringing attention to the cause through it's "Let's Talk" campaign. Bell is setting a good example for how business can support mental health. Mental health stigma is also in the military (and is experienced by veterans), in the media, at work, and just about everywhere in America. Believe it or not, it exists in social work, too. In fact, it affects everyone including mental health professionals. The black community. is really struggling with stigma. African Americans are having a tough time discussing mental health openly. Despite these challenges, there is hope. NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is working hard to address the stigma surrounding minority mental health as a whole. Stigma exists in other cutures, such as the Muslim community, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Kenya, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and China. This video will give you a unique definition of stigma and some good quotes about stigma. Visit the Transforming Stigma blog for more information. http://www.TransformingStigma.Com/blog

        + More details
        • 9/6/09 Message - 40 Days of Love: Love Is Transforming

          29:55

          from Twin Cities Church / Added

          349 Plays / / 0 Comments

          Good morning! We’re so glad you’re here with us on this Labor Day Weekend. What an awesome day to be together as we kick off our 40 Days of Love series with a “Pre-view” day. When you came in today you received the Participant’s Guide which will give you all you need to make this experience rich and full of life-change. The key to this spiritual emphasis is what happens in Small Groups. If you haven’t found a Small Group yet, make sure to stop by the tent outside and the staff will be able to help. Or, you might attend the Connection Event today and get a “taste” of a Small Group. We believe the Small Group experience is essential to you getting the most out of this series. Stop by the Next Step Bookstore on your way out this morning to check out the new Pastor’s Picks for this series. As you choose which you would like, I’d like to recommend “The Hole In Our Gospel,” as my top pick. This book has given me an entirely new view of my responsibility to show the love of Christ through my actions.

          + More details
          • Metamorphosis

            01:29

            from Kevin Dupuy / Added

            138 Plays / / 0 Comments

            Senior project Fall 2012: Cinema 4D & After Effects

            + More details
            • Mons 2015 - Opening Ceremony - Show Cloe (Official vidéo)

              11:47

              from DirtyMonitor / Added

              19.6K Plays / / 10 Comments

              Date : January 2015 Place : "Le carré des Arts" - Mons (Belgium) Production : Mons 2015 Project : 360° video mapping in the courtyard of the "carré des arts" for the Opening Ceremony of Mons2015, the new European Capital of Culture. Technical : 20 video projectors for a projection surface of 4400 m² Theme : We proposed our vision of the theme of Mons 2015 : Where technology meets culture! A futurist vision of a robotic world illustrated by CLOE our central processing unit system. "Year : 10191. A technological war breaks out. Descent into the depths of a dead planet. Discover the queen of the new world, Cloe..." Video mapping : Dirty Monitor Music mix & sound FX : Dirty Monitor Technical supplier : ADC Production Light designer : François Vandermeeren / Alpha Compagny Text : Chloé Winkel Voice-over : Jeanna Criscitiello Recording voice-over / studio : "Bleu nuit" Cameraman : Denis Van cauteren Video editing : Leslie Artamonow

              + More details
              • morph exercise 001 01

                00:03

                from shaun graham / Added

                9 Plays / / 0 Comments

                + More details
                • Morphing Claymation

                  01:03

                  from Jakeb Sitnick / Added

                  67 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  A stop motion short by Jakeb Sitnick Music by Ashby Pernell

                  + More details
                  • Motivational & Inspirational Mental Health Speaker, Mike Veny - Transforming Stigma™

                    49:53

                    from Mike Veny / Added

                    269 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    http://www.TransformingStigma.Com/book-mike-veny Mike Veny is a sought after motivational and inspirational mental health speaker. He delivers entertaining, engaging, and educational experiences to conferences and events throughout the world. After suffering from a devastating mental health breakdown in August of 2011, Mike made the decision to use his speaking skills to serve others. As a person who painfully struggles with mental health challenges every day, he is committed to transforming the stigma surrounding mental health into strength. In this video, Mike presented at the St. Luke's University Healthcare Network's Laros Auditorium in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Today Mike is fiercely committed to the idea transforming the stigma into strength starts with people taking an honest look at themselves. His essential message is “Stigma starts with shame. Shame leads to silence. Silence leads to self-destructive behavior and suicide.” Mike Veny lives in New York City and speaks about workplace, corporate, elementary school, middle school, high school, college, campus, youth, and children's mental health throughout the world. He is a proud member of the National Speakers Association (NSA), Global Speakers Federation (GSF), Meeting Professionals International (MPI), and Toastmasters International. He's a big believer is self advocacy, particularly in the area of mental health. As a mental health speaker at children's events, he hopes to have a positive impact on suicide prevention for youth at risk. Mike has a great respect for psychology, psychiatry, and social work.

                    + More details
                    • Motivational & Inspirational Suicide Prevention Speaker, Mike Veny - Transforming Stigma™

                      01:12:06

                      from Mike Veny / Added

                      50 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      http://www.TransformingStigma.Com/book-mike-veny Mike Veny is a sought after motivational and inspirational suicide prevention speaker. He delivers entertaining, engaging, and educational experiences to conferences and events throughout the world. After suffering from a devastating mental health breakdown in August of 2011, Mike made the decision to use his speaking skills to serve others. As a person who painfully struggles with mental illness every day and has tried to commit suicide, he is committed to transforming the stigma into strength for effective suicide prevention. In this video, Mike was the keynote at the St. Luke's University Healthcare Network's annual mental health event Laros Auditorium in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Today Mike is fiercely committed to the idea transforming the stigma into strength starts with people taking an honest look at themselves. His essential message is “Stigma starts with shame. Shame leads to silence. Silence leads to self-destructive behavior and suicide.” Mike Veny lives in New York City and speaks about workplace, corporate, elementary school, middle school, high school, college, campus, youth, and children's suicide prevention throughout the world. He is a proud member of the National Speakers Association (NSA), Global Speakers Federation (GSF), Meeting Professionals International (MPI), and Toastmasters International. He's a big believer is self advocacy, particularly for the purpose of suicide prevention. As a presenter at children's events, he hopes to have a positive impact on suicide prevention for youth at risk. Mike has a great respect for psychology, psychiatry, and social work.

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?

                      Tags

                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."