Part of Time Warner Cable of NE Wisconsin’s “Bridging Hmong American” series aimed at helping the Hmong adjust to life in the U.S. Focuses on understanding the definition of anxiety, its symptoms and the importance of seeking help at local mental health agencies. Maenene Vangsycha of Theda Care Behavioral Health discusses how anxiety affects individuals and their family. (2000) – VHS VIDEO (27:00 - Hmong language). (Bridging Hmong American Series).
Equips Extension educators and others who work with adults to teach skills for balanced living in five key areas: time management, stress management, mindful eating, physical activity and sleep. Emphasizes the crucial roles of each of these elements in a well-balanced life and promotes mindful eating over dieting. Consists of five 1 hour units which can be taught as stand-alone classes or as a series. Includes advertising tools as well as PowerPoint presentations with narratives, activities and handouts and evaluation tools. (2010) – CD-ROM.
This 4-part program explores different ways individuals react to stress, and the special demands that faculty members face. Suggests ways faculty can cope with stress, and helps them see the “big picture” of university life in the context of stress. Part 1 “The Who, What, When, Where and How of Stress”; Part 2 “Coping With Pre-tenure Stress”; Part 3 “Life and Stress After Tenure”; Part 4 “Balancing Personal Life and Work”. 4 VHS VIDEOS, USER GUIDE RESEARCH ARTICLES, 3 SELF-TESTS. (1989) - VHS VIDEO (85:00)
Part of Time Warner Cable of NE Wisconsin’s “Bridging Hmong American” series aimed at helping the Hmong adjust to life in the U.S. What is depression? How does it affect a family? Youa Xiong of Outagamie County Department of Health and Human Services and Maenene Vangsycha of ThedaCare Behavioral Health discuss several facets of depression including an explanation of what it is, symptoms to be aware of, when to seek professional help, who should do the referral, causes of depression and who might be a risk for depression (2000) – VHS VIDEO (27:00 - Hmong language). (Bridging Hmong American Series)
Nutritional consequences of depressive disorders often go unrecognized in older adults. Left untreated, depression can cause serious nutrition-related problems such as weight loss, declining strength and agility with lack of exercise, and digestive problems. Discusses warning signs of depression, possible nutritional consequences of depression and resources for getting help. VHS VIDEO, LEADER GUIDE, HANDOUT MASTER. (1996) - VHS VIDEO (9 min.)
3/2/2000 Penn State videoconference intended for child care providers and parents. Focuses on how childcare providers can take the stress out of caregiving. Looks at recognizing the signs and symptoms of burnout and how to deal with it; on-the-spot relaxation techniques and how caregiver stress affects the children. (2000) - VHS VIDEO (78:00), LEADER GUIDE. (Better Kid Care Series)
Part of Time Warner Cable of NE Wisconsin’s “Bridging Hmong American” aimed at helping the Hmong adjust to life in the U.S. Touches on some of the causes of suicide, questions you should ask, what you should do immediately, suggestions of things that you could say or do to encourage and to protect the suicidal person and some signs or behaviors that could help you identify someone who might be at risk for suicide. VHS VIDEO (28:00) (Hmong Language). (Bridging Hmong American Series)
Part of Time Warner Cable of NE Wisconsin’s “Bridging Hmong American” series aimed at helping the Hmong adjust to life in the U.S. Mee Her focuses on the increasing need for individuals to be able to recognize mental health problems when loved ones reach out for help and assistance. She explains symptoms to look for and shares some of the experiences she has had in her work in California. (1993) – VHS VIDEO (Hmong Language) (28:00). (Bridging Hmong American Series)