Jacqueline Rasar, Clinical Therapist, was interviewed on KESQ about the signs and symptoms of an eating disorder.
Chemical Dependency & Chronic Pain Program
Dr Ricardo Whyte, Medical Director for the Chemical Dependency & Chronic Pain Program at LLUBMC, was interviewed on KESQ about chronic pain and alternative forms of pain management.
"The Story I Never Told"
Meet Phillip and Kimberlee as they share their personal story of struggle with chemical dependency and the help they were able to receive at Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center.
Eric shares his experience with chemical dependency during his life in the military and takes us through his journey to recovery.
The Grip of Addiction
When Jamie's addiction to pills started taking over her life, her family was on the edge of breaking apart. At the turning point in their lives, they chose Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center for one last chance.
MEND: Helping young patients during life changing medical illnesses
The MEND outpatient program is designed to support young patients and their family in maintaining or regaining emotional health and balance during the process of a significant medical illness or treatment such as transplantation, diabetes management, or chemotherapy.
Pain Beyond Words: Help for Kids who Self-Injure
The Shield Program for Adolescent Self-Injury at Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center is designed to help your teen learn ways to cope with extreme emotions without resorting to self-injury and to help parents understand how overwhelming emotions lead some teens to hurt themselves.
Mental Health & Substance Abuse among Children/Adolescence
Glenn Scott, Lead Clinical Therapist at LLUBMC Outpatient Youth Services, was interviewed by KESQ regarding mental health and substance abuse among children and adolescence.