Mental Health

Mental health and mental illness can be an incredibly difficult topic to broach and certainly makes for difficult conversation, whoever the conversation occurs between. Providing mental health support, whether from a professional or personal standpoint is incredibly difficult and is hampered by people’s misconceptions over the term mental health. The first step in providing mental health support is to get the right mental health information and implement in the correct way, subtlety is the key to opening people up to this subject. 

Media and film in particular is a great way to approach the subject of mental health and begin to provide mental health support, people are naturally more open to getting the correct mental health information from less personal source such as a video. Once the subject has been brought out into the open and people are more informed you can start to make progress through any mental health issues that may be prevalent.

Here at Concord Media we provide high quality mental health DVDs that can help you to make these first steps towards acceptance of mental health issues. Our DVDs cover a very varied range of topics, many that are incredibly sensitive and particularly hard to approach such as self harm and suicide. These DVDs can be an excellent resource for educational establishments such as schools where they help to provide an unbiased and easily relatable medium that can help to raise student’s awareness of important issues. Whichever one of our films you choose the poignant and approachable content is sure to provide a great springboard into addressing serious issues.

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    Suicide of Young People: Kelly talks about the death of her brother Lewis

    Kelly talks about the death of her younger brother by hanging.

    DVD 2002 28 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Leisa talks about the death of her brother Gareth

    28 year old Leisa talks about her brother aged 20 who hanged himself.

    DVD 2002 30 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Maggie talks about the death of her son Simon

    Maggie’s son jumped off a bridge, aged 19.

    DVD 2002 30 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Maxine talks about the death of her son Neil

    A mother talks about the death of her son by hanging.

    DVD 2002 30 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Mike talks about the death of his son Richard

    Mike talks about his son’s suicide and its effect on him.

    DVD 2002 30 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Sean talks about the death of his sister Caitlin

    Sean talks about the suicide of his sister.

    DVD 2002 27 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Tommy talks about the death of his son Paul

    Tommy talks about his son committing suicide.

    DVD 2002 31 Minutes

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    Aftermath: The Legacy of Suicide

    Three people talk of their fathers’ suicide, and not being told honestly as a child what happened.

    DVD 2001 50 Minutes

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    Phobia - a Case Study

    Successful therapy for bird phobia.

    DVD 2001 25 Minutes

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    Dementia Matters: Ethnic Concerns

    Issues of ageing among the minority ethnic population.

    DVD 2000 28 Minutes

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