Tag Archives: kati morton

Anger in Depression

Safety Plan: A BIG THANK YOU to my Patreon Patrons! Without you, I couldn’t keep creating videos. xoxo I’m Kati Morton, a licensed therapist making Mental Health videos! Business email: linnea@toneymedia.com Download my workbooks: visit Itunes and search for Kati Morton Mail: PO Box #665 1223 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90403 Help us caption… Read More »

Shame and You!

Alexa and I talk about shame resilience. Shame and guilt are such a part of trauma and abuse. Alexa talks about how we can build up our resilience for shame so that we don’t let it rule our life anymore. Alexa’s Instagram: @dr.alexa_altman Her website: Brené Brown vids: The Power of Vulnerability Listening to Shame… Read More »

How To Deal With Depression – Immediate solutions

How can I deal with depression? What are some things I can do immediately to stop being depressed? These are common question I am asked as a therapist. There are tactics you can use in the moment to get yourself out of being depressed but it goes much deeper. I hope that you will look… Read More »

Las Vegas Terror Attack & PTSD | post traumatic stress disorder

This video focuses on the mass shooting in Las Vegas and PTSD. All of the money made from ads on this video will be given to the gofundme found here: In addition, here is information on how you can donate blood: PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is a mental illness that some people develop after… Read More »

Suicidal Thoughts vs Obsessive Thoughts | Kati Morton

What’s the difference between obsessive thoughts about suicide (as part of OCD) and suicidal thoughts? Obsessive thoughts are part of OCD and they aren’t coming from any experience, feeling, or situation. They just sort of pop up out of nowhere. That’s why we call them intrusive thoughts. Also, we don’t like our intrusive thoughts. They… Read More »

Important changes to my channel! | Kati Morton

How to talk to healthcare professionals when we are struggling? First, know that it’s our job to listen to you! You aren’t complaining, you are just giving us the information that we need in order to properly help you. Next, make a list of your symptoms. I know this can be hard to come up… Read More »

Talking Mental Health with dodie | Kati Morton

Our video on dodie’s channel! For mental health help in the UK: So many of us struggle with mental health issues, and the more we talk about it, the less stigma there is around it! Thank you to dodie for being so brave and sharing her process and story. I hope our video on her… Read More »

How to deal with a homophobic family | Kati Morton

Many of my LGBTQ+ viewers have asked about ways to better deal with family members who are homophobic. Since we can’t change how people react, we have to focus on what we want to tell them, how we tell them about it, and give them some time to thoughtfully respond. I find that it can… Read More »

What makes a good therapist? | Kati Morton

We talk often about how therapists and other mental health professionals can be terrible at their jobs, but today I want to offer up some ways to know if you are seeing a good therapist! 1. You feel like you are on the same team and that they are trustworthy. This is important for building… Read More »

Happy Hour! Aimee Song & Kati Morton | Episode 1

Welcome to my new series “Happy Hour” where we spend an hour of our day showing you ways to improve your mood and overall mental health! I hope you love it as much as I do! Today we have Aimee Song with us to learn about the animal rescue The Amanda Foundation, and how animals… Read More »

Trauma, OBGYN Checkup & Coping Skills | Kati Morton, Therapist

Getting our first gynecological exam when we have been through a sexually abusive situation can be scary and overwhelming. Many of my clients don’t even go for their checkups because of the anxiety they have around it. Today I offer up some helpful coping skills and tips to get you through. 1. Talk to the… Read More »

Why do we have Flashbacks? | Kati Morton, Therapist

Many of us suffer from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and have flashbacks as a result. Today I talk about why it is we have flashbacks, traumatic memory versus non traumatic memory, and how we can stop flashbacks from happening again! First I would like to define what a flashback is. Flashbacks are when we… Read More »

How do I know if I need more help? Do I need more than Therapy? Mental Health with Kati Morton

When do I need a higher level of care? When do I need to be hospitalized? What if I keep getting worse even though I am seeing a therapist? These are just a sample of the many questions I get each and every day. So let’s talk about it! How do we know if we… Read More »