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Ask a Doc-Ask a Cop: Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Minute

The Crisis Intervention Team inc. brings you education, conversations, and perspectives on behavioral health and public safety. Detective Matthew Tinney and Psychiatrist Nils Rosenbaum answer your questions in a funny and informative way. It also features recordings from the CIT ECHO, connecting public safety and providers for weekly training. This is part of your Crisis Intervention Team Inc. (www.goCIT.org), a 501(C)3 non-profit. Subscribe for ongoing lessons and discussion to keep you and your organization in the know. Send your questions or comments to ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128 to leave a voicemail with your question.

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Talk Verbal Judo to Me

The Questions for today: “Are homeless people dangers?”There are many stigmas around people experiencing homelessness that leads to ideas that they are dangerous. Although we would never recommend approaching strangers for no reason, someone who is experiencing homelessness is not dangerous because they are homeless. Someone who is living on the streets are more likely to be victims of crimes. “What do you wish patients did during an appointment, what are your pet peeves?”Dr. Google is Nils’s pet peeve. He would prefer someone come with their major complaints ready to talk about. Try writing down what you want to discuss with your doctor, it can help the appointment go smoother. Music used in this episode is the song Last XI by Yellow Cop from the Free Music Archive. CIT ECHO Session on Talk Verbal Judo to Me Matt Tinney breaks down some points form verbal judo. This was a presentation done on 1/16/2018 and you can see more here.If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

43mins

19 Nov 2018

Rank #1

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Bipolar vs. Borderline PD and an Introduction to the Criminal Psychology of Serial Killers

The Question for today: “What is the difference between bipolar and borderline personality disorder?” The following from the National Institute of Mental Health Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): Borderline personality disorder is a mental illness marked by an ongoing pattern of varying moods, self-image, and behavior. These symptoms often result in impulsive actions and problems in relationships. People with borderline personality disorder may experience intense episodes of anger, depression, and anxiety that can last from a few hours to days. Bipolar Disorder: Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive illness, is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry out day-to-day tasks.  There are four basic types of bipolar disorder; all of them involve clear changes in mood, energy, and activity levels. These moods range from periods of extremely “up,” elated, and energized behavior (known as manic episodes) to very sad, “down,” or hopeless periods (known as depressive episodes). Less severe manic periods are known as hypomanic episodes.  Music used in this episode is the song Irresistible by Sweet N Juicy from the Free Music Archive. CIT ECHO Session on Introduction to the criminal psychology of serial killers Detective Ben Melendrez gives a talk covering the basic understanding of criminal psychology as it pertains to serial killers. He also covers the differences between an “organized” and “disorganized” serial killer. This was a presentation on 11/28/17 and you can see more here. If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheartor check it our online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter. If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact Us Don’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

1hr 3mins

8 Oct 2018

Rank #2

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Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder

Nils Rosenbaum MD presents schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder on the CIT ECHO. If you would like to hear questions answered from a Doctor and a Cop please send them to Ask@goCIT.org.Music used in this episode is from the Free Music Archive.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts!Contact Us Don’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

43mins

11 Feb 2019

Rank #3

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Paranoia

Nils Rosenbaum MD dives into paranoia on this didactic. This was a topic on the CIT ECHO, www.goCIT.org/CIT-ECHO. If you would like to join the network please email Jenn Earheart (jearheart@cabq.gov).Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

26mins

5 Feb 2018

Rank #4

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Suicide By Cop

Dr. Orlando Ortiz gives a presentation on the CIT Knowledge Network about suicide by cop. What does the research say about this phenomenon? Is there a way to prevent this from happening? If you would like to attend these knowledge network session online please contact Jenn Earhart (jearheart@cabq.gov) for more. www.goCIT.orgSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

32mins

14 Aug 2017

Rank #5

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Alcohol Use Disorders and Identifying States of Intoxication

Two lectures on this one! Nils Rosenbaum, MD gives a talk about Alcohol Use Disorders and Dan Duhigg, DO gives a talk on Identifying States of Intoxication on the CIT Network. If you would like to attend these knowledge network sessions online please contact Jenn Earhart (jearheart@cabq.gov) for more. www.goCIT.org If you are liking these please send us an email letting us know and let me know if you want to hear something special Ask@goCIT.orghttp://www.gocit.org/cit-knowledge-network.htmlSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

1hr 3mins

25 Oct 2017

Rank #6

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Vicarious Trauma

Carol Brusca MA LMHC stops by the CIT ECHO to talk about vicarious trauma and how it affects us and those we serve.  If you would like to hear questions answered from a Doctor and a Cop please send them to Ask@goCIT.org.Music used in this episode is from the Free Music Archive.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts!Contact Us Don’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

44mins

18 Feb 2019

Rank #7

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A discussion of delusions and hallucinations- Dr. Nancy Martin

If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

57mins

28 Oct 2019

Rank #8

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Civil Commitments- Dr. Bridget McCoy

 If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

54mins

18 Nov 2019

Rank #9

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Bipolar and the International Journal of Law and Psychiatry

We talk about our recent article published in the International Journal of Law and Psychiatry titled “Beyond crisis intervention team (CIT) classroom training: Videoconference continuing education for law enforcement”. We break down what the article is about, which is the CIT ECHO. You can see more on the article here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0160252718301663?dgcid=coauthorIf you are wanting more information on this project or would like to start your own hub please contact us for help. Music used in this episode is the song humm ok by Gable from the Free Music Archive. CIT ECHO Session on BipolarDr. Nils Rosenbaum talks to the network about bipolar. This was a presentation done on 6/05/2018 and you can see more here.If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts!Contact UsDon’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.Nils Rosenbaum, MD Doc@goCIT.orgMatt Tinney Matt@goCIT.orgSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

1hr 3mins

7 Jan 2019

Rank #10

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Bipolar Brain

Matt Tinney and Jenn Earhart start this one off about first time pets… well the difference in gerbils, hamsters, mice, and rats. Jenn goes on to talk about the Big Brother and Big Sister programand how to get started. We then tune into a session from the CIT ECHO where Nils Rosenbaum, MD gives a talk on the bipolar brain. If you would like to follow along on the conversation you can check out the PowerPoint here. This was presented to the CIT ECHO, if you are in public safety and would like to join for free online training and ability to staff cases with psychiatrist please check it out here or email Jenn Earheart (jearheart@cabq.gov). Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook! If you are enjoying these episodes please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Don’t forget you can send in your questions for us to answer on the show to Ask@goCIT.orgSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

1hr 21mins

9 Apr 2018

Rank #11

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Self Harm Specifically Non-Suicidal Self Injury

Nils Rosenbaum MD talks about self-harming and looks at it as it related to non-suicidal injuries. If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

47mins

1 Jul 2019

Rank #12

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) with Dr. Nicole Duranceaux

“If there is no trauma, there is no PTSD” Dr. Nicole Duranceaux is a psychologist with the New Mexico VA Health Care System who specializes in post-traumatic stress disorderand co-occurring substance use disorders. During her talk Dr. Duranceaux reviews some misinformation about PTSD, and provides key points about interacting with someone diagnosed with PTSD, as well as self-care tips for individuals who work in public safety. Jenn and Matt start this one off with some banter about SMART goals and becoming “podcast famous”. Jenn talks about reviewing emails sent out and how technology can tell which ones are opened and which ones are not. Is this big brotherly?  We go over Jenn’s first time trip to the real time crime center at the Albuquerque Police Department.Shout out to Amy Cook hope you didn’t crash. This topic was presented to the CIT ECHO, if you are in public safety and would like to join for free online training and ability to staff cases with psychiatrist please check it out here or email Jenn Earheart. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook! If you are enjoying these episodes please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Don’t forget you can send in your questions for us to answer on the show to Ask@goCIT.org.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

1hr

26 Feb 2018

Rank #13

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NAMI and Healthcare for the Homeless

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and Healthcare for the Homeless discuss their programs on the CIT Knowledge Network. If you would like to attend these knowledge network session online please contact Jenn Earhart (jearheart@cabq.gov) for more. www.goCIT.org http://www.gocit.org/cit-knowledge-network.html Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

1hr 12mins

9 Oct 2017

Rank #14

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Methadone and Suboxone: What’s the Difference

Dan Duhigg DO MBA discussed the difference between Methadone and Suboxone. Dan is an adiciton specialist psychiatrist who is a co-director of the CIT ECHO. This was a topic on the CIT Knowledge Network. If you would like to join the network please email Jenn Earheart (jearheart@cabq.gov).Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

23mins

15 Jan 2018

Rank #15

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Schizophrenia and other Psychotic Disorders- Nils Rosenbaum MD & Matt Tinney

Nils Rosenbaum MD and Matt Tinney talk about schizophrenia and other illness like schizoaffective disorder on the CIT ECHO. If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

42mins

15 Jul 2019

Rank #16

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EMDR for First Responders

 If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

52mins

25 Nov 2019

Rank #17

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Engaging people with first episode psychosis and What happens if an officer is mentally ill?

“Engaging people with first episode psychosis” and “What happens if an officer is mentally ill?” Nils and Matt start this episode off answering questions around law enforcement and if they are prohibited from having a firearm if they have a mental illness. We then listen in to Melissa Garzon MD and Caroline Bonham MD as they talk about first episode psychosis on the CIT ECHO. Listener Question this week. Lisa wrote us on Facebook after reading about Miami-Dade’s new unit around firearms and people living with a mental illness. You can see that article here.  She asked. “I have question what happen if the cop has mental illness or PTSD? Another question about HIPPA: they have to be compliment to HIPPA.” Officers are normal citizens and the laws around prohibited people with firearms will apply to law enforcement as well. If an officer is adjudicated mentally ill or if they are convicted of a felony they would not be allowed to possess a firearm. Having a mental illness alone is not a reason to be prohibited from a firearm. Seeking treatment for an illness will not prevent you or make you give up any rights. Click here for more on Identify Prohibited Personfrom the AFT. Law Enforcement is not bound by HIPAA. HIPAA is the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act and it apply to organizations that are billing for mental health care. Law Enforcement does not bill for insurance but they do respond to medical related calls. Click here for more on HIPAA and Law Enforcement. Melissa Garzon MD and Caroline Bonham MD then present on “Engaging People with Frist Episode Psychosis”.This is a recording from the CIT ECHO meeting on 6/27/17. If you want to attend these sessions please check out more here. Music used in this episode is the song Hungaria by Latché Swing from the Free Music Archive. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter. If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

36mins

17 Sep 2018

Rank #18

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Addiction

If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

35mins

9 Sep 2019

Rank #19

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Practicing Persuasion

If you would like to join the CIT ECHO please email Jennifer Earheart or check it out online here. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.If you are enjoying these episodes that means someone else might as well so please share them with others and let us know you are enjoying them, leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Contact UsDon’t forget to contact us to be on the podcast at Ask@goCIT.org or call us at 505-333-8128.Music used in this episode is the song Cheese by David Szesztay from the Free Music Archive.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=4Z-T3A1LPSUP3tcGbzXY9LF4511KMzsngJOcoo1ZS1K07sQo0oqdDjX0_3uPa9FD7kb8K0&country.x=US&locale.x=US)

35mins

17 Feb 2020

Rank #20