On Demand Grand Rounds: Healing: Our Path from Mental Illness to Mental Health
HARRY STACK SULLIVAN AWARD LECTURE
This presentation was originally reviewed on March 21, 2022, and broadcast live online on March 23, 2022, from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM ET.
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This talk begins with a simple question: why with so much progress in science have we made so little progress in outcomes for people with mental illness, especially those with serious mental illness? Why have we failed to reduce death and disability? I will suggest that our usual explanations (lack of treatments, lack of knowledge, lack of providers, stigma) are not sufficient answers to this question. A different set of explanations (lack of engagement, lack of quality, lack of accountability) provides more immediate solutions, including some that can be delivered via technology. But there is a broader context that needs to be considered if we are to close the outcome gap. To reduce death and disability we will need to aim for recovery, not just immediate symptom relief. Recovery requires the 3 P’s: people, place, and purpose. The 3 P’s, essential for recovery, are not currently part of healthcare, but they are critical for mental health. Psychiatric care needs to expand beyond a narrow medical model if we are going to close the outcome gap. The problem of mental illness is unequivocally medical, but the solutions are broader, including people, place, and purpose. This presentation will reframe the mental health crisis as more than a healthcare crisis.
This activity is intended for physicians, nurses, psychologists, social workers, counselors and other mental health professionals.
At the conclusion of this activity, attendees will be able to:
- Recognize that progress in research has not translated to progress in outcomes for people with serious mental illness (SMI).
- Identify the reasons for lack of progress in outcomes for people with SMI.
- Define the critical elements (the three P’s) of recovery.
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About the speaker
Tom lnsel, M.D., a psychiatrist and neuroscientist, has been a national leader in mental health research, policy, and technology. From 2002-2015, Dr. Insel served as Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). More recently (2015 – 2017), he led the Mental Health Team at Verily (formerly Google Life Sciences) in South San Francisco, CA. In 2017 he co-founded Mindstrong Health, a Silicon Valley start-up building tools for people with serious mental illness. In 2020, he co-founded Humanest Care, a therapeutic online community for recovery. Since May of 2019, Dr. Insel has been a special advisor to California Governor Gavin Newsom. Chair of the Board of the Steinberg Institute in Sacramento, California; and serves on the Board of Fountain House. He is the author of the newly-published book Healing: Our Path from Mental Illness to Mental Health, published by Penguin Random House. With journalist co-founders, he recently launched MindSite News (www.mindsitenews.org), a non-profit digital publication focused on mental health issues. Dr. Insel is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and has received numerous national and international awards including honorary degrees in the U.S. and Europe.
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Thomas R. Insel, MD, reports that he has the following relationships with commercial interests: Dr. Insel is a co-founder of Mindstrong Health, NeuraWell Therapeutics and Humanest Care. He is a shareholder in publicly traded Alphabet, Apple, Compass Pathways, Karuna and Microsoft and holds private equity positions in Alto Neuroscience, Mindstrong Health, NeuraWell Therapeutics, Owl Insights, Uplift and Valera Health. He is a board member of the Foundation for NIH, HealthCare Capital, Schaeffer Center for Health Policy (USC), Valera Health (observer status) and the Steinberg Institute, where he serves as board chair. He is also a member of the scientific advisory boards of Alto Neuroscience, Embodied, Koa Health, NeuraWell Therapeutics, Owl Insights, PsychHub and Cerebral. All relationships have been mitigated. He will not discuss any products, services, or off-label uses in this presentation.
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Grand Rounds: Healing: Our Path from Mental Illness to Mental Health
Thomas R. Insel, MD
Co-Founder, Mindstrong Health
Mountain View, CA
Originally reviewed March 21, 2022.
Originally broadcast live March 23, 2022, from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM ET
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