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    October 30, 2019

    Here Are 6 Reasons You Might Be at Risk for PTSD

    PTSD isn’t just for soldiers. Trauma can be experienced in everyday life, too.

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    June 11, 2019

    5 Things You Don’t Know About Bipolar Disorder

    The average person’s knowledge of bipolar disorder often comes from movies, where patients are typically depicted in one of three ways:

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    June 8, 2018

    Mental Health in the LGBTQ Community and Finding Treatment

    In recent years, positive cultural changes have helped remove some of the stigma that may come with identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ). In fact, between 2000 and 2017, Americans were increasingly accepting of LGBTQ people and rights, according to the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law. 

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    July 21, 2017

    How to Have Conversations about Mental Health with Loved Ones

    In just one year, more than 40 million U.S. adults suffer from some type of mental illness. One of those 40 million people could be someone you know and love. When mental health issues go untreated, the results can be devastating. If someone in your life is dealing with a mental illness, would you feel comfortable talking with them about it?

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    March 17, 2017

    Glenn Close and Patrick Kennedy Discuss the Weight of Mental Illness

    What do Glenn Close and Patrick Kennedy have in common? They both have been personally affected by mental illness, and they’ve been advocating for better mental health awareness and treatment.

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    September 16, 2016

    Uncovering The Mental Health Crisis in Schools

    Of the 50 million public school students in the U.S., one in five of them show signs of a mental health disorder. Nearly 80% of these students don’t receive any form of support or counseling from their schools.

    Continue Reading...
    September 2, 2016

    It’s Okay To Talk: Men Are Speaking Out About Suicide

    Throughout the past few weeks, you may have seen people on social media posting pictures making the “OK” symbol with their hands with the hashtag #ItsOkayToTalk.

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    August 26, 2016

    Mental Health Champions: Celebrities Are Speaking Out

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration recently held their annual Voice Awards, honoring a host of consumer and family leaders and television and film professionals who educate the public about behavioral health.

    Continue Reading...
    August 12, 2016

    An Olympian Shares Her Struggle With Depression

    Being an Olympian involves intense physical strain and public pressure – so how does that affect mental health? For some athletes, mental illness can present a major problem both during the season and after they eventually retire from competition. To help address mental health concerns, the U.S. Olympic team employs sports psychologists to help the athletes talk about depression and anxiety they can face during competition.

    Continue Reading...
    October 30, 2019

    Here Are 6 Reasons You Might Be at Risk for PTSD

    PTSD isn’t just for soldiers. Trauma can be experienced in everyday life, too.

    Continue Reading...
    June 11, 2019

    5 Things You Don’t Know About Bipolar Disorder

    The average person’s knowledge of bipolar disorder often comes from movies, where patients are typically depicted in one of three ways:

    Continue Reading...
    June 8, 2018

    Mental Health in the LGBTQ Community and Finding Treatment

    In recent years, positive cultural changes have helped remove some of the stigma that may come with identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ). In fact, between 2000 and 2017, Americans were increasingly accepting of LGBTQ people and rights, according to the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law. 

    Continue Reading...
    July 21, 2017

    How to Have Conversations about Mental Health with Loved Ones

    In just one year, more than 40 million U.S. adults suffer from some type of mental illness. One of those 40 million people could be someone you know and love. When mental health issues go untreated, the results can be devastating. If someone in your life is dealing with a mental illness, would you feel comfortable talking with them about it?

    Continue Reading...
    March 17, 2017

    Glenn Close and Patrick Kennedy Discuss the Weight of Mental Illness

    What do Glenn Close and Patrick Kennedy have in common? They both have been personally affected by mental illness, and they’ve been advocating for better mental health awareness and treatment.

    Continue Reading...
    September 16, 2016

    Uncovering The Mental Health Crisis in Schools

    Of the 50 million public school students in the U.S., one in five of them show signs of a mental health disorder. Nearly 80% of these students don’t receive any form of support or counseling from their schools.

    Continue Reading...
    September 2, 2016

    It’s Okay To Talk: Men Are Speaking Out About Suicide

    Throughout the past few weeks, you may have seen people on social media posting pictures making the “OK” symbol with their hands with the hashtag #ItsOkayToTalk.

    Continue Reading...
    August 26, 2016

    Mental Health Champions: Celebrities Are Speaking Out

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration recently held their annual Voice Awards, honoring a host of consumer and family leaders and television and film professionals who educate the public about behavioral health.

    Continue Reading...
    August 12, 2016

    An Olympian Shares Her Struggle With Depression

    Being an Olympian involves intense physical strain and public pressure – so how does that affect mental health? For some athletes, mental illness can present a major problem both during the season and after they eventually retire from competition. To help address mental health concerns, the U.S. Olympic team employs sports psychologists to help the athletes talk about depression and anxiety they can face during competition.

    Continue Reading...

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