These daily actions can help heal your nervous system for right action instead of reaction.
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In the wake of another police killing of an unarmed Black man struggling with a mental health disability, I asked what cops—and everyone—can do to help.
“I placed the phone call for my brother to get help, not for my brother to get lynched," says Joseph Prude.
In California, free bilingual group sessions help people who don’t have access to therapy.
“Quarantine Life” is a collection of comedic shorts from Appalachian filmmakers that is both funny and relatable.
By understanding the purpose of shared rituals, we can try to preserve their intent and create a sense of shared emotion and connection.
Therapists, counselors, and social workers are providing vital community support despite also experiencing elevated symptoms of anxiety and depression themselves.
For a few moments each night, my husband and I are transforming our rather ordinary little house into a sanctuary.
Planned Parenthood’s new Wellbeing Centers in Los Angeles offer much-needed resources and care for teens and their parents.
A medical school and Georgia students partner to reduce public health disparities.
A surprisingly effective way to help improve Americans’ health can be found in a place you’d least expect—the Woodhill Homes public housing complex in Cleveland. That’s where I meet Marilyn
The New Year’s holiday is upon us, a time when many begin to consider goals and resolutions. And while such aspirations are good, far too many of us become obsessed
A sexist, racist history of anti-fatness and a for-profit “health” industry has left the U.S. with a weight problem—but not in the way you might think.
Resilience practices and culturally rooted health traditions show promise for overcoming trauma in real-life settings.
While much attention on the rising suicide rate focuses on youth, data shows that it's actually working-age adults who are being hit hardest.