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Think therapy is navel-gazing? Think again

Steven Sandage, Boston University Midway through a recent lecture about my psychology research, a bright graduate student voiced a...

5 strategies employers can use to address workplace mental health issues

Patricia L. Haynes, University of Arizona COVID-19 has inflicted a serious mental health toll on many U.S. workers.

The Silver Lining For A Small Non-Profit – How shifts during...

The Silver Lining For A Small Non-Profit – How shifts during the Covid-19 pandemic led to long term changesby Greg Lusby and...

Americans are in a mental health crisis – especially African Americans....

Brad R. Fulton, Indiana University Centuries of systemic racism and everyday discrimination in the U.S. have left a major...

Therapy dogs help students cope with the stress of college life

Christine Kivlen, Wayne State University At a private college in the Northeast, a first-year student said it was the...

We provided psychological first aid after the Las Vegas shooting –...

Michelle Paul, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Heather Dahl, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and John A. Nixon, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Editors’ note:...

Schools shouldn’t wait for red flags to address student mental health...

Nathaniel von der Embse, University of South Florida One out of every 4 or 5. That’s how many students will display a significant mental health...

A former prosecutor reimagines how the criminal justice system can serve...

Andrew King-Ries, The University of Montana For nearly a decade, I believed I was helping improve victims’ lives by prosecuting people who committed domestic violence...

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Jimmie Lenz, University of South Carolina New findings from the New York Federal Reserve reveal that millennials have now racked up over US$1 trillion of...

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