What to know to help your kids process traumatic events as you might be struggling to process them yourself.
Like other people with substance use disorders, the pandemic has tested me. On the other side of my relapse, however, I found an identity I’d been looking for.
"I was burnt out every single day. From grieving the losses of Black lives to being arrested and being affected by police brutality myself, I was in a dark place."
American cities are finally implementing first-responder programs that send behavioral health professionals—not cops—to non-violent and mental health-related crises.
A behavioral psychologist says the first step to coping with a different Thanksgiving is acknowledging the strangeness of the times.
Whether online or in person, Thanksgiving gatherings are likely to be politically tense this year. Here’s how to keep peace with more strident relatives and speak up without ruining dinner, too.
Steps you can take to stimulate those anti-anxiety chemicals in your brain.