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William L. Mace Ph.D.
While reform-based practices have been tried in the United States, they have not made a dent in the country’s rate of police killings.
The prevalence of depression is on the rise. What can be done about it?
For the class of 2024, college entrance boils down to just three choices. Which is the right one?
Research shows that children and adolescents with depression fare significantly worse in therapy than adults do. Why?
How the family, interpersonal networks, and the social status quo contribute to mental problems.
Validating childhood stress—the life you save may be your own!
What’s the most effective psychotherapy for excessive stress, anxiety, and depression?
Early childhood depression is an unmistakable predictor of adult depression.
An alarmingly high placebo effect for antidepressants suggests the need to rethink how mental disorders are categorized and treated.
How do we know what we’re talking about when talking to ourselves?
Mental illness continues to increase on college campuses.
Overcoming stress and anxiety at the workplace
Can we prevent a rollback of women’s rights?
New research finds a biomarker for anxiety and mood disorders.
Why do men oppose women equality?
A new book explains how we've set younger generations up for failure.
Freedom and fear, even of death, cannot co-exist.
Gaining greater insight into random thoughts about suicide and finding a raison d'etre
Environmental factors in utero and early childhood can predetermine your adult physical and mental health.
How a new $100 billion tutoring industry rigs college admissions for the wealthy
The problem is that he’s slightly controlling, prides himself on being logical, and has to be right about everything.
The perfect recipe for stress, depression, and suicide
Mental disorders are increasing at colleges worldwide.
How millennials can bring about meaningful political change vis-à-vis with the current status-quo.
Childhood anxiety is largely learned, not innate. If we can teach our children to be anxious, it means we can teach them not to be anxious.
Which is which?
The arrival of the smartphone has changed every aspect of teenage life, from social interactions to mental health. It's time for colleges to change their approach as well.
Dehumanizing others makes it easier to intimidate and threaten violence on people who are not people.
Is feeling sad or depressed so socially unacceptable that we must pretend to be happy?
The latest information suggests the crisis may get worse before it gets better.
William Mace, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist in private practice, researches prevention and treatment of adult depression and anxiety disorders.