Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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Trauma after disaster.
Jamie D. Aten Ph.D.
7 virtues grown out of the midst of suffering due to COVID.
Dr. Everett Worthington Jr. shares eight practical ways to get past the eating holidays with valuable relationships intact.
Gratitude: noticing the beauty amidst the cracks and chips that are the human experience.
Dr. Beth Cunningham shares on why paying attention to the mental health of our children is so important and several practical steps on how to do so.
Longing for a return to “normal” amidst the pandemic this holiday season? Here’s some small steps that can each make a big difference during uncertain times.
Gabbie Froiland shares the findings from a U.K. study on the association between screen time and mental health.
Practical steps towards wisdom during the time of COVID-19.
Liuan Huska helps us find deeper meaning in the midst of the pain, chaos, and unknown of the pandemic.
Geoffrey Sutton suggests ways we can use whatever degree of influence we have to help others survive the pandemic.
An interview with Elaine Howard Ecklund revealing how science and faith might have more in common than we think.
What are you dreaming about? Dr. Teresa DeCicco sheds light on what your dreams might reveal about how you are doing in your waking life during COVID-19.
Surviving disasters is a lifelong process. An expert shares about the true needs of disaster survivors and how best to cope.
Dr. Everett Worthington Jr. shares his remarkable story of forgiveness following tragedy in his past. Discover how he came to forgive the man who murdered his mother.
Coming together to fight the pandemic: how to respond, lead, and serve in the midst of difficult times.
Disasters are everywhere, and we are all vulnerable to them. Here are a few lessons learned by David Entwistle on what we can do about it.
How to develop self-care practices to best care for yourself, and therefore others, in any season.
Four lessons from Hurricane Katrina and Mardi Gras to help you survive and thrive amidst the pandemic.
Feeling the stress of election day? See these tips from a Christian's perspective on how to care for yourself and others during this season.
It’s important to acknowledge your whole story—the good, beautiful, and joyful—but also the bad, messy, and ugly parts.
An interview with Michael Schredl on how the pandemic has affected dreaming.
We're in this together: Social support has limited the effects of loneliness during COVID-19.
What your loved one struggling with mental illness needs and doesn’t need from you as a caregiver during the pandemic.
Experts weigh in on how humility, spiritual fortitude, and forgiveness can help you navigate 2020 and whatever else life throws at you.
Psychological First Aid is uniquely applicable to helping others through COVID-19, mass trauma, and disasters.
How underprivileged populations are building communities of resilience.
How professional psychology can expand opportunities for students to go beyond traditional health settings.
Quality mental health care is a team effort, one in which you play an important role. What you get out of counseling and psychotherapy depends on what you put into the process.
Not sure if you or a loved one may be struggling with trauma? See these tips for recognizing and referring children, teens, and adults for mental health support.
How can we help our Veterans make sense of morally impossible situations encountered during service and approach the future with hope and resilience?
The healing power of relationships is tried and true, but paying attention to well-being and mental health of yourself and others is easier said than done.
Jamie Aten, Ph.D. is founder and executive director of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College.