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Ending stigma in BIPOC communities
Psychotherapists Eboni Harris and Eliza Boquin discuss various ways to overcome the past.
A clinical diagnosis based on outdated norms can do more harm than good. The Melanin and Mental Health podcast aims to change the face of therapy to be more inclusive.
A new podcast aims to acknowledge racism in therapy and change the face of therapy so it serves BIPOC communities.
Are you having trouble initiating a conversation with your children around the complexities of modern life? Tyrell Zimmerman's book is meant to spark guided discussions.
Dr. Tracey Marks discusses questions that are raised frequently about bipolar disorder as well as psychosis and psychopathy.
Dr. Tracey Marks discusses why it's important to address hypomania, even though this high energy phase of bipolar disorder is so seductive.
Client-centered couples therapy can be transformative.
What if there was a community of people who actually understood what depression and anxiety felt like? There is. Sick Not Weak is based in Ontario, with a strong online presence.
If you have a mental illness, have you ever thought about writing your memoir?
If you've never thought of parenting as being an executive decision-making role, evidence-based family intervention therapy called BSFT, which was developed at the University of Miami, may help.
Black communities have an exceptional resource to get their wellness needs met and questions answered.
Lying to a psychiatrist can lead to misdiagnosis, the wrong treatment plan, the wrong meds, and a life not meant for you.
If you're from a culture where admitting depression is taboo, how do you talk to your health care provider?
Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities in the St. Petersburg, Florida, area have a safe space for healing mind, body, and spirit.
Think you know how human traffickers operate and how they identify, lure, and groom their targets so well, they don't run away?
Reporter Genevieve Reaume focuses on youths and their mental health.
Does being a new transplant feel like more than you can handle? Here's the story of how Southeast Asian Yamini Rajan learned to cope and thrive.
Part I: Is being the new kid in a new country making you anxious, depressed, and stressed? You're not alone.
An interview with author Jenifer DeBellis about reclaiming your rightful place in your own life after an assault.
The second part of my conversation with Carin Romero, LCSW, of New Hampshire on how to help someone through a mental health crisis continues.
Not everyone is perfectly suited to intervene in a mental illness crisis, but if you are, there are ways to get involved and a blueprint for success.
People in mental health crisis should not be treated like criminals.
Mackenzie Littledale lives in South Florida with a bipolar diagnosis. She is a certified developmental editor and author of contemporary adult fiction.