When people seek mental health care, they often find it impossible to access - especially when they need it the most.Read More
Many celebrities have recently shared their struggles and progress with mental health. Unfortunately, access to mental healthcare remains unattainable and unrealistic for most people.
Online activists’ cancel culture tactics threaten us all–and the causes they claim to support. Last week, an online cancel culture mob came for me.
As anyone who has spent time on Twitter knows, Americans believe the world is in a dark place. The news has been wall to wall tragedies for years: climate change, the war in Syria, natural disasters, racist violence and then a deadly global pandemic.
In the aftermath of this school shooting, many have tried to tie the tragedy to the country's mental health care crisis. In the decades since Columbine, pundits and politicians have proposed many explanations for school shootings, from violent video games to rap music. But these days people are more likely to name mental illness as the cause of these heinous acts of violence.
Burnout among American physicians is at an all-time high, according to a national study published in September by the Mayo Clinic. America's doctors are struggling to thrive in a broken health care system that has become more and more defined by red tape and bureaucracy.
Throughout his residency and his last three years as a physician in psychiatry training at Mather Hospital in New York, Dr. Tamir Aldad saw upfront how thousands of mental health patients each year were sent home from the emergency room knowing they might not get follow-up treatment for several weeks.
The holiday season is traditionally a time of joy, celebration, and togetherness. However, for those who have experienced perinatal loss, this time of year can be particularly challenging and emotionally charged.
The holiday season is often portrayed as a time of joy, family gatherings, and celebrations. However, for many, it can also bring a unique set of emotional challenges, including feelings of sadness, loneliness, and anxiety.
The journey into motherhood is often depicted as a blissful experience filled with joy and wonder. However, for many women, this transition comes with unexpected challenges, and postpartum depression (PPD) is a prevalent and often overlooked aspect of the postpartum period.
Bringing a child into the world is a profound and transformative journey, and for individuals managing mental health conditions, the path to parenthood can be particularly complex.