ADAA member Ashley Smith, PhD, authors this powerful blog post "My Suicide Notes." 
ADAA member Ashley Smith, PhD, is quoted in this article on selective mutism.
ADAA member Judith Beck, PhD, authors this New York Times article on how CBT may help suicidal people.
ADAA member Jill Harkavy-Friedman, PhD, shares her insights about suicide and how to potentially reduce suicide rates in this article.
Over one-third of Americans take at least one medication with depression as a potential side effect, a new study reports. ADAA member Dr. Philip R. Muskin is quoted in this New York Times article.
ADAA members Kevin Chapman, PhD, and Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA, share tips on how to reach out to friends who are struggling with their mental health. 
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women, with 1 in 4 women dying each year. Yet 45 percent of women do not know that heart disease is their number- one killer, responsible for more deaths than all cancers combined.
This week we have lost Kate Spade and now Anthony Bourdain to suicide. The ADAA Board of Directors offers our condolences to their families and to those touched by the lives of these two celebrated Americans. Unfortunately, they are not alone. There will be 45,000 other deaths by suicide in this country within the year. One million worldwide. And that number, sadly, is growing.
ADAA member Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA, was interviewed on test anxiety for
ADAA member Lata McGinn, PhD, is quoted in this article on how traumatic events can lead to PTSD.