Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a natural compound that has gained popularity in recent years. Here are some frequently asked questions about CBD answered by two mental health professionals who are working in this area:

by Lynne Siqueland, PhD

Families often ask themselves what to look for to know if their child or teen is struggling with anxiety, depression or OCD. And other families are often beating themselves up for not noticing or missing what their children are experiencing.

by Suma Chand, MPhil, PhD

Family members often feel frustrated and helpless as they do not know what to say or how to behave with their loved one who they may view as not being proactive in trying to get better or being irritable and negative with them.

On November 13, 2018, ADAA held a Twitter chat under the title #HolidayDepression.

by Heather Von St. James

I started crying as I sat in my car after my last radiation treatment, looking at the diploma they gave me printed on cheap copy paper from the office.

by Richa Bhatia, MD, FAPA

Rates of childhood depression have been rising in the last several years. Yet, information and awareness about childhood depression has not caught on at the same rate. Millions of people across the world wonder and doubt if children can get depressed.

by Kristian Ranta

In this blog post, I explain how digital therapeutics are revolutionizing healthcare and medicine as we know it. In particular, I will analyze what this means for depression treatment.

by Calondra Tibbs

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women, with 1 in 4 women dying each year.

by Erica Riba and Diana Cusumano

The Jed Foundation's JED Campus advisors, Erica Riba, LCSW and Diana Cusumano, LHMC, NCC will talk about depression in college students today and how the JED Campus program and other outside resources can help those who are struggling and learn skills to reach out to others.
 

by Beth Salcedo, MD – ADAA Board President

What You Need to Know About Treatment and Medication Options