by Sheila A. M. Rauch, PhD, ABPP

With the deluge of information on this event, it is highly likely that your children, preteens, and teens have heard a lot about the event and may have even seen some of the video coverage of the shooting itself and the aftermath.

by Sheila Rauch, PhD

With the deluge of information on this event, it is highly likely that your children, preteens, and teens have heard a lot about the event and may have even seen some of the highly graphic video coverage of the shooting itself and the aftermath.  The key message for parents to convey after exposu

by Debra Kissen & Michelle Lozano

There is no right way to handle trauma. Each individual moves at their own speed and has their own readiness to confront pain and suffering.

by Megan McCarthy

More than 2 million women across the country have bravely served in our Nation’s armed forces. In fact, they’re the fastest-growing group of Veterans today.

by Nina Rifkind, LCSW, ACS

Since 1949, May has been known as Mental Health Awareness Month.  Each year, when May is over, I wonder why we’re not encouraged to be aware of our mental health all year, every year, just as we are for our so-called physical health.

by American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

American Foundation for Suicide PreventionPeople who kill themselves

by American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

American Foundation for Suicide PreventionIf someone you know is thinking about suicide…

 

by Shane G. Owens

College is typically a challenging experience with some expected highs and lows. For some it is also the time during which common mental health problems start. Because of this, you have to talk to your kid about mental health before school starts.

The MightyADAA announces a new partnership that will expand the reach of our resources even further

by Suma Chand, MPhil, PhD

Suma-Chand_website.jpgDo you find yourself thinking repeatedly about unpleasant experiences? If so, you are ruminating.

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