With suicide rising among undiagnosed American depressives, I recognized it was time to admit I needed help.
Research shows that the trauma of sexual assault lingers for victims, and ruminating over the memory of an assault could re-traumatize survivors.
States are struggling to both recruit and retain teachers.
The consequences of family separation will likely be lifelong. What we are seeing now is only the beginning.
Over 83 percent of employed Ohioans who were continuously enrolled in Medicaid said the program helped enable them to hold down jobs.
A new study sheds light on the relationship between above-average temperatures and rising suicide rates.
Researchers find that those who have a mental illness are more likely to be the victim of a violent crime.
There are immediate health impacts of a prolonged border detention—and those effects can last a lifetime.
Can an increase in the volume of suicide contagions potentially explain the steady rise in self-harm across all demographic sectors of society?
A disability rights organization and private lawsuits allege negligence among San Diego County staff and officials toward inmates with mental illnesses. The county says otherwise.
A common talking point among anti-abortion activists is debunked.
Community trauma remains a major issue in marginalized communities. But there's still little research to show how police cause mental-health issues—or what can be done to lessen the communal anguish.
New research finds the ability to recognize and manage feelings is beneficial to the creative process.
A conversation with psychologist Ken Falke, who uses the concept of post-traumatic growth—which emphasizes that there can be positive consequences to trauma and suffering—to help combat veteran suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder.
New research finds a link between adolescent adversity and later-in-life pain.
Research findings suggest that workers in counties facing higher levels of automation risk reported more frequent levels of physical and mental distress.