Beautiful Brains: A Mental Health Manual for the Modern Workforce
We're on a mission to make mental health a business priority
I Fight By Speaking: An Interview with Mark Joyella
The journalist opens up about his advocacy and why we need to rethink the treatment experience
Rob Ford is Helping Tech Leaders Open Up Online
The entrepreneur recently launched a mental health Q&A series for professionals in the digital space
Space Bat Killer Uses Art to Connect and Inspire
Artist, Sean Bernhardt, illustrates the dark side of his anxiety
Dr. Joy is Helping Black Women Reach Recovery
Her organization, Therapy for Black Girls, connects young women with qualified professionals
Diana Chao is Taking Youth Advocacy to a New Level
The Letters to Strangers founder is fostering peer-to-peer support amongst international teens
Bad Boy Papi Thinks Real Men Should Cry
The Orlando based artist talks depression, therapy and the importance of self-love
Workplace Stigma is Bad For Business
Unaddressed mental illness negatively affects employers and employees
Poverty is a Mental Health Crisis
Socioeconomic strain exacerbates and triggers mental conditions in those affected
Keep Gender Out of Diagnosis
Feminine and masculine stereotypes promote emotional suppression and skew rates of diagnosis.
Let's Talk About Sex
Mental conditions can have a huge impact on intimacy, but it’s not something to be ashamed of.
Our Crisis Behind Bars
The US prison system is incarcerating mentally ill individuals at alarming rates, exacerbating symptoms and creating a dangerous cycle of recidivism
Don't Forget About Addiction
Mental illness and drug abuse are intertwined health crises that cannot be solved independently.
Ethnicity Impacts Prognosis, Not Prevalence
Race doesn't determine mental health, it impacts the quality of care you receive
Professional Help Isn't Always a Step Forward
Misdiagnosis rates remain high due to insufficient training, cultural bias and miscommunication.
Your Disorder Doesn’t Make You a Threat
Blaming violent crime on mental illness is cultural scapegoating and harmful to sufferers.