Men have historically not been allowed to form safe, accepting, and loving communities with one another or other people.
As therapists, you know that many clients attempt to cope with trauma by minimizing the experience, placing distance between themselves and the event, and attempting to bury the trauma somewhere where they might not feel it.
Working with clients suffering from depression means you will innately come across an individual battling suicidal thoughts. It is estimated that 60% of people who commit suicide have major depressive disorder.
Professional unification could provide a way to streamline mental health services and make them more accessible and effective.
While science has made progress in understanding the role of genes and biology in mental health, culture still plays a significant role in shaping how people think and feel about their mental health.
In the field of mental health, inclusivity, diversity, equity, accessibility, and others play a vital role in the patient-provider relationship.
While stigma surrounding mental health continues to dissipate, there are still many misconceptions surrounding the topic. Some of the most common mental health myths include the following.
Can online addiction and therapy technology coexist? Mental health and addiction treatment overlap in a multitude of ways and the same is true for the technology providers use to offer those services.
Those with one or more chronic conditions face challenges with their physical health but also with their mind. The management of long-lasting medical conditions introduces challenges and barriers that can quickly impact the state of one’s mental health, even for those that feel they are the most prepared.
The Integration of mental health practitioners into primary care is a key step in making treatment more accessible and effective.