A new article suggests integrating physical activity throughout the day may help to address the mental health of students.
As an increasing amount of research seeks to address the epidemic of loneliness, conceptual clarity is needed.
Study questions how international psychiatric treatment of street children in Cairo could be reinforcing their marginality and vulnerability.
A new study explores feelings of belongingness as a protective factor for childhood trauma and adult mental health outcomes.
Study highlights the importance of early interventions for institutionalized children.
As the Global Mental Health Movement attempts to address cross-cultural mental health disparities, a new article encourages integrating traditional healing practices with psychotherapy.
Could the whole array of psychiatric diagnostic categories, to the extent that they have any validity at all, be expressions of the failure to love and to accept love? Do successful psychotherapies really work by means of the therapist’s ability to encourage people to experience love through how positively he or she relates to them?
Study explores a multifaceted approach to promote family-focused recovery practice.
New research emphasizes the impact of school connectedness and community engagement interventions on students' mental health.
Researchers explore neoliberal influences on interactions in psychotherapy and question whether the radical potential of psychotherapy can counter prevailing social systems.
A new study explores the interplay between social stress and quality of life for individuals self-identified with high-functioning autism.
Researchers investigate the impact of immigration policies on the mental health of arriving Mexican and Central American immigrants.
Researchers explore how family interventions for psychosis might be adapted to China’s emerging integrated mental health care landscape.
Researchers examine the transformation of work, life, and identity in India as a result of Western corporate and psychological culture.
Direct access to care in safe locations is key in reducing healthcare costs and increasing quality of life for homeless populations.
A new study examines the preventative effects of school-based mental health care when delivered by school personnel.
New research demonstrates the benefits and complexities for immigrants transitioning from undocumented to DACA status.
Without clarity and consensus around what social justice means, psychologists risk perpetuating injustices that undermine their stated mission.
Remediating dilapidated physical environments in urban settings can contribute to better mental health.
Researcher Dr. Silke Schwarz highlights how Western psychology’s construction of individual resilience deflects emphasized individual pathology and deflects efforts at structural change.
A randomized control trial finds that receiving peer support from individuals with similar lived experiences reduces one’s risk of readmission to an acute crisis unit.
People who reduced antipsychotic use by tapering were doing just as well after five years as those who continued using the drugs.
The suicide crisis is real. The pain is real. The deaths are real. None of us can afford to stick our heads in the sand and pretend that this isn't happening. But the helplessness and confusion about what to do about it are also real. And that's why peer relationships and peer-developed modalities can be so helpful. Many of us have been there and are still alive to talk about it. We know what ways of relating gave us hope and helped us to continue on.
Research investigates clinicians’ perspectives on best care practices and the complicated realities of providing care in the face of agency limitations and mechanized interventions.
Researchers parse out factors within urbanicity that leads to risk for psychotic experiences.