Dr. Rush talks about the THEN Center and the links between childhood trauma, inequality, human development, and chronic illness.
New prevention strategies are needed based on our increasing understanding of the impacts of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Researchers evaluate the impact of a school-based prevention program on anxious and depressive symptoms.
Increased frequency of digital media use can increase symptoms of ADHD among adolescents, study finds.
New research demonstrates the lasting effects of mindfulness training on stress and wellbeing among university students.
A new study examines the effects of midlife exercise on depression and cardiovascular health later in life.
Higher levels of physical activity serve as a protective factor for the future development of depression.
Everyday exercise, regardless of intensity, can prevent the development of depressive symptoms.
One study indicates that pointed fingers incriminating youth for narcissism may be pointed in the wrong direction.
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) programs have gained popularity in U.S. schools in recent years. A new study examines the nature and longevity of their impact on students.
Results reflect moderate to strong evidence in support of the non-pharmacological school-based interventions reviewed in the study.
Researchers suggest that treatment is more effective and healthcare costs are reduced when contextual care is implemented that addresses social and economic needs.
Interpersonal therapy reduces the risk of postpartum depression in mothers on public assistance during first 6 months after giving birth.
There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that being exposed to bullying in childhood can contribute to mental health problems later in life. In a new study, published in JAMA Psychiatry, the researchers found that children who reported being bullied at age eight were significantly more likely to seek treatment for mental health problems by age twenty-nine.