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Archives / February 25, 2021

Mental Health Resources for Black, Indigenous and People of Color

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Mental Health for BIPOC Summary In addition to COVID-19, recent events have brought heightened attention to the specific stressors faced by Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities, who may be experiencing heightened fear, anger and grief at this time. Consistent with the Guide’s mission to provide timely mental health resources, we highlight a…Read More

Mental Health, Substance Use, and Suicidal Ideation During the Pandemic

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Mark É. Czeisler1,2; Rashon I. Lane, MA3; Emiko Petrosky, MD3; Joshua F. Wiley, PhD1; Aleta Christensen, MPH3; Rashid Njai, PhD3; Matthew D. Weaver, PhD1,4,5; Rebecca Robbins, PhD4,5; Elise R. Facer-Childs, PhD1; Laura K. Barger, PhD4,5; Charles A. Czeisler, MD, PhD1,4,5; Mark E. Howard, MBBS, PhD1,2,6; Shantha M.W. Rajaratnam, PhD1,4,5 (View author affiliations) View suggested citationSummary…Read More

Types of Psychotherapy

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What Is Psychotherapy? Psychotherapy, also called talk therapy, is a type of mental health treatment.It’s often used either alone or with medications to treat mental disorders. During a psychotherapy session, you talk to a doctor or a licensed mental health care professional to identify and change troubling thoughts.Benefits of PsychotherapyPsychotherapy helps people with a mental disorder…Read More

Types of Mental Illness

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There are many different conditions that are recognized as mental illnesses. The more common types include:Anxiety disorders: People with anxiety disorders respond to certain objects or situations with fear and dread, as well as with physical signs of anxiety or panic, such as a rapid heartbeat and sweating. An anxiety disorder is diagnosed if the…Read More

Addiction treatment: First steps, types, and medications

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Addictive disorders are a group of disorders that can cause physical and psychological damage. Receiving treatment is essential for breaking the cycle of addiction.However, as a chronic disease, addiction is difficult to treat and requires on-going care.In the United States, around 8.1 percent of the population, or 21.7 million people, either need or regularly receive…Read More