We have become so estranged from the natural world that we hardly know what an “intentional relationship with nature” even looks like.
Parents and caregivers are a critical link in addressing the urgent mental health crisis among teens.
For some, a lack of light and warmth can have a negative impact on mental wellbeing. Here are some ways to navigate this transition.
Attorney Sia Henry shares a wrenching personal experience highlighting the challenges of operating in world where prison abolition is not yet a reality.
Rural communities from Iowa to South Dakota to Colorado are rethinking who they send as first responders to help those in a mental health crisis.
Celebrated physician Gabor Maté on how our toxic culture is making us ill.
The Dutch art of niksen—intentionally doing nothing, letting the mind wander—is much needed in our over-scheduled lives.
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Therapy can be very helpful, but we have to remember that therapy is not the standard nor the only place to find healing and safety.
More and more people are experimenting with mental health apps and discovering their benefits and limits.
Black and Brown rage is often dehumanized, while White rage is protected and coddled. But it takes courage to transmute rage and anger into collective and lasting transformation.
Formerly incarcerated mental health care providers are supplementing traditional resources for those still in prison—with mutually beneficial results.
For Black and Indigenous communities, it takes more than therapy and medicine to tackle mental illness. We need a holistic approach.
In "Stolen Focus," Johann Hari unplugs from digital media and regains his concentration.
“Rather than letting our relationship with nature extinguish itself during the cold, wet, dark days, we need to take special care to keep it kindled.”
Understanding why many Asian Americans don’t seek mental health care—like stigma and lack of culturally appropriate resources—is essential to providing effective support.
From breath work to joyful movement, 9 suggestions on how to compassionately soothe the body amidst pandemic anxiety.
“Our job, as human beings, is to learn from our suffering.”
“Could it be that the fragmentation of our relations has been a fundamental cause of our exhaustion?”
Children with chronic medical conditions often suffer multiple blows to their mental well-being. A state program in California aims to provide appropriate treatment for these children and their families.
People are calling for a more nuanced discussion of climate change and mental health—one that centers the experiences of marginalized communities.
5 meditations on what “enough” means, from food to rest to diversity.
With a body weakened by chemotherapy, flat, low-elevation hikes have become my new obsession.
There is no point at which we can no longer strive to make the future better than it otherwise would be.
The remote woods and mountains—accessed on long, challenging thru-hikes—are places of healing for former soldiers who suffer from the trauma of war.
For decades, Americans have been told they should love their jobs. But is this a healthy relationship?
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