bp Magazine new edition: Tackling Anger
Anger. Everyone experiences this intense emotion from time to time. It's a normal, usually healthy response to internal or external events.
But when we can't control our anger-and instead let anger control us-it can jeopardize our personal and professional relationships, which in turn deteriorates our quality of life.
Hurricane Relief Resource Guide
NAMI is providing a listing of resources for consumers and families that are affected by Hurricanes Ike & Gustav.
Welcome to the NAMI blog, written by Mike Fitzpatrick, NAMI's Executive Director, and guest contributors.
Regulating Glutamate May Help Early Detection of Schizophrenia, Study Finds
A recent study has discovered that increased levels of glutamate may play a role in triggering psychosis.
DSM-5 and Psychosis: Hopes and Limitations
With does the release of a new version of the DSM,
mean for the future of diagnosing mental illness?
First Episode Podcasts
NAMI Podcasts Episode 1: Introduction to NAMI and the Podcast Series
A Shared Journey
Max Maddox and his mother Kathy Brandt weave together a beautiful and hopeful narrative describing his experience with bipolar disorder.
NFL Players May Be More Likely to Develop Depression as they Age, Study finds
A recent study shows former professional football players are more likely to develop cognitive impairment and depression as they grow older.
NAMI Introduces Early Psychosis and Recovery Podcast Series
Facing psychosis is a difficult challenge. NAMI has developed a podcast series providing key information to help individuals understand the issues.
NAMI Honors Exemplary Psychiatrists for "Going the Extra Mile" for Mental Health Care
NAMI will honor 20 doctors as "Exemplary Psychiatrists" at the American Psychiatric Association's (APA) annual conference in San Francisco on May 20, 2013.
NAMI Has ‘Got You Covered!’
NAMI's new website can help you understand health insurance changes that will be happening in the coming years.
Got You Covered
Learn all about the new health care law and what that means for getting health insurance coverage.
2013 Convention Registration
Early registration discounts are still available. Register by May 31 for the Early Bird rate and save!
How I Put the Happy in Mother’s Day
It's been over 10 years since her son was diagnosed with schizophrenia. This is what Mother's Day means to Dawn Brown.
NAMI will honor 20 doctors as "Exemplary Psychiatrists" for NAMI's annual Exemplary Psychiatrist Awards.
Singing Out for Kid's Mental Health
During National Children's Mental Health Awareness Week, Congress and pop culture converged to raise awareness for mental illness.
Helping Someone When They Don't Know How to Get Help
NAMIBikes rider Eric Ward was down and almost out. Then his therapist went above and beyond the call.
Faith and Spirituality Beneficial in Treatment, Study Finds
A new study has found that people who believe in a higher power are more responsive to short-term treatment of depression.
Guns and Mental Health Care: Finding the Right Solutions
With Congress at a standstill, what lies ahead in the relationship between guns and mental health?
Sharing Life through Poetry
NAMI asked its Facebook page followers to submit haikus during National Poetry Month. Here are the winners.
Depression Risk Factor Can Be "Contagious," Study Finds
A new study shows that negative thoughts of students vulnerable to depression can increase the likelihood that their roommates will also experience depression.
Finding the Silver Lining
David O. Russell, the director of Silver Linings Playbook
, spoke with NAMI about the film and his personal connection with mental illness for the latest edition of the Advocate
Fight Stigma and Ride! NAMIBikes events start this summer. Sign up at www.fightstigmaandride.com