We must find opportunities to lean into conversations about mental health, no matter how uncomfortable those conversations may be.
It is imperative that you do your due diligence and choose a therapist who makes you feel comfortable, seen, valued and supported.
Ten Questions to Ask Your Psychotherapist
Erasing Mental Health Stigma in the Black Community
Fighting Stigma with Education
Addressing the Lack of Diversity in the Mental Health Field
Navigating Depression and Psychosis: The Experience We Rarely Talk About
How to Prepare for Your Psychiatric Appointment
Understanding and Addressing the Ambiguity in Psychiatry
I Am in Charge of My Treatment Plan
Finding my Voice in Therapy as a South Asian
How Lived Experience and Identity Shape Mental Health Counseling
How School-Based Mental Health Providers Can Help Hispanic/Latinx Students
Stereotypes and Seeking Care in a Racialized America
Using Lived Experience to Adapt Mental Health Language
The Importance of Accepting Help
7 Myths About Pediatric Depression
My Faith Saved Me
Getting Involved with Minority Mental Health
Why Do We Have the Feeling that We Are Not Enough?
4 Ways Teens Can Access Therapy Without Health Insurance
A Therapist’s Journey: Learning the Art of Self-Soothing
My First Voice
Mental Health Conditions are Legitimate Health Conditions
How Do I Know if My Therapist is Effective?
Motherhood and Your Mental Health
The First Step in Getting Mental Health Care
Learning to Change in Order to Heal
The Bike Ride: The Story of my Son's Diagnosis
Navigating the Mental Health System with Dual Diagnosis
Disparities Within Minority Mental Health Care
Seeking Help When You Need It
Challenging Multicultural Disparities in Mental Health
The Stigma Associated with Borderline Personality Disorder
The Stigma in Our Health Care System
Finding the Right Mental Health Professional for You
How You Can Get the Right Mental Health Treatment
What Are States Doing to Help Prevent Suicide?
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