COVID-19 brings new challenges to the winter holidays. Mental health experts share stories to help you make it through.
An expert in child and adolescent psychiatry discusses the latest thinking about gaming disorders and what parents can do to fend off trouble.
A Mass General expert in child and adolescent psychiatry offers advice on how parents and caregivers can help their kids make some sense of mass shootings and put such tragedies into perspective.
Two Mass General psychiatrists suggest focusing New Year’s resolutions on improving your positive traits rather than changing your bad behaviors.
The holidays can be a tough time especially when loved ones are gone. Two Mass General psychiatrists share some thoughts to make the season easier.
Mass General psychiatrists share tips to help families address the topic of teenage suicide and navigate the mental health system.
Mass General experts offer parents the facts about using stimulants to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD.
Two Mass General experts offer insight and evidence about what science tells us about effective treatment of alcoholism and other forms of addiction.
One young woman says a critical therapeutic relationship with a Mass General psychiatrist made the difference in her recovery from anorexia nervosa.
This story is a repost of Eugene Victor Beresin, MD, and Steve Schlozman, MD, which was originally published on 12/23/2014 on www.commonhealth.wbur.org. Imagine this fairly common holiday scene: You’re driving up and down the aisles in a very busy parking […]