Far too often a barrier to care for Asian American students is the often-tragic breakdown in intergenerational and cross-cultural communication among immigrant families. Learn how the Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness is reducing shame and stigma about mental health problems from center director and co-founder, Justin A. Chen, MD, MPH.
“I wish I could eat, but my brain says no”: The Neuroscience of Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder Q&A — two experts describe groundbreaking research and answer questions that help children, teens and adults with food, weight and body issues.
Preventing mental illness may start before birth. Joshua Roffman, MD, MMSc, is leading a groundbreaking study to find ways to reduce risks before disease starts.
Mass General Psychiatrist-in-Chief Emeritus Jerrold F. Rosenbaum, MD, explains the promising science behind psychedelic medicine.
Diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Cathy Seilhan shares her journey to recovery and a happier and healthier life.
Robert Waldinger, MD, a Mass General psychiatrist and Zen teacher, says many emotional problems can be solved by psychodynamic (talk) therapy.
To help others suffering from intractable depression, Arielle’s family created a memorial fund to honor her and advance psychedelic research.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Luana Marques, PhD, has been sharing strategies to manage related stress and anxiety.
Arthur Epstein’s generous support of the North Shore Medical Center improves access to psychiatric care and provides a safe place for families in crisis.
Eve Valera, PhD, uses imaging to identify brain injuries caused by intimate partner violence and relates them to cognitive and psychological functioning.