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.
Following months of remote work for many, Mass General clinical psychologist Soo Jeong Youn, PhD, shares strategies to help ease the transition back to the office.
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.
Gene Beresin, MD, of The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, shares tips for parents to help children, teens cope with situational anxiety.
With guidance to stay home this winter, David Mischoulon, MD, PhD, offers insights on Seasonal Affective Disorder and how to stay well.
Robert Waldinger, MD, a Mass General psychiatrist and Zen teacher, says many emotional problems can be solved by psychodynamic (talk) therapy.
The disturbing images from our nation’s Capitol last week can impact children and teens. The Clay Center offers resources for parents and caregivers.
Celebrate the new year with insights, suggestions and reflections from 12 Mass General mental health experts.