Admitting when we're not OK is the first step in helping ourselves, psychotherapist Megan Devine says.
The program's approach includes an emphasis on medically-assisted treatment, using drugs to help ease withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
Conditions at Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake in Wisconsin were so bad that now, a federally appointed monitor oversees the facilities. As the number of kids there has declined, costs have gone up.
One entrepreneur is placing her bets on a paid online listening service for women.
Macro social worker Jasmine Bolden discusses how social workers are often overworked and underpaid.
Amid a nationwide shortage of mental health care providers, virtual care systems, including apps, are attracting patients.
A therapist's advice for navigating the mental health effects of going back to work.
The law requires insurance “parity” for mental and physical care, but it’s often harder to find a therapist than a physician.
About half of the unemployed adults in the U.S. are pessimistic about their future employment, a survey shows.
The stigma impacts employers who are less likely to hire those applicants and job seekers who internalize shame and doubt.