As we enter the third year of the pandemic, it’s important to keep making your mental health a priority. A psychologist discusses the pandemic and tips for coping.
If you’re having a rough time navigating the pandemic, your kids might be as well. Get some tips for how to tell if they’re struggling and ways to help them cope from a pediatric psychologist.
If you have COVID-19 and are recovering at home, it’s important to take care of both your physical and mental health while in isolation.
The pandemic has taken a toll on us in so many ways. These eight strategies can help you manage pandemic stress until we come out on the other side.
Nobody questions an athlete taking time to recover from a sprained ankle or broken wrist. But what about when athletes need to step away to tend to their mental health needs? Examine the issue with a sports psychologist at Cleveland Clinic.
From podcasts to documentaries to nonfiction books, it seems like the true-crime genre is bigger than ever these days. But what started out as a hobby born of curiosity can easily take a toll on your mental health.
Mental illness and substance abuse can overwhelm those affected and their loved ones. Dealing with both problems poses even bigger challenges.
The stressors of the coronavirus pandemic can intensify existing mental health issues in teens, such as depression and anxiety. A pediatrician explains troublesome signs to watch out for.
Even as we become more open to talking about and addressing mental health, work remains on addressing the stigma that surrounds the subject.
When you have Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, it’s not just your physical health that’s affected. A clinical health psychologist explains the link between inflammatory bowel disease, stress, depression and anxiety.