AI chatbots can provide people with immediate help, but the technology is still far from capable of replacing human therapists.
So you want to start therapy for your anxiety, depression or other mental health issue. What type of therapist should you choose? Here’s a quick guide to get you started.
Doing the little things has a role to play in maintaining our sense of happiness as well as in treating mental illness.
With few regulations in place, gambling companies are going all-in to attract as many customers as possible – with younger, sports-obsessed and smartphone-savvy Americans particularly vulnerable.
There is a dire need to prevent child sexual abuse in Canada. It is critical to intervene early, and provide those at risk for offending with support through an anonymous helpline, as well as therapy.
You don’t have to have a mental illness to get the benefits. Here’s how you can use what we’re learning from our research to boost your own mental health.
Alberta’s new policy on psychedelic-assisted therapy for mental illness may set a precedent that moves Canadians one step closer to accepting psychedelics as medicinal substances.
Admissions, a varied collection by writers with lived experience of mental illness, is confronting, challenging, often surprising – and open to interpretation.
Television personality Jonathan Van Ness is the latest celebrity to speak candidly about their struggles with the condition.
A professor of counseling explains how to find therapists and support communities that can help work through these unique challenges.
The end of the TV show ‘Better Call Saul’ wraps up the story of Saul Goodman. A clinical neuropsychologist analyzes the character’s progression from a small-time con man to a ‘criminal’ lawyer.
Academics and religious leaders address the role of faith and community in managing mental health issues in young people and society as a whole.
Researchers suggest it is important to build daily habits that support mental well-being and seek care when necessary.
We need to take an urgent look at how we manage and treat long COVID. If we don’t start planning now, the problem will only get worse.
Four ways to help you focus on the future for a better life.
How do mental health apps compare to in-person therapy? A social worker and expert on technology and human services explains.
Psychotherapy is not one size fits all. From behavioral to gestalt therapies, which approach will work best for you depends on your needs and goals.
Psychologists have mental health difficulties and illnesses at the same rate as the general population – but the profession has long stigmatized talking about them in public.
There are many ways to reduce or quit alcohol. What works best for you will depend on your situation.
People who had high genetic sensitivity were more likely to see long-term benefit from a relationship help course.