‘Reducing Stigma’: Could Mental Health Days Help California Students?
Students in California may soon have the option of taking a mental health day. Senate bill 849, written by the California state senator Anthony Portantino, would allow students time out of school to treat or attend to mental
Panicking About Your Kids’ Phones? New Research Says Don’t
It has become common wisdom that too much time spent on smartphones and social media is responsible for a recent spike in anxiety, depression and other mental health problems, especially among teenagers. But a growing
How You Attach to People May Explain a Lot About Your Inner Life
In 2006, a team of Norwegian researchers set out to study how experienced psychotherapists help people to change. Led by Michael Rønnestad, a professor of clinical psychology at the University of Oslo, the team followed 50 therapist-patient
Inability to Feel Pleasure Could Influence Opioid Addiction Treatment, Scientists Say
A team of clinical scientists is examining a possible psychological symptom that may heighten craving and risk of replace for people recovering from opioid dependence.dependence.
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
A sample of research exploring interpretation bias in anxiety and depression, neural reward responsiveness in children with suicidal ideation, and eye movements and false-memory rates.
‘Great Recession’ linked to long-term mental health issues: study
Millions of Americans are still recovering from the “Great Recession” of 2008. But it’s not just their finances that took a hit. Those who suffered financial hardships due to the ruinous economic downturn are also