Mental Illness

The diagnostic system used by many mental health practitioners in the United States — known as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders — assumes that symptoms of two disorders that occur at the same time are additive and that the order in which the disorders are presented doesn’t More

Nearly 1 in 4 American adults lives with a mental health disorder, yet less than 2 in 100 participate in mental health research (CISRP, 2012). Researchers in the field struggle to engage enough participants in their work, making it difficult to achieve breakthroughs in the treatment of mood disorders. More