He leaned back and sighed. “I think what you need is a spiritual experience.”
"By building social capacity, communities can respond to their own issues rather than rely on responses from the criminal justice system."
Two new books provide a devastating vision of America’s mental health crisis.
Recently my father-in-law's Medicaid plan stopped covering Lexapro—with little notice. By the time he could get authorization for a "preferred" antidepressant, he had quit cold turkey.
“War is not healthy for children and other living things.” That consciously obvious claim—a favored bumper sticker in the 1960s—came to mind while reading a report in USA Today saying that one in four soldiers at the nation’s largest army post have been in counseling during the past year.