As posed by a team of researchers from McLean Hospital, a leading Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) treatment center in Belmont, Massachusetts, the headline of this post is not a question…
American people of color are dying younger and more frequently than white Americans. Black and Hispanic people currently represent nearly two-thirds of US coronavirus deaths among people under 65
People from minority communities have largely been excluded from BPD research and access to clinical services. Turns out that has been the case with most every other mental health disorder. But that may be changing
The emotional strength that plays a large role in overcoming devastating emotional turmoil and trauma…
Questions, concerns and confusion have accompanied the new trend in health care: the virtual visit. There are several very good arguments for using this technology but also others against it.
There is a great deal of angry social protest happening around the world regarding the seemingly endless number of deadly encounters between people of color and local law enforcement agencies. There are also great concern and stress caused by the ongoing Covid19 pandemic.
It’s no surprise that many people are reporting on virtually all social media platforms that they are experiencing related mental health problems.