July 3, 2020

Tyler, Kate Kraft & Wendy Landman: Walking Promotes Mental Health – How to Encourage More Ambling, Strolling, Striding and Hiking in All Communities

When you go for a walk, you’re not just moving your body from place to place. Something’s happening to your brain, too. Your mind clears. As […]
April 6, 2020

Flattening the 2nd Curve

Well Being Trust is an impact philanthropy advancing the mental, social and spiritual health of the United States. Framework for Excellence informing COVID-19 response to flatten the […]
January 30, 2020

News Release: New Framework and Policy Action Guide, Healing the Nation, features Actionable Solutions to Improve Mental Health and Well Being

Healing the Nation Released: New Framework and Policy Report features Actionable Solutions to Improve Mental Health and Well Being Washington, DC and Oakland, Calif., January 30—Today, […]
January 30, 2018

Mental Health Resources: Partner Links

Partner links Teen Line | Teens Helping Teens | call 310-855-4673 or text TEEN to 839863 New parent site: www.teenlineonline.org/parents Oregon Youthline | Teens Helping Teens | call […]
January 28, 2018

Mental Health Resources: Helpful Websites

Helpful Websites Suicide prevention: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (Talk Saves Lives VIDEO) LGBTQ youth suicide prevention & crisis intervention: The Trevor Project Suicide prevention advocacy: American Association of Suicidology Sexual […]
January 27, 2018

Mental Health Resources: Documents + How-to’s

Documents 5 Ways you can help prevent Bullying Well Being Trust Language Guide Well Being Trust Mental Health Digital Toolkit for Parents Well Being Trust Mental […]
October 9, 2017

Cyber aggression vs. cyberbullying and how to keep your child safe

There might have been a time where your child perpetuated aggression online without even realizing it. Have they ever joined in on a negative conversation about […]
August 14, 2017

Demystifying bipolar disorder with Olivia Callaghan and Clayton Chau, MD, PhD

Olivia Callaghan, Social Influencer and Clayton Chau, MD, Ph.D. discuss the stigmas and realities of bipolar disorder