March 19, 2020

Ben & Alex Briscoe Opinion in California Health Report: As Schools Close, California Must Protect Access to Mental Health Care

America’s unprecedented and still evolving response to COVID-19 can and should be focused on mitigating the spread of the virus and its impact on vulnerable populations. […]
March 19, 2020

Ben Miller Opinion (in the Colorado Sun): Let’s overwhelm this coronavirus crisis with creativity and compassion

As the reality of life with the COVID-19 pandemic begins to set in, we are confronted with a mounting number of questions and a frustrating scarcity […]
March 18, 2020

Advisory Board: One hospitalized millennial warns: ‘Take COVID-19 seriously’

Millennials are also more likely to feel lonely, and social distancing policies may add to that sense of loneliness, the New York Times reports. Benjamin Miller, a psychologist […]
March 18, 2020

The World News: Los millennials se enfrentan a los riesgos para la salud del coronavirus

Pero quedarse en casa y practicar el distanciamiento social puede afectar más a los adultos jóvenes, ya que enfrentan desafíos adicionales de salud mental, especialmente si viven solos […]
March 6, 2020

IHI Blog: Is Culture the Key to Improving Behavioral Health Care and Staff Experience in the Emergency Department?

To address this, IHI and Well Being Trust partnered on an initiative called ED & Upstream (ED & UP) to develop and test a theory of […]
March 6, 2020

Open Minds: Well Being Trust Urges Changes To U.S. Behavioral Health Policy To Improve Assessment & Access To Care

To improve behavioral health in the United States, Well Being Trust recommends that policymakers adopt a new framework with five engagement points to increase the frequency […]
March 2, 2020

Ben’s op-ed in Health Progress (Journal of the CHA): Fighting Fragmentation, Mental Health Benefits from Integrated Care

The data is going in the wrong direction. While life expectancy has been on the rise since the 1960s, its sharp decline over the last three […]