March 19, 2020

Colorado Public Radio: Colorado Coronavirus Updates For March 24: Closures, Testing, Cases And More

“I have an extreme aversion to the term,” said Dr. Ben Miller, a Denver psychologist and the chief strategy officer for the Well Being Trust. “Because […]
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 […]