July 31, 2018

With Depression and Suicide Rates on the Rise, National Survey Reveals Complex Relationship Between Social Media Use and Mental Well-Being

Young people experiencing symptoms of depression actively turn to digital tools, including social media,       to learn about and seek support for their problems   […]
July 11, 2018

Cheer Up the Lonely Day

Every year, on July 11th, comes a somewhat obscure national dayobscure enough that were willing to bet you havent heard of it before. Today is Cheer […]
July 2, 2018

For some, depression deepens as temperatures rise

Its sunny and warm outside, kids are splashing in wading pools and your friends are posting vacation pictures on social media. So why arent you happy? […]
June 28, 2018

Coping with Stress in the Workplace

In the most recent Stress In America report, which is conducted every year by the American Psychological Association, 61% participants reported that work was a leading […]
June 25, 2018

Don’t be afraid of your mistakes

To be fully alive, fully human, and completely awake is to be continually thrown out of the nest. -Pema Chodrun One night I was sitting around […]
June 14, 2018

TFAH and WBT: The Nation Must Heed Calls for Help, We Must do More to Prevent Deaths of Despair

Washington D.C., and Oakland, Calif., June 14  In response to new data showing nearly 1 in 3 high school students report persistent feelings of sadness […]
June 14, 2018

Engaged Philanthropy: Putting Ourselves On The Line

By Tyler Norris, MDiv, Chief Executive, Well Being Trust & Janaya L. Nichols, MSc, Senior Program Manager,          Well Being Trust When we […]
June 1, 2018

Eat Well, Be Well

More and more were learning that a healthy, nourishing diet is not only a foundational requisite for good physical health, but key for good mental health […]
May 29, 2018

Change I to We

by Taylor Wesley What do you think when you hear the phrase “mental illness”? I always thought, growing up, that my mental illness was a weakness […]