Vancleave Church Members Take Kids’ Mental Health Courses

VANCLEAVE, Miss. (WLOX) – Pine Lake Baptist Church members learn what youth go through during crisis situations. “This is a concern that I have dealt with as a Pastor for a number of years, and I am learning some new things here, some useful things,” said Pastor Rendall Cofield. Cofield says a child’s mental health … Read more

Does money make you happy? The latest research may surprise you | family finances

Our collective understanding of the relationship between money and happiness has been revolutionized in recent decades as researchers discover more and more intimate links between individuals’ earnings and their everyday happiness. The old adage “money doesn’t buy happiness” has evolved in recent decades to the understanding that individuals’ happiness increases with income — to a … Read more

Harry Miller talks about the journey to mental health

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Six months ago, Harry Miller decided to retire from playing soccer in the state of Ohio due to his mental health. But today you can still find him on the sidelines, cheering on his former teammates and inspiring everyone. What you need to know Harry Miller medically retired from football in March … Read more

NYC Kids Seek Therapy After Exposure to Vagrants and Addicts

New York City schoolchildren are losing their minds over the sunken drug addicts and raging bums they encounter every day — and flock to therapists to find ways to deal with the stress, The Post has learned. In neighborhoods like Hell’s Kitchen, “many” children are now in therapy, according to mother Katie Hamill, 43, whose … Read more

San Antonio nonprofit honored by Bon Appetit magazine for mental health work with hospitality workers | Taste | San Antonio

Courtesy Photo / Saint City Culinary Foundation Saint City Culinary Foundation founder Joel Rivas speaks to a group. San Antonio’s Saint City Culinary Foundation and Heard Mental Wellbeing Program are recognized by Enjoy your dinner magazine as one of the five Heads of the Table for 2022. The honor is given to people and organizations … Read more

Study: Children in the womb during Superstorm Sandy may be at greater risk of mental health problems

LONG BEACH, Long Island (WABC) — As kids on Long Island enjoy a fall day, a deeper problem could arise. A new study revealed that children who were in their mother’s wombs during Superstorm Sandy could have dramatically higher rates of depression, anxiety and ADHD. “Of course, as a parent I would be worried now,” … Read more

J Balvin’s new bilingual mental health app, OYE, aims to channel emotion into creativity – NBC New York

When J Balvin found himself struggling to make music amid his struggles with mental health, he made the difficult decision to seek help. Now he uses what he has learned to help others. Born José Álvaro Osorio Balvín, the Colombian singer is one of the best-selling Latin music artists of this generation and is known … Read more

Health experts from the three states urge people to seek help when seasonal mental health problems arise

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) — The seasons change, and mental health professionals say you can see changes in your mood, too. According to the Archives of General Psychiatry, 50% of all mental illnesses begin at age 14, and 75% of them begin in their mid-20s. “Mental health care is a very unique and individualized journey,” said … Read more

“You’re Not Alone”: Suicide Attempts Among Teen Girls Increased 50% During Pandemic, CDC Finds

Bethlehem, Connecticut — Emma Wantstall has learned that it’s okay to ask for help. The 18-year-old former cheerleader began treatment for her mental health in July after slipping into deep depression during the pandemic. “It got to the point where I overdosed,” she said. “I planned on going to bed that night and not waking … Read more