People who are troubled often have no idea that mental illness has anything to do with their difficulties. A psychiatrist explains how to talk to a teen, older adult or friend who has you concerned.
Living a full, productive life depends, in part, on mental health. An expert talks about why we need to pay attention and talk to our doctors about mental health concerns, such as anxiety and depression.
Mental illness and substance abuse can overwhelm those affected and their loved ones. Having both problems poses even bigger challenges. Here’s what you should know.
Discover why stress increases your risk of depression and how exercise can be a good antidote.
Sometimes your child’s struggles are just “bumps in the road” – and other times they’re more serious. A Cleveland Clinic expert offers tips on how to tell if your child needs a therapist.
If your child has an imaginary friend, you may wonder if this is normal. Learn how to handle an imaginary friend and when you should talk to a pediatrician.
People often think art therapy is just about painting, drawing or even sculpting. But it goes much deeper. Learn how it actually works from an art therapy manager.
When we think we’re multitasking, most often we aren’t really doing two things at once, but instead, individual actions in rapid succession.
Are you still holding on to relationships or things that are aggravating or making your life more difficult? Learn why you might be doing this and how you can stop from a psychologist.
Imposter syndrome is a pattern of self-doubt that can lead to anxiety, stress and missed opportunities. But recognizing it and having the tools to get past it can help you get out of your own way.