Does the correlation between creativity and mental illness ultimately do us harm?
After involuntary mental health treatment many patients feel afraid to seek more help. A constitutional challenge could change the way patients consent to treatment in British Columbia.
We talked to some of the artists featured in a new gallery exhibition that showcases work made by inmates while in prison.
It can still be dangerous to disclose your condition to your line manager, so how can we change work culture to protect the mentally ill?
Helping a suicidal loved one often means a drastic shift in your relationship. We asked people who have been there what they needed most in a friend.
"I keep seeing my neighbor's pool in winter, just an empty bowl of dusty blue tiles. Imagine standing in the middle of that, when suddenly, the pool fills up. In an instant, you're drowning."
How the police shooting of a mentally ill black man has flown under the radar in 2016 America.
Isolated from secular society and often at the mercy of unlicensed therapists who can do more harm than good, it can be nearly impossible for women in New York's ultra-Orthodox world to find the help they need.
Lately, I feel that the way I've lived for years—in hyperconscious, hypervigilant awareness of everything I put in my mouth—no longer serves to quell my depression and anxiety. It actually exacerbates it.