The Problem with “Resilience:”​ Whose Responsibility is Mental Health?

Does emphasizing “resilience” among individuals strengthen our societies, or does it take the responsibility off of policymakers to shape equitable social systems? Peter Varnum shares his thoughts through the lens of his own mental health experience.

Younger Workers Place Emphasis on Mental Health in the Workplace

How can employers attract and retain young talent? Laura Zera outlines why investing in mental health benefits both employers and their employees.

Let’s Stand Up: Why the World Needs More Mental Health Advocates

Our founder, Katherine Switz shares her mental health journey and the impetus for building a global community of mental health advocates.

How To Manage Job Search Stress During The Pandemic

The job search can be an anxiety-producing process. The uncertainty of the global pandemic adds stress on top of the already arduous task of finding a job in a competitive job market. How do you care for your mental health while job searching? Founder and career coach, Kyle Elliott shares his suggestions.

A 5-Step Strategy to Mental Health Challenges: Recommendations for my Younger Self

Jason Park shares five recommendations for his younger self with the hope that his strategies will be helpful to others managing their own mental health challenges.

Does Everyone Get a Chance, or a Few Chances, to Succeed?

Does everyone have an equal chance to succeed by society’s standards after recovering from a mental health episode? Peter Varnum uses the example of his own life – and his connection with someone he met in the hospital – to address mental health and vital conditions.

8 Things I Wish I Could Tell My Younger Self

In the hopes of helping others along their mental health journeys, Kyle Elliott shares eight things he would tell his younger self, if he could.

Food and Mood: A Fireside Chat With Emmanuel Lopez

We sat down with Emmanuel Lopez to learn about how he is using food to help manage his clinical depression and seasonal affective disorder. Here’s what he shared.

Peer Support in Early Intervention Services for Psychosis: A Fireside Chat With Jason Grant

In this first Fireside Chat, Jason shares about his own experience with psychosis, what he has seen through his work as a peer support worker, how Covid-19 has changed early intervention services and more.

Are Zoom Calls Psychologically Safe?

Thanks to COVID-19, video calls aren’t going away anytime soon. But while they used to primarily consist of time with close friends or family, today there are any number of opportunities—some mandatory—to face a bunch of relative strangers two feet away on your high-resolution monitor.