Cognitive behavioral therapy can help patients shed bad habits and anxious thoughts that make for sleepless nights.
A psychologist offers tips for how to handle interactions with family members and friends as society reopens during the pandemic.
Spending time in natural spaces—sitting, walking, thinking—goes a long way in improving mood, focus and underlying health.
Early childhood trauma can change the brain and genes—putting lower-income children at extraordinary risk.
Child psychology experts address the top 5 stressors for young people today—and how we can help.
A psychotherapist shares tips for how to bring the joy back to holiday gatherings.
Studies show you shouldn't browbeat yourself for your blue mood. Acknowledge and accept it—and then move on.
Worrying serves a purpose at times, but only to a point. Seek help if it becomes a level of anxiety that causes emotional distress or physical ailments.
Your kindergarten teacher had it right—if you want to bring cheer and goodness into your life, you should first deliver the joy to others.
Hanging onto bitterness does nothing to settle up with those who have wronged you—and at day's end, it'll lead to anxiety and depression.
For the first time in more than 20 years, a new type of treatment is approved for clinical depression. Ketamine has shown promising results in drug trials.
Here are ways to get a grip on stress today and into the new year.