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For people in New Jersey with mental illness, JFK’s final legislation ended the ordeal of being "warehoused" in secluded hospitals and forgotten institutions.
Parents can help children gain a sense of personal control by talking openly about violence and safety.
Naturally, in times of disaster, first things must come first. Unfortunately the mental health aspect of a disaster is often overlooked.
After the initial celebration is over, most returning service men and women experience some sort of an emotional letdown. This is part of the transition back to everyday life.
One of the most misunderstood and stigmatized illness in the world is schizophrenia.
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is real and treatable.
Stress and life's demands increase during the Holiday Season. Here are a few ways to manage holiday stress.
People with eating disorders experience serious disturbances in their eating patterns and extreme concern about body shape or weight.
Dealing with adult and children mental health needs during and after a disaster.
Since my first “Mental Health Matters” column appeared in the Patch in January, several people have reached out to me concerning self-injury. It is a difficult topic for people to discuss.
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