The introduction of COVID-19 into our world has dealt a significant blow to our daily lives, routines and rituals. Nearly 140,000 loved ones have died, 40 million have lost jobs, and anxiety and [...]
New York City-based psychotherapist Sherry Amatenstein was diagnosed with breast cancer in mid-February. When the first cases of Covid-19 in the city were reported a few weeks later, she raced to [...]
Listen. Simply listen. Too often in conversation, people forget the best form of support is just listening. Not talking over someone, or talking about your life only; but truly listening to [...]
This story speaks to the truth and honesty of #QuietingTheSilence and sharing personal stories to raise awareness of mental illness and eradicate shame and stigma. Read the full story.
“Many mental illnesses are “invisible,” which makes it hard for people to recognize them and sympathize with those suffering.” – Sophie Riegel 19-year-old Sophie Riegel gives [...]
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Gabby Spatt, Executive Director Phone: (404) 490-2391 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Quieting the Silence About Mental Illness and Addiction Book aims to [...]
Social distancing or social isolation is a new term and experience for most of us-one that is taking away physical human interaction and offering a new virtual way of connecting. While we may be [...]
Thank you to the New York Jewish Week for sharing this great article where a self-advocate shares how to support friends and family with mental illness. Read the full article online.