May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and the American Psychological Association is making sure that women of diverse backgrounds feel heard and validated by their therapists with revamped guidelines for… Continue reading Addressing Sexism and Bias in Mental Health Therapy
By Phyllis Vine This year has brought much good news for long-time followers of mental health reform. President Biden’s American Rescue Plan included billions for the training of mental health… Continue reading Mental Health Reform Activists Played The Long Game. Here’s What That Can Teach Us Today.
Jonathan Sharp The fact that medical professionals seldom ask women whether they served in the military upon assigning them a diagnosis is just one of the reasons why many female… Continue reading Why Are Military Women Affected by Toxic Exposure More than Men?
6/12/2021 by RAWAN HAMADEH Like so many other global health issues, the burdens of mental health fall hardest on women. Building a more equitable world means acknowledging—and addressing—that gap. The month of… Continue reading Women Carry An Undue Mental Health Burden. They Shouldn’t Have To