Dr. Madhukar Trivedi and Dr. Vikram Patel suggest a change in mental health care to promote early detection and better treatment and ensure longer-term wellness.
With one out of four people managing depression, chances are the person next to you can empathize and offer help.
Can a chance meeting with another person influence our attitude?
Are you having trouble coping with the holiday family get togethers? This might help.
A walk in the woods provides a welcome alternative to the news.
Has anyone measured the impact of playfulness on mental health? Be a kid, make your playlist and dare to sing and dance out loud. How do you measure the power of the human spirit?
How do you manage end of life care for your parent? There is no handbook but here is one story.
How can one rebuild after a relapse of depression and the loss of a friend?
Be bold. Be compassionate.
On September 1, 2015, the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care at UT Southwestern under the direction of Dr. Madhukar Trivedi was officially launched. Dr. Trivedi, an internationally recognized expert in depression and mood disorders, received the 2015 American Psychiatric Association Award for Research, the Association’s most significant award for research.
Hersh finds closure of a part of her life by letting go of an old car.
After 25 years of marriage, I return to the Great Barrier Reef with my 19 year-old daughter to reflect back to who I thought I'd be.
A trip to Stanford gives a look into the work of Dr. Amit Etkin and Stanford's NeuroCircuit Group.
Managing the good things in life as well as the tragedies can impact mental health.
Should the media be reporting on medical treatments when they lack the time and expertise to fully present information?
The Germanwings crash causes a new look at regulations for pilots. Do current FAA regulations cause pilots to hide depression and bipolar disease, resulting in more severe illness?
The arts offer an unthreatening microscope and telescope to examine stories, which we can adapt to our own healing.
Can the lessons of Stagger Lee teach a new generation to make lasting change?
A discovery of memorabilia on Christmas morning brings back memories of parents who are no longer with us. The good news for those who are encountering this experience for the first time - it does get better.
A mother gets an unexpected surprise when she hikes to the point where she attempted suicide in 2001 with her now 20 year-old son.
Decidí Vivir, the Spanish translation of Struck by Living, released this week. The translation process helped heal two families of different languages and culture, but a shared experience of depression.
Ken Hersh, at his recent business school reunion (Stanford), gave a talk on the Top Five ways he maintained his mental health while I was suffering with my suicidal depression. This article recaps his Top Five.
After a flurry of interviews the week of Robin Williams death, a writer reflects on the change needed to cause a quantum shift in mental health.
Inspired by the faith of immigrants in the "Lost in Translation" speaker series, Hersh explores the impact of faith on resilience. This event took place at the Dallas Museum of Art as part of Arts and Letters Live.
Marine Corps Corporal Jacob Schick, veteran of Iraq who sustained 46 operations and 23 blood transfusions after nearly dying on duty, gives his credo for maintaining a positive attitude.
How do you appreciate those important spring moments when there are too many of them?
How does a chance mother-son bet spur global suicide awareness?
Most of military suicides occur once personnel have left the military and returned home. Can engagement change this trend?
Smart Mental Edge Training (SMART) at the Center for BrainHealth offers a lesson about the military.
Can the arts be a vehicle for healing?