Category: Mental Health Awareness

Talkspace Reviews New Ways to Partner With Colleges to Help Fight Growing U.S. Mental Health Epidemic

Talkspace announced its first partnership with a higher learning institution in September 2019. The partnership with Williams College is a direct response to the national need for better access to mental health services among the nation’s college students. Founded in 1793, Williams College is the second-oldest higher learning institution in Massachusetts. The college has over 2,000 students

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American Addiction Centers’ Message to Law Enforcement: Don’t Suffer in Silence

Elizabeth “Liz” Barton is a national administrator for first responder services for American Addiction Centers. For Barton, the topic of mental health advocacy for law enforcement is a personal one. In 2012, her grandfather, a police officer, died by suicide. As the daughter of a police officer and the wife of a firefighter, she has

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Talkspace Reviews Why Friendships Are Not Always Healthy

Most people are unaware that they are engaging in a toxic friendship. The common mindset is that friends stick together no matter what; however, this can be a damaging mindset in your life. If you have a friendship that you feel is more harmful than beneficial, you may want to consider cutting ties with that

Charlamagne Tha God Takes on Mental Health Awareness with a New Book and Show

Charlamagne Tha God is continuing his hot streak with a new book coming out and a new show on the way. The book, “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me,” has recently been released and will likely do well, just as his prior book did, “Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It.” In