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Early Intervention For Borderline Personality Disorder

August 6, 2020

AUG. 05, 2020 By Andrea Rosenhaft LCSW-R   When I was in my twenties, I was using cocaine, starving and cutting myself. I destroyed a promising career in marketing due to multiple long-term hospitalizations for severe anorexia. After I was discharged from the eating disorder unit for the second time, my company dismissed me, and I collapsed more »

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How My Latina Identity Holds Hands with My Depression

July 31, 2020

JUL. 27, 2020 By Kristen Luft When I was in college, I was diagnosed with depression. It had been apparent that something was wrong halfway through high school when I carried a sadness, an exhaustion and a heaviness I couldn’t explain. I spent the rest of college trying to find the right treatment that would “fix me,” more »

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Discrimination and Racism in the History of Mental Health Care

July 30, 2020

JUL. 06, 2020 By Kylie M. Smith, Ph.D.   People with mental illness have always been discriminated against. They have been denied full participation in society and labeled as dangerous and criminal. Many have been locked in institutions that acted more like prisons designed to punish than hospitals designed to treat. In the 1960s, a series of more »

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Kim Kardashian’s Lament About Mental Illness Gets National Attention

July 27, 2020

Kim Kardashian West just performed a public service By Eugene Robinson, The Washington Post I never thought I’d begin a column by praising Kim Kardashian West, but I do so today. Arguably the world’s most famous-for-being-famous celebrity, Kardashian West performed a valuable public service this week by talking openly about the helplessness family members can more »

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