May 2019 | Mental Health America

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May 2019

How Crayons Saved My Life: Art & Recovery

By Amanda Lipp, Founder & CEO of The Giving Gallery

Ten to Twenty Percent of New Moms Experience Postpartum Depression: Why Should Employers Care?

By Carole Mendoza, IBM Director of Global Health Benefits and Well-being Strategy, and Board Member, 2020 Mom

Pregnancy and childbirth are often an exciting, happy time in a family’s life, but it is also an incredibly stressful time to the whole family. This becomes even more difficult when mom works.

The Key to Breaking Mental Health Stigma: Online Education

By Marjorie Morrison, CEO & President of Psych Hub

Through my four years as CEO and founder of PsychArmor, I learned firsthand how to create a movement through online learning. As I looked deeper into issues that veterans face, the more I learned how prevalent those issues are to the entire country’s population.

There are harrowing stats.

How a bike exchange in Honolulu supports community mental health

By Christine Williams and Wil Crary

How Company Culture May Be Impacting Your Mental Health

By Taylor Adams, Manager, Workplace Mental Health

Think back to the last time you were struggling at work because of stress or a personal issue. Did you talk to your supervisor about it? When was the last time you took a day off for your mental health? Work-related stress is common in the workplace, but your company’s culture and your relationship with your supervisor play a major role in how you perform your job and manage your stress.

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