Competitive employment remained stable over several years for those in supported employment, even though contact with an employment specialist decreased.
Veterans may worry that if they work for pay they will lose their benefits, but the reality is often different, and when they have an opportunity to examine their options, work can often be an attractive one.
A new Center on Aging at the University of California, San Diego, will promote innovative research, education, and policy to improve the quality of life for the growing numbers of senior citizens in the United States.
A wide-ranging socioecological approach may be a better way than the current mental health system to address ethnic disparities in delivering care.
Parents may need to invest a lot of work to ultimately value children who are very different from themselves, says a well-known author and lecturer in psychiatry.
A New York psychiatrist is lauded for her coalition-building work over the span of her career, including extensive efforts to educate diverse audiences about mental health issues.
Psychiatrists and mental health clinicians helped Bostonians navigate the devastating aftermath of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
In becoming dean of a new medical school in Texas, Francisco Fernandez, M.D., is in a sense coming home—not just to Texas, where he formerly worked, but to a Hispanic culture reminiscent in many ways of his native Cuba.
Give an Hour promotes better mental health care for U.S. troops and veterans and recently honored lawmakers who have worked to help reach its goal.
Early intervention can help lessen the burden on young people of mental illness or its symptoms, but the problem is getting them into the mental health system in the first place.
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