Mental Health In The Media

Greetings, NAMI Connecticut Members, Partners and Friends. 

The recent articles below cover issues relevant to Connecticut’s mental health community:

11 Times Black Celebs Opened Up About Dealing With Mental Health Issues
The Huffington Post - - July 14, 2017

Addiction and Dual Diagnosis: Why Substance Abuse and Mental Health Go Together
Psych Central - - June 2017

Albuquerque Police Department Uses AHRQ Resources for Crisis Intervention Team Training
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality - - May 2017

Brandon Marshall delivers powerful message to owners about mental health
USA TODAY Sports - - July 26, 2017

Dr. McCance-Katz Breezes Through Confirmation Hearing On Her Way To Become New Mental Health/Substance Abuse Czar
Pete Earley - - August 1, 2017

Here’s How To Responsibly Talk About Mental Health In The Public Eye
The Huffington Post - - July 25, 2017

How yoga is helping girls heal from trauma
The Conversation - - May 31, 2017

Pediatrics-based Brief Therapy Outdoes Referral for Youths with Anxiety and Depression
Science Update - - May 31, 2017

The Ripple Effect of Medicaid, From My Life To Yours
The Huffington Post - - July 3, 2017

To Anyone Who Is Terrified After Chester Bennington’s Death
The Mighty - - July 21, 2017

Trauma Is the Gateway Drug – an Ace’s Informed Approach to Substance Abuse Treatment
Children's Mental Health Network - - July 9, 2017

Unable To Find Help For His Son, New Yorker Creates Alternative To Prison For The Seriously Ill And Drug Offenders
Pete Earley - - July 1, 2017

Women and men may have different bipolar disorder biomarkers
bp Magazine - - July 26, 2017

You Are What You Eat: Why Your Diet Matters to Your Brain
Mylea Charvat, Ph.D. - - July 26, 2017


And on a lighter note:

B.C. - - July 5, 2017



If you have a suggested article, blog or video for our next edition, please send it our way.


Sincerely, Thomas Burr

Communications Manager - NAMI Connecticut



Please Note: The views expressed in the above articles, video’s etc., solely represent the views of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of NAMI Connecticut, it’s members, partners and/or affiliates.