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Why Imposter Syndrome Goes Deep for Multiracial People


By Jennifer Cheang, Director of Digital Marketing at Mental Health America

At MHAScreening.org, we know that among Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) that take a mental health screen, people who identified themselves as…Read More

Caring for Patients in the Time of COVID-19


By Eddie Russo, RN

March 6th, 2020—I will remember that day for many years to come.  Walking into my night shift that evening, I knew COVID-19 began to crawl its way into our Seattle hospital.

When my shift began, I was in…Read More

New Data from MHA Screening Shows Differences in Anxiety, Depression and Suicidal Ideation Across Race and Ethnicity


By Madeline Reinert, MPH, Manager of Population Health at Mental Health America and Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO of Mental Health America

The Mental Health America (MHA)…Read More

Know the Signs: Help Prevent a Loved One’s Suicide


By Wendy Martinez Farmer, LPC, Crisis Solutions Lead, Beacon Health Options

A true story by a Beacon Health Options employee
Anna was one of the most talented and creative…Read More

When a Frontline Nurse Contracted COVID-19


By Victoria Renard, Vice President of Development at Mental Health America

As the VP of Development at Mental Health America (MHA), I introduce myself as the person lucky enough to work with incredibly talented people developing…Read More