Interim MTA Pres. Sarah Feinberg Asks Mayor De Blasio To Boost NYPD Presence In Transit System Amid City's Growing Mental Health Crisis, Increasing Subway CrimeThe MTA is asking Mayor Bill de Blasio for more NYPD officers to patrol subways and buses. The transit agency cites a recent increase in crime and worsening mental health crisis in the city.
Psychologist Encourages Staying Connected, Looking For Bright Spots As 2021 Gets Off To A Stressful StartPsychologists say in every stressful, or even tragic, situation, we should look to the bright spots, the helpers, to give us hope.
Experts Caution Against Harsh New Year's Resolutions: 'Less Egoic, More Enriching'Mental health experts say people should not pick any resolutions that tap into shame they feel about themselves.
Coronavirus Mental Health: As Parents' Fears Rise, Expert Offers Coping Strategies For ChildrenAs the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, a new survey finds parents are worried about the impact on their children's mental health.
Feeling Stressed While Waiting For Election Results? Experts Say Stay Active, Don't Isolate Yourself And Take BreaksYou don't have to turn off social media or the news, just take breaks to quiet your mind.
350 NYC Schools Will Receive Support From Mental Health Professionals To Help Students, Mayor SaysTwenty-six schools will also be allowed to refer students for additional therapy at mental health clinics.
In Year Of Unparalleled Anxiety, Experts Tell CBS2 No One Immune To Mental Health Struggles2020 will be remembered as a year marred by the coronavirus pandemic - the death toll, the shutdowns and job losses - but, perhaps most of all, for anxiety and fear.
Navigating The Profound Sense Of Loss And Mental Health Challenges During COVID: A Conversation With Jumaane Williams & Dr. Mark EpsteinThe coronavirus pandemic has been marked by a great sense of loss - whether it's the loss of a loved one, the loss of our good health, a job, or sense of normalcy. And no one is immune.
Rutgers University Student Government Hoping To Help Peers Struggling With Anxiety, Depression During PandemicA recent study by Active Minds found 80% college students say COVID has negatively impacted their mental health.
Pet Therapy Program Helps Boost Spirits Of Doctors, NursesA pet therapy program is boosting the spirits of doctors and nurses on the front lines.
Telehealth Behavioral Therapy Now Being Reimbursed By Government, Insurance CompaniesMental health issues have always taken a tremendous toll on society: Economic, physical and emotional. It's even greater during the pandemic and in a divided political climate.
CDC Survey: Coronavirus Pandemic Has Been Psychologically Crippling For Millennials, Young PeopleAfter months of isolation, uncertainty and copious suffering, it's no surprise the coronavirus has wreaked havoc on the mental health of so many Americans.
New Moms Face Unique Mental Health Challenges During Coronavirus PandemicLiving through the pandemic is difficult for all families juggling work, school and stress, but one group facing unique mental health challenges is new moms.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama Opens Up About Mental Health: 'I Am Dealing With Some Form Of Low-Grade Depression'"About 1 in 5 U.S. citizens will meet criteria for depression at some point during their lifetime," said psychiatrist Dr. Victor Fornari of the Zucker Hillside Hospital.
Long Island Man Helping Minorities Fight Stigma That Comes With Discussions About Mental HealthLong Island native and author Mike Veny is hoping his book, Transforming Stigma, will help change the way Black Americans view mental health and asking for help.