Mental Health and Disorders
A free collection of articles about mental health and disorders published in The New York Times.
Jenifer McShane’s documentary introduces an empathetic method for policing.
Gary Gulman is showing us how to bring our inner selves out into the open.
Why do we teach them that a person with a knife is always a lethal threat?
Long-term trials showed limited benefits for omega-3 fatty acids in relieving symptoms of depression or anxiety.
Politicians have stalled. Can our readers do better?
Cutting and other forms of self-injury are on the rise among adolescents. Researchers are beginning to understand the phenomenon, and how to treat it.
Matt Hancock, the British health secretary, publicly apologized to a teenager with autism who has spent close to three years in near total seclusion.
The Huntsman family just made a $150 million gift for mental health research and care. The father had concentrated his donations on cancer research.
Under a “state-created danger” legal doctrine, a judge ordered the government to provide counseling and other services to compensate for trauma.
“Loss is simply what happens to you in life. Meaning is what you make happen,” the author of a new book says.