How to Keep People Engaged in Mental Health Treatment By Revella H. Nesbit, M.Ed., LPC-S, ODCP | Jul. 19, 2019 The issue is not only the ability to access care but also the ability to obtain effective care—which means culturally competent care. Here's what that looks like. Read More. Mental Health Challenges in the LGBTQ+ Community By Rui Pires and Katherine Ponte | Jul. 17, 2019 While it is encouraging that more communities are securing equal rights and protections, we still have a long way to go when it comes to LGBTQ+ mental health. Read More. Coping with Bipolar Disorder within My Faith Community By Ivory Smith Causey | Jul. 15, 2019 "I believe medication, therapy and spirituality are holistic resources that work together as an integrated system of treatment." Read More. Courage and Progress By Taraji P. Henson | Jul. 12, 2019 In an interview, Taraji P. Henson talks about her father’s strength in the face of mental illness and making it safe for all of us to speak openly about mental health. Read More. The Millennial Voice: Normalizing Mental Health Across Backgrounds By Diamond James | Jul. 09, 2019 As a generation that prides itself on diversity and inclusion, millennials can have conversations about mental health that bridge gaps across backgrounds. Read More. Why We Need More Culturally Competent Therapists By Sebastian Martinez | Jul. 08, 2019 "I realized some time ago that no matter how much mental health service I received, those who were providing therapy were not always culturally competent." Read More. 4 Ways to Love Yourself as a Black Woman with Mental Illness By Kara Lynch | Jul. 03, 2019 After years of feeling like her bipolar disorder would stop her from living the life she wanted, Kara finally realized that she could achieve her goals even with her diagnosis. Here are four key lessons she learned along the way. Read More. Balancing Expectations with Mental Health By Michelle Yang | Jul. 01, 2019 Today is the first day of Minority Mental Health Month. Read Michelle's story of how expectations from her family impacted her mental health journey and recovery. Read More.