The National Register is proud to co-sponsor the “Future Directions in Mental Health Research: The View from Psychological Science,” a Congressional briefing organized by the American Psychological Association in cooperation with the Congressional Mental Health Caucus.
In a new analysis, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have outlined the need for a suicide prevention approach that is public health based and not only restricted to behavioral health settings.
A new study from Georgia State University showed older adults were mentally healthier and more inclined to seek out exercise and find it enjoyable after participating in a program that involved laughing during physical activity.
Starting October 1, the ICD-10 will include new codes to better mirror the diagnoses and classifications of the DSM-5.
The International Union of Psychological Sciences (IUPsyS) is seeking interested graduate students and/or young professionals to serve as interns with IUPsyS at the United Nations. The IUPsyS is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) accredited to the United Nations by the Department of Public Information (DPI) and the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Deadline is September 30, 2016.
Friends and family can be in an extremely important position to help prevent suicide, sometimes more immediately than mental health professionals.
This Wednesday from 2-3:30 PM Eastern Time, SAMHSA-HRSA will host a webinar on how behavioral health providers can best support those with HIV in their integrated primary care practices.
National Public Radio has published a review of the mental health challenges facing school children and what adults can do to help.
The Mental Health Liaison Group (MHLG) is urging supporters of the Mental Health Reform Act to call their senators this Friday, September 2.
The National Register is happy to announce that the state of Washington just adopted rules to allow expedited licensure mobility for Registrants! Visit our licensure mobility page to learn more and request a verification letter.
A new kind of support group has developed for those with schizophrenic or other symptoms that cause them to hear voices originating from their minds.
The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA) has announced the winners of its 2016 awards for contributions to family and integrated healthcare.