Stresses of Life: How do we move forward?

Patricia Wu meets with Wood to discuss "Between Us" and its message of mental well-being.

Inside The Casket: Cherishing Life – Andria Giles

Jessica Reyes sits down with Andria Giles, a participant in MHTN's "Inside The Casket," and her experience.

Your Dreams, Front and Center: The Magic of Vision Boards

There's a super fun way to make your dreams feel closer – it's called a vision board!A vision board is like a collage of...

Supporting Mothers Through All Ups and Downs

Jessica Reyes talks with Valerie Probstfeld, creator of the podcast "To Mom is To Love, to discuss motherhood.

Does Success Have an Expiration Date? Finding Joy Post Peak

Feeling LostAn article from The Atlantic shares a story about an elderly man who was once world-famous but now feels irrelevant. People often feel...

Maryland Law Gives College Students a Mental Health Break

Hosts Jessica Reyes, Patricia Wu, sit down with guest, Dr. Cortina Peter to discuss a new Maryland law that gives college students a mental health break.

Improve and Understand Your Emotional Intelligence

Have you ever felt a coworker's comment rub you the wrong way, but couldn't quite put your finger on why?That's where emotional intelligence (EQ)...

Do You Choose Fight or Flight? The Truth Behind Our Trauma Responses

Myth 1: Not All Trauma Involves a Direct Threat to SurvivalMany believe that emotional neglect or shaming is not traumatic because it doesn’t involve...

Can Lifestyle Changes Reverse Early Alzheimer’s?

On 'Psychology Behind the Headlines,' hosts Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and guest Dr. Cortina Peters discuss the inspiring story of Simon Nicholls a man diagnosed with early Alzheimer's who reversed his condition through significant lifestyle changes.

Embracing Inner Strength and Hope: How Can it Change Lives?

Jessica Reyes and mental health educator, Jackie Delise, discuss strength, resilience, and hope; and how embracing them can change lives.

Exercise or Mental Tool: How Movement Proments Mental Well-Being

Jessica Reyes and founder of Chicago Dance Therapy, Erica Hornthal, discuss how movement can impact mental health.