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App Reviews

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You may find using your phone too often is taking way from your ability to be engaged in the real world. Social media is a growing and can be a necessary component of many people’...


Who better than an Olympian to testify to the benefits of a therapeutic app for depression? That’s right, Michael Phelps admitted to struggling with anxiety and depression most of...

Declutter The Mind

Declutter The Mind is an app that offers free guided meditations to help users deal with stress, anxiety, sleep, and more. In the app, users can browse through and f...


Youper claims that it can help you feel less anxious, less stressed, and less blue. In terms of improvement, the app boasts it can make you more confident, focused, creative, balanc...


You may have heard of all the benefits of meditation but aren’t too privy as to how to go about the exercise. With the download of the new app Headspace:Meditation...

Stop, Breathe, and Think

Stop, Breathe, and Think (or SBT) is a free app to try for managing your feelings and emotions through short activities. Its time-friendly features aim to help you a...


One way to fight depression is to engage in simple activities to promote healthy habit building. This is the idea behind SuperBetter. The simple tasks in the app are transformed into a game to draw...


If you find it hard to explain the symptoms you feel when dealing with depression, learn to verbalize your feeling through Moodnotes. This convenient app takes journaling to the nex...


You no longer need to worry about mastering complicated techniques just to bring some relaxation into your life. Breathe2Relax capitalizes on our natural way of cons...


The Calm app utilizes beatific scenery and meditation to help induce feelings of calmness and relaxation. The ‘Meditation’ feature introduces novice users to the...

Clinical Trials

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Efficacy and Safety of AXS-05

This is a study looking at how safe and effective the investigational drug (AXS-05) is in treating patients who have been diagnosed with major depr

Set Your Goal: Engaging Go/No-Go Active Learning

Depression and anxiety are the largest contributors to disease and disability, affecting around 300 million people. This research study aims to red

A Family Depression Prevention Program (FDP)

Depression is a major public health problem affecting over 15 million U.S. adults annually and is especially prevalent in those of parenting age. O

Major Depressive Disorder Research Study

Depression can frequently make you feel sad or anxious. If it’s something you’re dealing with now or have in the past, you’re not alone. Part

Book Reviews

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The Inflamed Mind: A Radical New Approach to Depression

The Inflamed Mind: A Radical New Approach to Depression is a relatively recent book by University of Cambridge professor of psychiatry Edward Bullmore. Featured on CBS “This Morning” and a Sund...

Feeling Good: The New Mood Hypothesis

Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy is a book published in 1980 written by distinguished psychiatrist David D. Burns, MD. Burns is largely credited with the popularization of cognitive behavioral th...

The Happiness Hypothesis

The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom is a thought-provoking book by social psychologist and bestselling author of The Righteous Mind, Jonathan Haidt. A person who has de...

Happy: Finding Joy in Every Day and Letting Go of Perfect

Happy: Finding Joy in Every Day and Letting Go of Perfect is a Sunday Times bestseller by Fearne Cotton about strategies for staying positive in an increasingly negative world. Living such fast-pac...

Reasons to Stay Alive

Reasons to Stay Alive is a book by author Matt Haig specifically about his experience with depression. A Sunday Times number one bestseller and ranking in the top ten charts for 49 weeks, Reasons t...

Notes on a Nervous Planet

Notes on a Nervous Planet is a book about living in the modern technological age without getting overwhelmed by the constant stressors and anxieties that can lead to depression. Notes on a Nervous ...

The Wild Remedy: How Nature Mends Us

In her book The Wild Remedy: How Nature Mends Us, Emma Mitchell talks about her extensive experience with depression over 25 years, and how she used nature to find solace and gradually improve her ...

This Too Will Pass: Anxiety in a Professional World

This Too Will Pass is a book by author Richard Martin detailing his personal journey as depression hit him in the middle of his legal career and how he dealt with it. Many times people with success...

Lost Connections: Why You’re Depressed and How to Find Hope

Lost Connections: Why You’re Depressed and How to Find Hope is a widely renowned book by top-rated TED speaker and New York Times best-selling author of Chasing The Scream: The First and Last Day...

Jog On: How Running Saved My Life

Jog On: How Running Saved My Life is a book by Bella Mackie about her personal struggle with mental health issues and how running helped her to build momentum in her battle against anxiety and depr...

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