- Harvard Gazette
Why returning to ‘normal’ feels so not
Even when the pandemic eases, a new set of emotional challenges will have only just begun.
- Business School
Solving COVID's mental health crisis
- Harvard Chan School
Disruption of work relationships adds to mental-health concerns during pandemic
- Kennedy School
A study shows simple interventions can help to build emotional resilience during COVID-19
- Harvard Chan School
COVID’s triple whammy for Black students
- Graduate School of Education
Young adults are among the hardest hit by loneliness during pandemic
Mental health benefits of gender-affirming surgery
Gender-affirming surgeries are associated with numerous positive health benefits, including lower rates of psychological distress.
How trauma and mental health contribute to incarceration
Policy recommendations made by the Harvard Kennedy School explore how to address the correlation between trauma, mental health, substance use, and incarceration.
Belonging is key to the mental health of students of color
A key difficulty in addressing mental health issues among minority students is fostering a sense of belonging.
Big impact of microaggressions
Microaggressions contribute to injuries to the psyche that may seem unrelenting and can result in depression, fatigue, anger, and even physical ailments.
Lower risk of depression with elevated exercise
Menopause and mental health
When science meets mindfulness
Can microdosing psychedelics improve your mental health?
Five Questions with Vikram Patel
Early birds may be happier than night owls
Depression and Alzheimer’s
Psychology’s new openness to religion
The Anxious Achiever
This Harvard Business Review podcast rethinks mental health through the stories and experiences of leaders who’ve been there.
- Mental health benefits
Are you offering the mental health benefits your BIPOC employees need?
- Supporting Employees
Ways managers can support employees’ mental health
Why leaders need meditation now more than ever
- Battling Imposter Syndrome
Tailored for perfection
College stress: A study looks at the mental health of college students from more than 100 institutions
- Supporting health care workers
Increasing investments in mental health benefits everyone
Harvard announces a new 24/7 mental health hotline for students
Counseling and Mental Health Services has launched a new 24/7 hotline for students who have mental health concerns or questions.
Wellness Corner unveils new spaces and programming for students
Mather House faculty and Harvard’s mindfulness coordinator recently announced the official opening of the Wellness Corner.
Counseling and mental health services
Counseling and Mental Health Services at Harvard offers students a variety of resources to support and manage mental health.