UPMC Psychiatrist: Remember The Importance Of Taking Care Of Your Mental HealthDealing with grief during the coronavirus pandemic has been especially difficult for those who've had to endure it.
'Your Child Is So Lucky To Have You As A Parent': Local Special Education Teacher Writes Pandemic Parenting GuideIt’s been a rough few months for parents. Schools, parks, playgrounds -- all closed.
Checking In With Susan Koeppen: UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital Turns To Telemedicine To Ease New Moms' FearsWith the current pandemic leading to stay-at-home orders and calls for social distancing, it has been a particularly difficult time for pregnant women and new moms.
Mental Health & Coronavirus: Local Therapist Says Staying Connected To Loved Ones Is CrucialA local therapist is making sure people know that during isolation, it's important to reach out to family, friends, and those you love.
Checking In With Susan Koeppen: Yes, We Need To Stay Home, But Getting Fresh Air Is Also Important For Your HealthIn her ongoing series, "Checking in with Susan Koeppen," Susan Koeppen talks to Haley Hiller, a clinical educator at UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital, about the importance of getting fresh air.
Light Therapy Box Can Treat Seasonal Affective DisorderPittsburgh can look so dreary sometimes.
New Ways For Pittsburghers To Access Mental Health CareIt can be tough to access mental health care, but there are new ways to try to bridge the gap for people.
Gov. Wolf Launches 'Reach Out PA,' Mental Health InitiativeA sweeping effort to improve mental health services and change public perceptions has been announced by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf.
'Your Mental Health Matters': Governor Tom Wolf Outlines Effort To Bolster Mental Health ServicesA broad effort to improve mental health services and change public perceptions of mental illness was announced Thursday by Pennsylvania’s governor.
Wolf Administration Provides Resources For Mental Health, Substance Use DisordersThe Wolf Administration is letting individuals of mental health and substance use disorder know about some available resources.
FCC Approves 3-Digit Number For Suicide Prevention HotlineThe Federal Communications Commission is moving ahead with plans to designate a three-digit number to reach the National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988.