LGBTQ+ Support: 4 ways to go from bystander to ally
To show up as an active ally rather than a passive bystander, Dr. Danielle Jackman (she, her, hers) and Callan Smith (he, him, his) share helpful recommendations we can all follow.
6 Practices for Preventing Depression with Dr. Elissa Epel
Honoring World Mental Health Day with this Stress Resilient Toolkit that contains six specific practices that support both the body and mind.
Care at Every Age: Digital Mental Health Intervention Reduces Depression in Older Adults
Can digital mental health interventions also help middle-aged or older adults reduce depression? According to a recent study, the answer is yes.
Meru Talks: Using Biofeedback to Improve Mental Health
Dr. Paul Lehrer will introduce us to the world of Biofeedback: What is it, what are the mind-body mechanisms behind it, and how can we use biofeedback techniques to better manage stress and improve wellbeing?
Cutting edge research: The Meru Health Program effectively reduces symptoms of severe depression, with long-lasting results
As new digital mental health solutions have come here to stay, the question that many ask, is how well do they work for severely depressed patients?
Meru Talks: Emotional Intelligence with Dr. Philippe Goldin & Christine Tobler
How can Emotional Intelligence help us in pursuit of better resilience, stress management, and overall wellbeing?
Measuring the efficacy of depression and anxiety treatment
How to measure the quality and efficacy of mental health treatments, whether it’s psychotherapy, antidepressants, or other types of care, has been a question mark in the mental health industry for decades…
Evolutionary Psychologist, Dr. Markus J. Rantala Explains Why We Get Depressed
Why do we get depressed? And why has depression increased dramatically in the past decades? In this video, evolutionary psychologist double-doctorate Markus J. Rantala, explains his view on the topic.
The Science: How Food and Metabolism Impact Mood — Q+A with Dr. Shebani Sethi
Dr. Shebani Sethi demystifies the complex ways our food intake and metabolic state impacts how we feel, and offers tangible suggestions for brain-healthy diet patterns.
Getting started with biofeedback to improve mental health
Dr. Inna Khazan explains how we can train the body’s involuntary functions, like breathing and heart rate, to better manage stress, anxiety and even depression.