September is National Suicide Prevention Month. While this is an important topic no matter the month, this is an opportunity to acknowledge those who have been impacted by suicide, raise awareness, and help connect individuals and families with resources and treatment options to help prevent suicide.
This new school year arrives as parents and teachers are experiencing higher levels of stress and anxiety than ever before. There are good reasons for that.
People with clinical mental health symptoms wait an average of 11 years before seeking care. Employers can make a significant impact by actively promoting mental health benefits.
Researchers at Stanford University have found in a study that those who engage in breathing exercises see greater stress reduction than those doing mindfulness meditation.
Find real motivation to recommit to your New Year’s goals — and feel your best through our first webinar of 2023. In this webinar we’ll explore the difference between goal setting and intention setting to find the deeper values beneath your goals.
Fewer men are seeking help for their mental health — yet they need it most. Let’s dive into the underlying issues — and possible solutions.
From losing a loved one to suicide to founding a company that helps prevent it – here’s the story of Meru Health’s CEO, Kristian Ranta.
Sensitive Content Warning: September is National Suicide Prevention Month, a time to share knowledge, resources, and stories about how to prevent suicide.
Meru Health’s Research Team is growing fast! We are excited to welcome Dr. Nicholas Peiper onboard as a Senior Researcher.
We are excited to welcome Dr. Benjamin Nelson to our growing research team as a research scientist. Benjamin holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and comes to the team with over 10 years of clinical and research experience.