How AI Avatars And Face Filters Are Altering Our Conception Of Beauty
Dr. Kim Anderson is featured in this article in Forbes about how AI avatars and filters affect our mental health and concept of "beauty".
ERC Pathlight Invests in Teammate Engagement
Eating Recovery Center And Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center Invests In Teammate Engagement To Advance Its Mission Of Offering The Highest Quality Clinical Care For Patients With Eating Disorders And Mood And Anxiety Disorders.
Largest Provider of Online Mental Health Treatment at Higher Levels of Care Announces New Name: Eating Recovery At Home and Pathlight At Home
Eating Recovery and Pathlight At Home to launch new app and expand, removing geographic barriers to higher levels of care for eating disorders and mood and anxiety disorders.
La Prensa Texas
It's OK to Not Be OK
In this Facebook Watch video, La Prensa Texas interviews Landry Weatherston-Yarborough, Executive Director at Pathlight San Antonio about Suicide Awareness Month, eliminating the stigma and expanding access to treatment.
You Don’t Have to Do It Alone
A Morgan's Message ambassador and the Say It Brave on Campus event are highlighted in this piece in the Marist Circle (a publication of Marist College). The article includes an interview with Morgan's Message ambassador and focuses on student-athlete mental health, and shares resources.
The Pitt News
Three Pitt students are starting a club to address mental health stigma among student athletes
The University of Pittsburg student newspaper, The Pitt News, highlights their Morgan's Message ambassador work in helping to raise awareness, reduce the stigma associated with mental health, and create supports for student-athletes. The article includes an interview with ERC Pathlight's Amy Gooding, and discusses the pressures student athletes face.
During Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, organizations spread awareness towards mental health and suicide prevention
North Dakota State University's student newspaper, The Spectrum, discusses Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, resources on campus, and highlights the Say It Brave on Campus "You Don't Have to Do It Alone" virtual event. The article includes and interview with Casey Tallent, Director of Collegiate and Telebehavioral Health Initiatives for Eating Recovery Center and Pathlight Mood & Anxiety Center.
The HCC Times
You Are Not Alone: Suicide Prevention Month
The Howard Community College student newspaper, The HCC Times, highlights Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and interviews Dr. Deborah Michel about the increase in suicide rates since the pandemic and how to get help.
Is There an Adderall Shortage? What You Should Know
Dr. Howard Weeks is quoted in this VeryWell Mind article, which discusses Adderall supply disruption within pharmaceutical companies and ripple effect on both suppliers and patients.
Thoughts of suicide can be active or passive, but what is the difference? Experts explain.
Pathlight alum Kelsey Motley provides candid insight of her experience with suicidal ideation in this Yahoo! News article, which explains the difference between passive and active suicidal ideation.