Depression and Personalized Treatment
Symptoms of depression can be similar for different patients, but successful treatment is often a unique path for each individual.
Shedding Light on Seasonal Depression
Until she was treated for seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, Leneva Spires had a hard time of it during the darker months. Hear her story.
Anxiety Disorders and Your Family
Psychologist Patricia Farrell, PhD, talks about family history as it relates to anxiety disorder.
Controlling Your Anxiety
Psychologist Patricia Farrell, PhD, discusses tips to taking control of anxiety disorders.
Learn to Start Enjoying Life
We follow Becky Bruno, a teenager suffering from social anxiety disorder, as she explains how she learned to start enjoying her life.
Ways to Fight the Holiday Blues
You’d think those who dread the stress of gift giving and parties would be happy when it’s all over—but think again.
WebMD Town Hall: A Stressed-Out Kid
School, homework, and tests can really stress your kids out. WebMD's pediatrician gives advice on helping your children relax and unwind.
ARTREACH Project America helps sufferers of PTSD utilize their creative side to heal the damages of war by integrating creative arts and group therapy.
The Truth About Eating Disorders
Two teenage friends struggling with anorexia and bulimia discuss their illness, treatment, and how to support one another.
Coping With Unemployment & Depression
Losing a job can be every bit as emotionally devastating as a divorce or the death of a loved one.