- Early childhood
Building resilience through play
Far from frivolous, play contributes to sturdy brain architecture, the foundations of lifelong health, and the building blocks of resilience.
- Health care workers
Increasing investments in mental health benefits everyone
- College Students
Creating a culture of success—for all college students
Ways managers can support employees’ mental health
- Spiritual communities
Cultivating a contemplative practice
What do anxious teens need?
Baby teeth and mental health
Changing the global face of mental health care
Lower risk of depression with elevated exercise
Can microdosing psychedelics improve your mental health?
A drug discovery platform for mental health conditions
Library resources to support mental health
Libraries are for more than just working and studying, and Harvard affiliates are encouraged to take advantage of these free resources to practice self-care and support good mental health.
The graduate student mental health crisis
A 2020 report indicated that nearly one in four graduate students surveyed at Harvard exhibited symptoms of moderate to severe depression. Take a deep dive into the graduate student mental health crisis with Dr. Emily Bernstein, a clinical psychologist at Massachusetts General Hospital’s Center for Digital Mental Health.