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Dr. Paula Bloom

Dr. Bloom, is a practicing clinical psychologist, speaker, and frequent contributor to CNN. Through her training and work on suicide hotlines, community mental health centers, and medical and psychiatric units, Dr. Bloom quickly realized that she knew far more about mental illness than mental health. Her focus has now shifted to helping individuals struggling with psychiatric conditions such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder to go beyond their diagnosis and find a greater sense of productivity, purpose, and meaning in their lives. Dr. Bloom...

Telephone therapy benefits depression

Imagine a treatment that was so powerful and useful, it could even be delivered by the telephone.

How Parents Can Prevent Depression After Divorce

Provide yourself and your children with support using these 8 important tips.

Julie Orlov, LCSW, MSW

Julie Orlov has devoted 24 years to helping people transform their lives through her work as a psychotherapist, executive coach, trainer, speaker, and consultant. She is the author of The Pathway to Love: Create Intimacy and Transform Your Relationships through Self-Discovery and remains passionate about helping people create relationships in their lives that work. She holds a master's degree in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University, a master's degree in Social Work from University of Southern California, and a bachelor's degree in Psychology from University...

Relationships and Research

In 2010, it is important to be explicit about relationships.

Evangelical Pessimism

There is a natural tendency in all of us to want to be validated.

How To Know If Someone Is Clinically Depressed

If you, or someone you know, has been feeling sad most of the day and can’t seem to

Laugh When You’re Afraid

If you’re laughing, I defy you to be afraid.

Healing From Infidelity and Depression

Read how one couple lived through the pain and came out better on the other side.

Black and Depressed: Two African-American Women Break the Silence

The stigma and prejudice toward mental health issues in Black communities is especially thick

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