Life has gotten more stressful for pretty much everyone these days. There’s the pandemic, climate change, political discord and inflation…all that and more. That is much. And we could all use some extra support.
Each week in our new Group Therapy newsletter, we answer questions from you, our readers, about what’s weighing on your hearts and minds. For example, when will psychedelic assisted therapy be more accessible to the general public? What’s the latest research on the gut-brain connection? Do the seemingly smaller, more ambiguous losses you’ve experienced during the pandemic matter?
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This newsletter is for anyone who has ever stayed up late and scoured Google for advice on how to feel better about yourself and why you are reacting the way you are to all the turmoil and unpredictability in the world and in your life.
We’re safer than an algorithm for asking your most pressing questions, and we promise to deliver high-quality answers from top mental health professionals, including psychologists, therapists and researchers. We will always collect different opinions and a lot of context: the historical, social and intersectional. We will also create opportunities for you to network and engage in dialogue with each other about what we are learning. Mental health is complex, and there are so many interesting and diverse ways to approach the issues we face.
We hope that in this corner of the internet you will take a deep breath, learn something new about yourself and be reminded that you are never alone. Whatever you’re dealing with, we promise you’re in good company.
We hope you will join us for our launch on August 23rd. Sign up below or on our newsletter page and send us your questions here.
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