Improving the way we think and talk about mental health

Dr. Gregory Scott Brown is a psychiatrist, columnist for Men's Health magazine, and author of The Self-Healing Mind

Improving the way we think and talk about mental health

Dr. Gregory Scott Brown is a psychiatrist, columnist for Men's Health magazine, and author of The Self-Healing Mind

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The Self-Healing Mind introduces a new way of thinking about mental health that puts evidence-based self-care front and center. Dr. Brown offers simple strategies for optimizing sleep, spirituality, nutrition, breathwork, and movement for improving your mental health. He also invites several advocates including former NFL linebacker Marcus Smith, suicide prevention activist Kevin Hines, and body positivity influencer Danae Mercer to share how self-care has improved, and in some cases even saved, their life.

 

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The Self-Healing Mind introduces a new way of thinking about mental health that puts evidence-based self-care front and center. Dr. Brown offers simple strategies for optimizing sleep, spirituality, nutrition, breathwork, and movement for improving your mental health. He also invites several advocates including former NFL linebacker Marcus Smith, suicide prevention activist Kevin Hines, and body positivity influencer Danae Mercer to share how self-care has improved, and in some cases even saved, their life.

 

Crushing Stigma with Candid Conversations

Conversation

Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman

Dr. Brown speaks with Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman about mental health routines for the American Psychiatric Association.

 

Conversation

Jimmy butler, zack clark, jon batiste, and cory richards

Dr. Brown and Dr. Drew Ramsey catch up for a roundtable on male mental health sponsored by Men's Health magazine and Rhone.

 

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lisa ling

Dr. Brown chats with journalist Lisa Ling about mental health, self-care, and the importance of therapy.

 

Breaking the silence

I’m a psychiatrist, husband, man of color, and proud wellness advocate. Every day, I see patients and tell them: Talk, speak up. But a decade ago, suffering from depression, I didn’t say a word. Men are raised to be strong. Not to show emotion. Not to cry. For a man of color, these expectations are amplified. And they’re killing us. Suicide is now the second-leading cause of death for men in their mid-20s to mid-30s, third--leading for men in their mid-30s to mid-40s.

Breaking the silence

I’m a psychiatrist, husband, man of color, and proud wellness advocate. Every day, I see patients and tell them: Talk, speak up. But a decade ago, suffering from depression, I didn’t say a word. Men are raised to be strong. Not to show emotion. Not to cry. For a man of color, these expectations are amplified. And they’re killing us. Suicide is now the second-leading cause of death for men in their mid-20s to mid-30s, third--leading for men in their mid-30s to mid-40s.

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