A new generation will surpass millennials in numbers this year, and savvy mental health marketers are already looking at effective ways to reach this market as the first wave of Generation Z reaches adulthood. Resources differ on the exact year of demarcation for Gen Z, but the term basically refers to people born around
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The holidays are upon us — that wonderful, magical, terrifying, triggering time of the year! Fa-la-la-la-la, and all that jazz, as a dispassionate Lucy deadpans in the holiday classic, “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” Mental health professionals know all too well that the holidays can be a tinderbox for people battling mental health issues — even
I’m a marketer by trade and a mental health patient by life lottery. I write about mental health marketing, not healthcare policy or health insurance regulations. So I was surprised and intrigued to learn that this month marks the 10th anniversary of a great law I’d never even heard of — the Mental Health Parity
There was a time I fully believed the ad agency I owned with my wife had become a front for a secret porn empire she was running. I was also pretty sure my kids were replaced by shape-shifting aliens and government satellites were monitoring my every move. There was nothing anyone could do to make
As most people know from the movie “A Beautiful Mind,” mental illness can go hand and hand with math abilities. Many mathematicians disagree with this notion. For every John Nash, Georg Cantor and Kurt Gödel there are 50 other mathematicians with no mental health issues. This is true; most mathematicians don’t have mental health issues.