Why Men Shouldn’t Ignore Their Mental & Emotional Health

The macho attitude of stuffing feelings down, or ignoring them, is antiquated and dangerous since it prevents men from seeking help when they need it most.

Feeling Anxious or Depressed? You’re Not Alone. Here’s How to Cope

If you’re struggling to stay positive and hopeful during the COVID-19 crisis, take a moment to recognize that you're not alone, and there are ways you can cope.

6 Ways to Survive Quarantine Without Resenting Your Housemates

If you’re finding that you’re already hating your housemates during quarantine, take a step back and consider the following coping strategies...

Caring for Your Mental Health During COVID-19

It’s natural to feel stress and anxiety related to Coronavirus. However, managing stress and caring for your mental health are among the best actions you can currently take.

3 Ways Exercise Can Boost Your Mental Health

Both aerobic and muscle building exercise can have profound benefits for your mental wellness in addition to your physical health.

Psychiatrist or Therapist, Which is Right For You?

One of the first decisions you’ll face when seeking mental healthcare is whether to see a psychiatrist or a therapist. Here's how to decide which professional is right for you...

How Employers Can Improve Profitability Through a Combination of Telebehavioral Health Benefits

Telebehavioral health overcomes barriers of traditional in-person care and enables employees to get mental health care in a matter of days – vs. weeks or months...

Why Your Company Needs Teen Teletherapy Benefits

Today’s parents are right to worry about their kids' mental health – and it’s no surprise their focus at work is split between their job responsibilities and their children’s wellbeing.

MeMD Launches Telepsychiatry, Teen Therapy Solutions to Fill Gaps in Healthcare Plans

Adding to its extensive telehealth offerings, MeMD has launched telepsychiatry for adults and teletherapy for teens to meet a growing need for mental healthcare services.

5 Great Reasons to Give Therapy a Try

A big misconception about therapy is that it’s only for people facing significant mental illness. But if any of the following apply to you, it may be time to give therapy a go...

Nurturing Your Child’s Mental Health

As a parent you have the responsibility of nurturing your child’s mental health. While no simple feat, you can follow these simpler, more achievable steps.

6 Mental Health Tips for Busting Holiday Stress

While there are many different triggers that can impact our holiday experiences, you have the ability to minimize their impact with these strategies.

Emotional Eating: Why We Do It and How to Stop

While you may not be able to avoid stress, boredom, or fatigue, you can better control how you react to these emotional eating triggers...

3 Signs You’re Exercising Too Much

For a small percentage of people, it’s hard to stop working out or to even skip a day at the gym, but coul you be getting too much of a good thing?

Are You in a Toxic Relationship? 5 Signs to Watch for (And What to...

If any of the following warning signs are familiar feelings in your relationship, it may be time to move on for the good of your mental and physical health...

Meet MeMD: Charles “Rich” Panther

Meet MeMD's Rich Panther, a licensed clinical social worker who focuses on the mental health needs of adults. Find out how he got involved with telehealth and why's it's okay to talk about suicide...

MeMD Shares Benefits of Teletherapy for Combatting Employee Burnout with Az Business

Az Business tapped MeMD Clinical Director Chad Snyder to discuss how teletherapy helps combat the burnout epidemic in an article for the magazine’s fall issue.

Eating Mushrooms is Good for Your Mental Health

New study shows that eating mushrooms may cut risk of cognitive decline in half. There is no single miracle food that can dramatically improve your health. However, there are many foods that can make a...

Gradients of Grief: Understanding the Different Forms of Grief

In life, loss is inevitable, and grief can take many different forms. However, complicated grief, traumatic grief, or prolonged grief may require intervention.

Coping with Back-to-School Anxiety

As exciting as the back-to-school season can be, it can also drum up lots of anxiety in both kids and parents awaiting the first day of class.