What can we do as a community to practice emotional resiliency during this period of high anxiety and unpredictability, while still being respectful of the people around us?
As the first month of 2020 draws to a close, we recommend you add the following activities to your list of New Year’s resolutions to boost your mental health.
The workgroup not only provided valuable insight for the training, but also became a valuable community space for important conversations.
The Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health’s Kaleigh Emerson has been named the Steve Hicks School of Social Work’s Empoyee of the Quarter for December 2019 through February 2020. Kaleigh is a researcher with the Texas System of Care within the Institute. Recently, she has also been working with the Dell Medical School to […]
Content Warning: This article contains a discussion about suicide that may be upsetting to some readers. When Netflix launched their controversial series “13 Reasons Why,” the topic of how we portray mental health crises on television entered national conversation. With other teen TV shows continuing to show those crises (including Netflix’s recently released “The Politician,” […]
This fall season, we asked our experts from the Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health to share their favorite self-care tip to practice during the holidays.
The Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health joined forces with a plethora of other organizations to put on the 4th Annual Strong Schools Summit.
TxSOC provided a safe space for attendees needing emotional support at the Austin Youth Film Festival’s screening of the “TOWER.”
We are hiring an evaluator to support the new Suicide Care Initiative, funded by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
What do the National Basketball Association and the Texas Institute for Excellence in Mental Health have in common?