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ResearchMatch for Clinical Trials


ResearchMatchSign up with ResearchMatch, our new partner, to participate with researchers via the Condition Connection for Anxiety. Become a volunteer and help people (including yourself) benefit from research.

New NIMH Strategic Plan for Research


The NIMH Strategic Plan for Research is a commitment to accelerate the pace of scientific progress by generating research that will have the greatest public health impact and continue to fuel the transformation of mental health care. The urgency of this mission arises from the public health burden. Read more.

How to Manage Winter and Other Big Storms


It's that time of year when winter can show its strength in full force. Get tips to manage your and your family's mental health before and after any type of disruptive severe storm.

New Podcast: Hoarding in Older Adults


Dr. Gail Steketee describes the prevalence of hoarding in older adults, what can trigger it, and what family members can do to get help for a loved one. Listen here.

She Found Her Voice


Anna ClendenningAnna Clendening found her voice and faced thousands of people on America’s Got Talent, even after suffering from panic diorder and depression for six years. Watch here.

New Podcast! CBT and Psychopharmacology for OCD


Dr. Peggy Richter describes how CBT and various medication options can help treat people with OCD. Listen here.

Please Comment


Your are invited to comment on the NIMH strategic plan to help guide its research efforts and priorities over the next five years (2015-2020). Deadline: December 11. Find out more here.

Fears of Ebola?


An expert explains why reassuring words that you won't get Ebola are often not enough to soothe your anxieties.

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