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August 2017

How a Video Game Could Change the Way We Think About Mental Health

Video games are a powerful instrument for influencing the way we perceive mental health. But with that power comes questions about the roles and responsibilities of video game developers as they craft their narratives.

For Better Mental Health, Experience the Pet Effect

Living in today’s fast-paced and interconnected world can be tough on our mental health. But there’s a way to fight against these daily stressors that has nothing to do with technology, social media or world events. You may be able to find help right at home in the form of a wet nose or a wagging tail.

Here’s What We’re Telling the New ISMICC It Must Do

By Paul Gionfriddo, MHA National President & CEO, and Nathaniel Counts, MHA National Senior Policy Director

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