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OCTOBER 15 2020
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Laywers Depression Project

The Lawyers Depression Project (LDP) was founded in 2018 to help break the stigma around discussing mental health in the legal profession, and to support a need for connection. LDP is a community made up of several hundred legal professionals (attorneys, paralegals, law students, and admin) who have suffered from depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD, eating disorders, trauma, sexual abuse, addiction and other mental health conditions, or who just don’t feel quite right. The community includes a confidential web forum, where members can post anonymously on a number of topics related to mental health. LDP also offers free, anonymous, and confidential peer-to-peer support group meetings online. Any legal professionals, including law students, who are interested can read more and sign up (anonymously if they would like) at LDP’s website:

Mental Health America

Mental Health America (MHA) is the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all. MHA’s work is driven by its commitment to promote mental health as a critical part of overall wellness, including prevention services for all; early identification and intervention for those at risk; integrated care, services, and supports for those who need them; with recovery as the goal.


NAMI-NYC offers life-changing education, support, and advocacy through our peer-led programs -- free of charge to anyone who needs them -- throughout New York City. We understand what you’re going through, because we’ve been there. You are not alone.

Our classes and support programs provide family members and friends with the tools they need to help their loved one and better support themselves, and offer individuals living with mental illness the tools needed for self-care and recovery.

We also support employers of all sizes as they work to develop and sustain mentally healthy work environments. We offer a variety of workshops designed for employees, managers, human resources staff, and leaders on topics such as Managing Stress in the Workplace, Mental Health Tips & Tools for Managers, and Suicide Prevention. We are in the midst of a project, funded by the Wellcome Trust and in partnership with NYU and Mental Health Innovations, exploring the viability of mental health peer support in the workplace, particularly as it relates to young adults.

To learn more about NAMI-NYC visit

One Mind

One Mind at Work convenes leaders to transform approaches to mental health and addiction with the goal of delivering better mental health, wellness and economic outcomes globally. Working together with other influential leaders, we will effectively address mental health disparities, promote brain health and achieve a society and health care system in which mental health is treated the same as physical health.

One Mind at Work is a global coalition of leaders from diverse sectors including business, medicine, research, education, law enforcement, the military and civil society. These leaders have joined together with the goal of transforming approaches to mental health and addiction.

Launched in 2017, One Mind at Work now has more than 50 global employers and 25 research and content partners as members and through their participation, have more than 6 million people covered by the One Mind at Work Charter.

Pysch Hub

We are so excited to announce the launch of our highly anticipated Mental Health Ally Certification. This series equips learners with critical mental health knowledge and actionable skills to improve wellbeing through eight engaging and topical modules.
• Mental Health Competency 1
• Mental Health Competency 2: Common Conditions
• Mental Health Competency 3: Substance Use Awareness
• Suicide Behavior Competency
• Safety Planning and Screening
• Diversity and Mental Health
• Understanding and Overcoming Bias
• Motivational Interviewing: Communication Basics
This year, we’ve seen how the pandemic and the resulting economic recession have negatively impacted many people’s wellbeing – and there are many indications that these mental health challenges will require ongoing support. At Psych Hub, we believe that everyone has a role to play in recognizing signs and symptoms of mental health.

Start earning your Mental Health Ally Certification today and proudly display your digital badge on your email signature block, LinkedIn profile and elsewhere, recognizing you as a trusted person to talk about issues.

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