“You’re such a narcissist!” What does that really mean?

What does it really mean to be a narcissist, and how can we deal with someone who is narcissistic?

Neuroplasticity: A New Hope in Recovery

We’re commonly told that the brain is a fixed structure, set into place once a person reaches full development, so there’s no hope for change…or is there? Neuroplasticity has been challenging many former preconceptions.

Managing schizophrenia without medication? A look into the Soteria model

Is managing schizophrenia possible without medication? Take a look at The Soteria Project.

Top 10 questions families ask about communicating with a loved one experiencing emotional dysregulation or Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

Helpful tips for anyone having trouble communicating with a loved one who lives with mental illness.

BPD and Teens: What Parents Want to Know!

The good news is that BPD is treatable–both parents and teens can find relief.

Court Orders for Psychiatric Evaluation

A court order for psychiatric evaluation is a legal procedure that may be required when someone poses a risk to themselves and/or to others, but refuses help. It’s a last resort if your ill loved one needs psychiatric help but refuses.

What Not to Say to Someone Living With Depression

Language is powerful. Sometimes we think we are saying something helpful, but it is actually harmful. This can be especially true when talking to someone who is living with depression.

Agoraphobia: The Phobia That Keeps You Locked In

Agoraphobia is a type of anxiety disorder triggered by being in open places and with crowds. Read all about it.

Can Healthy Habits Really Improve Mental Health?

Food and exercise make a bigger difference to mental health than you might think!

What makes AMI work?

Our executive director, Ella Amir, shares her thoughts on workplace culture and why an engaged employee is a happy employee.