April 2nd, 2015

The Low-Down on Mental Health Support Groups


When Tara Reilly was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at age 22, she didn't think anyone else could relate. "There's such a stigma with mental health conditions," Reilly says. Research suggests peer-run support groups for patients with mental illnesses confer myriad benefits, ranging from physical to emotional to social. There's no one-size-fits-all form of mental illness -- and the same can be ...