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How the science of addiction can be used to understand grievances, retaliation and violent crime.
- February 17, 2021Source: Apple Podcast
When stress and anger enter our lives, they can have a severe effect on our health. James Kimmel Jr. and Dr. Mike address the negative physical effects that anger, and revenge have on the brain. Research says they are just as addictive as opioids, making them extremely difficult to release. Now more than ever we need tools and insights to bring back peace and balance. We talk about what approach we can take to rid our brain of grievances, anger and vengeance and restore a deep state of emotional well-being.
- February 10, 2021
Jessica Isom, MD, MPH, Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry, and Rebecca Miller, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, have been named Lead Editors of the Community Mental Health Journal.
- January 13, 2021Source: New York Times
Citing my research in how grievances trigger revenge cravings as a cause of the violence at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021
- December 12, 2020Source: Politico
It turns out that your brain on grievances looks a lot like your brain on drugs. And that’s a problem not just for the outgoing president, but for the rest of us.
- August 27, 2020
The Virtual Peer Support Group helps bridge isolation and sustain community for people in mental health recovery.
- February 11, 2020Source: The Root Cause Coalition
Research by Annie Harper, PhD, Instructor in the Yale Department of Psychiatry is featured in the 2020 Status of Health Equity published by The Root Cause Coalition, a non-profit organization which works to achieve health equity through advocacy, education, and research.
- December 11, 2019
THE PERCH, a creative arts journal with a mental health theme, publishes its fifth issue.
- December 06, 2019
The IMANI Breakthrough Faith-based Opioid Recovery Program has received local and national recognition.
- October 21, 2019
The panel discussion, “Banking for All: Why Financial Institutions Need to Offer Supportive Banking Features,” will be held Wednesday, November 6 from 12:00-1:30 pm in the Sterling Law Building Room at Yale Law School, 127 Wall St.