Meeting You in the Healthy Medium
Understanding the impact of trauma on law enforcement and the community they impact is tremendously important for building healthy partnerships between police and community. Dr. Isaiah sets the stage for this discussion among an esteemed panel of experts.
Dealing with divorce is difficult, but when children are involved the stakes are tremendously higher. Dr. Isaiah discusses strategies to keep children healthy and safe during this difficult life transition.
We want healthy students, but what about the people who prepare them for life? Teachers’ emotional burnout and stress related to classroom responsibilities can seriously impact how equipped a teacher is to promote emotional health in the classroom. Dr. Isaiah explores the classroom life of teachers and finds opportunities to help build mentally strong students AND teachers.
Dr. Isaiah discusses the role implicit bias plays in our daily professional and personal interactions with journalist Laura Willard. Start this important discussion in your circles and share this article.
Many wonder what can lead seemingly happy people to take their lives. Dr. Isaiah explores the thought process behind the suicidal mind. Learn ways that you can compassionately support those experiencing the most difficult moments of their lives.
As our nation continues to grapple with race and health disparities, it becomes increasingly important to explore how we think about one of the most stigmatized threats to health in the Black community: suicide. Dr. Isaiah explores reasons for this stigmatization and solutions for building healthier communities in this featured article.
Disciplining Teens. Bullies. Tough issues for any parent. That’s why Dr. Isaiah sat down with Maria Bailey, host of MomTalk Radio, to share some lessons from psychology about tackling these tough issues.
Dr. David Samadi, host of World Health News on AM 570 the Answer, discusses the importance of finding psychological safety in a dangerous world with Dr. Isaiah. Check out this important discussion and share with folks you want to remain safe and healthy.
Race in the United States has moved increasingly to the forefront of discussions of economics, law enforcement, and healthcare. Dr. Isaiah discusses race from a mental health perspective with an esteemed group of panelists.
Dr. Isaiah speaks with ESPN Radio host Bill Daughtery about policing and the impact of trauma in the wake of the arrest of tennis star James Blake. Listen to this thought-provoking interview and start the conversation with your family and friends by sharing today.
With the country facing ongoing mass shootings, Dr. Isaiah explores the roles of forgiveness and justice for restoring a sense a safety.