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Elsie Featured in Anti-Stigma Campaign

This summer Elsie added her voice to Deconstructing Stigma: Changing Attitudes About Mental Health, a series of larger-than-life photographs and interviews with people from across the United States and beyond who have been affected by mental illness. Since the campaign’s initial physical installation at Boston’s Logan International Airport, it has found homes in various US […]

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It Takes a Task Force by Elsie Ramsey and Louisa Farr

In mid-December, when my seasonal stress looked a lot like clinical anxiety, I found a task force. Christmas was nearing and I’d been trying–not very successfully–to soothe myself with spiritual reflection. The biblical story would soon tell of the Magi, opening their treasure chests to give gold, frankincense, and myrrh to an infant in a

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TikTok Becomes a Mental Health Hub by Elsie Ramsey

I was recently made aware that therapists are blowing up on the video sharing platform, TikTok. I easily located a top 10 list of the most influential clinicians’ accounts in Cosmopolitan’s July 2020 issue and urge you to take a look for yourself. Sure, the players have likely shifted in the last year but the rankings

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Crisis and Collective Vulnerability by Elsie Ramsey

In New York and elsewhere in the States, we’re starting to close down. A hush falls. A new place emerges. Memories come back of emergencies large and less so: 9/11, the 2003 blackout, Super Storm Sandy. The standard rules of engagement are off. We enter into more creative and intimate encounters–less transactional; more substantive. “How

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