Jerry Kennard, Ph.D.

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Jerry Kennard, Ph.D., is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Jerry’s work background is in mental health and, most recently, higher education. He is the author of various self-help books and is co-founder of

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Is Your Overbearing Boss Hurting Your Health?

A new study links your job workload and freedom to long-term mental health outcomes—including a risk of early death.

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What I Love About My ADHD Kid

Parents share seven ADHD traits that make their kids exceptional.

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Could Quarantine Make the Winter Blues Worse?

It's getting darker and colder, plus we're all cooped up inside. Here's what that means for mental health.


What We Can Learn About Trauma, from Experts & Survivors

We’re living through a period of collective grief and pain, and it will resonate in people’s lives for years. Here, trauma survivors share what they’ve learned along the way.

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Is Loneliness a Health Risk?

Research shows that loneliness is just as risky as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. But in this era of social distancing, what can we do?

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When the Love of Your Life Has Bipolar

When bipolar disorder is in the relationship mix, you can expect to face challenges. You can also count on happiness.

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Is Pandemic Anxiety Changing Your Sex Drive?

A lot of us are super anxious right now, and that can contribute to a decrease (or increase) in our desire to get it on.


Let's Talk About ADHD Signs and Symptoms

All kids can be hyper (and some adults, too). But does that mean you have ADHD? Here's what to look for.


Text Therapy Really Can Work, Especially During a Pandemic

A new study looked at text-based interventions as a safe and promising tool to help people with mental illness.

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Coming Soon! Help for Treatment-Resistant Bipolar Depression

Previously approved for major depression, transcranial magnetic stimulation is on the FDA fast track for bringing relief to people with treatment-resistant bipolar depression, too.