Therese BorchardContributing Editor
Therese Borchard is a Contributing Editor at HealthCentral, where she covers mental health among other topics. She has written for a variety of websites, including CNN, The Huffington Post, Everyday Health, and Psych Central, and is the author of Beyond Blue: Surviving Depression & Anxiety and Making the Most of Bad Genes and The Pocket Therapist. Founder of the online depression communities Project Hope & Beyond and Group Beyond Blue, Therese advocates on behalf of those who live with depression and other mood disorders. You can find her at thereseborchard.com.
Latest by Therese Borchard
Suicide is a social problem that requires a community response. A woman whose life was saved by the intervention of others urges society to action.
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