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Reinventing therapy for black women

When Gabrielle Hicks transferred to Ohio State in 2017, she knew she made the right choice, but she felt isolated without a community she could identify with during difficult life circumstances. She was studying to become a school psychologist but couldn’t bring herself to seek ...

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Ohio State research shows troubling suicide trend

New research conducted by Ohio State researchers shows a relatively high rate of suicide among Medicaid-insured adolescents. The “National Comparison of Suicide Among Medicaid and Non-Medicaid Youth,” a study published by six researchers in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine in January, examined the rate ...

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Shrunken brain volume found in self-injuring girls

Teenage girls with deliberate self-harm behaviors have reduced brain volume similar to brain structures of those seen in adults with borderline personality disorder — a mental illness characterized by moodiness and a fear of abandonment — researchers at Ohio State have found. The new research ...

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