Catholic Mental Health doesn't unconditionally endorse any of them or their creators.
But they have something good to give! Let's listen.
Experiencing chronic illness or disability can profoundly affect mental health. Hear from people who have been there.
If you are looking for advice on the intersection between mental health and your Catholic faith, look below!
(You can also find more resources on our Where To Find More page)
There are high rates of overlap between those who experience same-sex attraction, gender discordance, and/or identify as LGBT+ and those who experience mental health problems. You can also visit our page on minority stress.
Below are some resources on sexuality, gender, and coping with mental health challenges.
We live in a fallen world where race can affect one's ability to get access to mental health assessments and treatment. Hear from people who have been there. You can also visit our page on minority stress.
Below are some resources.
Clergy, religious, and consecrated people in the Church can have experiences of stigma in seeking mental health advice that is unique to their state in life.
Men are significantly less likely than women to seek mental health treatment. Hear from men who live with mental health conditions.
There are some areas and situations where one's biological sex may intersect with mental health. For resources on this, check out the links below.