Awesome Mental Health
A curated list of awesome resources about mental health provided by Mental Health Hackers
Mental Health Hackers' mission is to educate tech professionals about the unique mental health risks faced by those in our field – and often by the people who we share our lives with – and provide guidance on reducing their effects and better manage the triggering causes. Learn more at mentalhealthhackers.org.
This list contains a variety of resources collected by us or provided to us by the community. Feel free to contribute additional resources by submitting a PR.
Articles, posts and papers on mental health.
- 21 Genius Ways To Track Your Mental Health
- How To Stop Overthinking Everything, According To Therapists
- The role of dopamine and serotonin in suicidal behaviour and aggression
- Study: Texting support to your partner can lower their stress levels
- College students are forming mental-health clubs — and they’re making a difference
- What Companies Can Do to Help Employees Address Mental Health Issues
- These 7 foods are scientifically proven to put you in a bad mood
- Pretend You're Good at It
- Why Smarter People Are More Likely To Be Mentally Ill
- How Mental Health First Aid Can Help Home-Bound Seniors
- What Separates the Good From the Bad: Mental Health and Cybersecurity
- CIPD: Neurodiversity at work
- Neurodiversity Is A Superpower For Hacking And Cybersecurity
- In Neurodiversity There Is Beauty, Strength, And Skills You Don’t Have
- The Modern-Day James Bond Is Autistic, Dyslexic Or A Mother
- Mental Disorder or Neurodiversity?
- Thinking differently – the benefits of neurodiversity
- What Neurodiversity Is And Why Companies Should Embrace It
- Harvesting Brain Power – The Gift of Neurodiversity in Tech
- Neurodiversity as a Competitive Advantage
- How to Succeed in Business with ADHD
- Top 10 Advantages of ADHD In A High Tech Career
- Cybersecurity, ADHD, and Alan Turing
Books that have mental health and self-care as the main theme.
- Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity
- An Employer’s Guide to Managing Professionals on the Autism Spectrum