Published May 23, 2022
Rappler republished a piece by Sourav Sengupta, MD, MPH, assistant professor of psychiatry and pediatrics in the Jacobs School, about choosing the right type of mental health therapy. “In thinking about what kind of therapy you might benefit from most, consider how you tend to approach and solve problems in your daily life,” he wrote. “Just as important as the type of therapy is how well you connect with your therapist. Finding a good match can be a challenge. A recommendation from people you know and trust, such as your friends or primary care provider can help point you in the right direction.” The Pittsburgh Courier also published the story, which originally appeared in The Conversation.