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Dr. Eric Green of the professional advisory board

Dr. Eric J. Green Counselor Educator of the Year

The American Mental Health Foundation congratulates its own Dr. Eric Green, Associate Professor of School Counseling at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, as well as AMHF professional advisory board member, on receiving the 2015 Counselor Educator of the Year Award at the Indiana School Counselor Association Annual Conference, November 13, 2015. Dr. Green is pictured […]

Annual Report of AMHF 2014-15

The Fifth Annual Report of The American Mental Health Foundation

This is the fifth Annual Report of The American Mental Health Foundation (AMHF), a research organization formed in 1924, incorporated in New York State December 31, 1954. In 2014, AMHF celebrated ninety years of philanthropic service and activities—“Advancing Mental Health.” Striving toward 100 years is a remarkable achievement of longevity and vision.   Vision: Building […]

One of the 7 other books by Dr. Flannery  published by AMHF to understand, to reduce violence


Shootings. Stabbings. Rapes. Acts of terror. These can’t happen here. But they do. A wave of violence is sweeping our land, the world. In the U.S., violence is an epidemic. AMHF is doing something about it. In April 2016, the foundation will publish Violence: Why People Do Bad Things, with Strategies to Reduce the Risk […]

Dr. Eric Green co-authored and co-edited this new book.

Dr. Eric J. Green of AMHF Professional Advisory Board Publishes a New Book

Renowned play therapist Dr. Eric Green has co-authored and co-edited the pictured new book on family counseling. This book is officially published in October 2015 by one of the finest academic houses anywhere, Rowman & Littlefield (publishers, for example, of the former Jason Aronson program). Dr. Green is on the esteemed AMHF professional advisory board. […]

Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas, co-sponsor with Tim Murphy of critical legislation

Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act

How many roads must a man (or woman) walk down before you call him (or her) a…human…with a heart? Jared Loughner. James Holmes. Adam Lanza. All suffer from serious mental illness. All represented tragic cries for help. All, among the 4 percent diagnosed with schizophrenia and other severe mental illnesses, might have been helped. Maybe their […]

The American Mental Health Foundation is featured on "NASH Matters with Kelly Ford."

The American Mental Health Foundation on NASH FM 94.7 NASH Matters with Kelly Ford

Executive Director Evander Lomke was delighted to be interviewed by Kelly Ford on her public-affairs program NASH Matters, which is devoted to philanthropic endeavors in the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut area. Click here for the 15-minute broadcast. This interview closes Mental Health Awareness Month. Not greatly stressed in the interview but of interest is […]

Dr. Henry Kellerman , author of 30 books including Anatomy of Delusion.

Superb Notice of AMHF Professional Advisory Board Member Dr. Henry Kellerman in The Midwest Book Review

“A delusion is a belief held with strong conviction despite superior evidence to the contrary. As a pathology, it is distinct from a belief based on false or incomplete information, confabulation, dogma, illusion, or other effects of perception. Delusions typically occur in the context of neurological or mental illness, although they are not tied to […]


May Is Mental Health Awareness Month—Help Us Help Others!

Do you know one American in four will experience a serious mental-health issue in 2015? Speak out. Break the stigma. Please remember and reflect on this every day, especially during the month of May: Mental Health Awareness Month. Give generously to promote the research of The American Mental Health Foundation. We at AMHF rely exclusively on […]

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Fighting against fears

Psychology and Psychotherapy: Enablers of Bad Behavior? (Not!)

Does psychology undermine morality? The question is broad. The book on the subject is short. Pundit Mona Charen reviews it in National Review (April 20, 2015). She says, Yes. As a reflection of the research and outreach conducted by this foundation, since 1924, my different view follows…. Regarding Mona Charen’s review of Admirable Evasions: How Psychology […]