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UnLonely on the Today Show

It's not every day the Today Show comes knocking, so you can imagine the thrill when reporter Kate Snow and producer Jared Crawford contacted us for their series on loneliness. They did a terrific job of laying out the why this has become one of today's major public...

Conversation at the School of Art Institute of Chicago

Being UnLonely through Creative Expression A conversation with Joseph Behen, Executive Director, Counseling, Health, and Disability Services at the School of Art Institute of Chicago and Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, President of the Foundation for Art & Healing...

Psychology Today Disconnection Article

Featured in Psychology Today: A Cure for Disconnection Loneliness is so insidious: It hides in plain sight and, unlike smoking or obesity, isn't typically seen as a threat, even though it takes a greater toll on our well-being. The need for intervention is...

Being UnLonely: Psychology Today

  How to Be UnLonely During the Holidays Coping during a season of high expectations As published on PsychologyToday.com  Why do we get lonely during the holidays? Let’s think about why we get lonely at all. Most people experience loneliness as a gap...

Caregivers Month

  Celebrating Caregivers Month in Augusta     Caregiving is very difficult work, work that can be physically grueling and emotionally grinding. It often results in isolation and loneliness for the caregiver who, over time, increasingly withdraws from activities in...

Center Stage: Creative Expression in Military Health

Center Stage: Creative Expression in Military Health Jeremy Nobel MD, MPH, Founder and President of the Foundation for Art & Healing, served as a presenter at the 2016 conference for the Americans for the Arts (AFTA) in Boston.  For nearly 60 years, Americans for the...

The UnLoneliness Project Launch Event

The UnLonely Project Launches with Good Cheer! The Foundation for Art & Healing (FAH) is celebrating the launch of The UnLonely Project, its signature initiative designed to address the loneliness epidemic.  A growing body of research shows that in addition to the...

Preventing Veteran Suicide – A Call To Action

Loneliness kills and military veterans are at particular risk because of PTSD and related behavioral health issues. By conservative estimates 43,000 Americans committed suicide last year, among those roughly 8,000 were veterans. It’s urgent that we find a better approach to managing this epidemic.

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